S government to protect American companies in June The consequences of the Depression in the U. S A large number of banks were closed There was deflation and a collapsed real estate prices The reduction of industrial production by 2 times Unemployment has risen to 12 million people Many farmers went bankrupt.
Wife of Evicted Sharecropper Lange, Dorothea. Instructional Strategy Infusion As students are writing in their journals at the beginning of class, they will be allowed to get up to see the pictures if he or she needs to. I will also have extra copies of the photographs at hand in case the whole class decides they need to get up and see them.
The journal writing will be a way to stimulate prior knowledge of the Great Depression as well as provide a way to pre-assess their knowledge of it.
Although I will not be reading their responses, the discussions will allow me to get a sense of how much they do know about the time period. When analyzing Great Depression poems, the students will have their own copy of them to read alone and then out loud as a class.
This will accommodate visual and auditory learners. As we discuss the poems it will be clear whether the students grasp the concept of expressing feelings through poetry. Probing and scaffolding will take place at the appropriate level based on how well the students do with analyzing the meaning and tone of the poems.
The following question will be a guide for students to get started with their reflections: How do the photographs make you feel? What is the mood of the photograph hint: How do you think these people felt in the photographs?
Once students are done with this, Great Depression poems will be passed out to be analyzed. We will read and analyze poems from the Great Depression so we can gain another perspective of this time period. Upon entering the classroom, students will write their reaction and feelings of Great Depression photographs.
Some questions will be written on the board for some direction on how they may want to respond to them: Think of the tone of these photographs, are they happy, sad, depressing? How do these photographs make you feel?
Notice expressions of the people, what is surrounding them, are they in a "nice" setting? After about responding for about ten mintues about these photographs, the class will take turns reading Great Depression poems. Guided practice of analyzing the poems will take place as a whole class. Since students have not had much experience with analyzing poetry, guided questions will constantly be asked to be sure the students are directed.
What is the tone of the poem like? Can you get a sense of how the time period was while reading this poem? What is most important about the poem?Once students are done with this, Great Depression poems will be passed out to be analyzed. Statement of Objective It is important to understand how people felt during the time of the Great Depression.
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