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Archived from the original on September 30, Retrieved July 11, Warriors don't cry: A searing memoir of the battle to integrate little rock's central high. Page Civil rights movement s and s. Brown v. Board of Education Bolling v. Sharpe Briggs v. Elliott Davis v. Belton White America, Inc. Sarah Keys v. Lightfoot Boynton v. Virginia Rock Hill sit-ins Robert F. Augustine movement. Cobb Jr.
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To ask other readers questions about Warriors Don't Cry , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Armed with experien- make reasonable interpretations about the messages a the point of view while tial and background knowl- director is sending about a scene or situation. In print critiquing the picture. Reading any type of text entails much more critical literacy and understanding about social- than decoding words, and comprehending multiple justice issues from multiple perspectives.
Fenice and Deborah.
The seventh-grade students in point of view, and a strong theme of self-worth. The docudrama shows actual footage shot at Central High School so that students understand the size and scope of the building. In addition, Deborah used the book to examine the crucial issue of school desegre- gation in US history. Beals was a fifteen-year-old girl who jeopardized her safety and perhaps even her life to make school integration a reality.
Given that these students live in a different time, they could not understand how adults could be so verbally and physically abusive to teenagers or witness others abusing teenagers without any consequences. Hecklers followed Elizabeth Eckford as she walked gationists in Little Rock in If Deborah had in front of Central High. The students described the layers think about texts studied. During instruction, of people in the photograph. The next row enhance their understandings? Farther back there is a wall of soldiers keeping Memoir, and Nonfiction the Little Rock Nine away from the school.
In her scaffolding of the picture Community and NAACP leaders wanted the stu- of Eckford and Bryan, she encouraged the seventh dents to meet and enter the school in a group, but graders to raise questions and wonder about things Eckford did not have a telephone and was not that cannot be answered in the photograph. Some informed of their plan. She caught the city bus to dilemmas students raised about the photograph Central High School alone.
Beals is not in the photo- included the following: a white people were look- graph but is both a participant in and a witness to ing disgusted; b protestors were physically close the events.
Photo Analysis Think Sheet Observation: Describe exactly what you see in the photograph so that someone who has not seen the photo can vi- sualize it. What people and objects do you see? How are they arranged? What other details do you see?
Knowledge: Summarize what you already know about the situation and time period shown. State what you know about the people and objects that appear. Interpretation: What is happening in this picture?
Arkansas National Guard and the integration of Central High School - Wikipedia
What can you conclude about this event or time period? Additional Questions: What is missing in this photograph? What would you like to see? What would you like to hear? When students were then asked to write the seventh graders answer their questions and about point of view, they understood that while the dilemmas, multiple text types offered possible facts were the same, the perception and feelings answers.
Using excerpts from The Century for Young changed dramatically. Deborah and her students chili in retaliation for months of abuse. The first clip is kind of unreal. In a verbal text, find- is kind of like the typical morning in the ing the point of view can seem abstract. With a Melba Pattillo household. But I want you to see while critiquing the picture. They can take a stance this because one of the things Melba keeps from which they can understand the motivations of telling us is they were getting constant a person. And what The photograph does not reveal how the peo- happened every time they were highlighted in this fashion?
By reading excerpts from next day. Thompson and the chili. Minnijean is expelled Deborah posed an important question to her from the school on February Students also noted that if Brown gave up, pension she was told she must never fight perhaps that would be motivation for the rest of the back.
And we are not even told what would be lost. But if the nine students stayed and words she used or what she did but she was continued to fight, they would make a difference.