• April 20 - 24

    "Good riddance to decisions that don't support self-care, self-worth, or self-value" - Oprah Winfrey

    Please submit your responses to Elizabeth Cady Stanton's speech by April 24.  You can take a picture of the written responses, attach a Word document, or share via Google Docs; email all responses to aimtw86@gmail.com.


    The next feature of our Speech Unit is Booker T. Washington's "Atlanta Compromise" speech delivered at the Atlanta Cotton Exposition of 1895.  Click on the links to review biography information on Booker T. Washington, the Cotton Expositions of the time, the speech, vocabulary for the speech, and the questions to respond to the speech.  You may reference the rhetorical terms list from last week to help you identify key devices in this speech. 

    The responses for the speech are due the week of April 27 - May 1.  Follow the same directions as the Stanton speech by taking a picture or sending/sharing respnses with my gmail address.  Email me or Mrs. Bodkin with questions.

    Booker T. Washington Biography

    Cotton Expo Information

    Speech Vocabulary

    Atlanta Compromise Speech

    Speech Analysis Questions





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