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Please do the following: 1. Choose a picture. 2. Write a journal response based on the picture.

In your response you may do one of the following: Write an analytical paragraph. What can you infer about life in the 1930s based on this picture? Why did you choose this picture? (8-12 sentences) Write a creative piece involving the subject of the picture. You could write a poem or a journal entry or a letter or a short story the skys the

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People who are poor should rely on their friends, family, or church for help, not the government. A true friend will tell you the truth, even when you don t want to hear it. Women today are more often treated by men as equals rather than objects. When people are a victim of a crime, they should be able to take the law into their own hands. States with the death penalty have lower murder rates. Being rich is more important than having close friends. Sometimes a person has to break the law to make sure justice is served. Life today is more difficult than it was in the 1930 s Friendship is a basic human necessity. Running away from a crime is never acceptable. You should defend your family no matter what, even if they do something you disagree with.

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What tools or materials might a swamper use in his job? How would you handle a situation in which someone made a derogatory remark towards you or one of your friends? If a person in a group assignment was apprehensive about getting involved, what kind of character traits might this person have? Would sharks eat barley? Why or why not? If you contorted your face in disgust over a foul smell, in what ways would it change? If a child skeptically enters his new classroom on the first day of school, what specific thoughts might he be having?