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Workers are allowed to form unions, and employers are not allowed to threatened them for doing so. There is a law that says this.
Workers vote to have a union represent them. Once they are represented by a union, the union negotiates a contract with the employer on behalf of the workers.
A contract is a legally binding document that workers and employers are legally required to follow. It includes details like pay,hours, working conditions.
Reading Literary Nonfiction
How do working conditions change?
What role do consumers, governments, business owners, and workers play in improving working conditions?
How does a speaker develop and organize this central claim?
How can primary and secondary sources complement one another in helping us understand history?
Why do you think Abraham Lincoln wanted to free enslaved African Americans?
How did Lincoln's views on slavery affect the United States?
Analyze the interactions between individual, events,and ideas in a text
Effectively engage in discussions with diverse.
Determine a theme or central ideas of an information text.
Analyze the organization of an informational text (including how the major sections contribute to the whole and to the development of the ideas
Cite Text Evidence
Inferences and Supporting Details
Main Idea and Supporting Details
Interactions Between Individuals
Interactions of Ideas in Text
Connotation and Denotation
Figurative vs. Literal Language
Analyze Text Structure
Author's Point of View
Compare and Contrast Texts
Engage in Collaborative Discussion
Commonwealth Club Address Structure
Students' annotated texts of Commonwealth Club Address
Mid Unit Assessment
Text Dependent Questions
Analyzing the Structure of Chavez's Wrath of Grapes Speech
Cite Text Evidence
Text of Commonweatlh Club Address by Cesar Chavez.
Mid Unit Assessment: How Chavez Develops His Claims in the Commonwealth Club Address
Video to coincide from teaching tolerance.org
Reading part of a children’s book called Harvesting Hope: The Story of César Chávez, by Kathleen Krull, a PBS video, Fight in the Fields.
engageny.org- reading lists