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  • Zoe Wade
  • こにちわ!- hello!
  • Text Structure - Problem/Solution
  • The kids who were working were worked to the bone, and the pictures of these kids are astonishing!
  • The photographer who got these pictures showed the world how evil this business was, and the ending of Child Labor changed everything.
  • Sign Post - Numbers & Stats
  • ¨Manuel posed for his picture on a February morning in 1911 at a seafood cannery in Biloxi, Mississippi - a shrimp pail in each hand, a mountain of oyster shells behind his back¨(1).
  • little random opening!
  • Mindset - takes on challenges
  • ¨Many of them worked twelve hours or more a day, six days a week, for pitiful wages and under unhealthy and hazardous conditions¨(2).
  • To survive during the economic panic, kids were forced to work in order to live, get supplies that were needed, and help their parents out with the work.
  • Summary - Aha! Huh?
  • 2 things I learned where: 1, these kids worked just as much as adults do now, 2, that they put kids in hazardous conditions which is obviously dangerous. 1 thing I find hard to believe is that cotton spinner girls sometimes had to work from 6 PM to 6 AM!
  • The author put this time stamp in the story to show how far back this was, and how hard these kids work.
  • Question
  • Working hard most of time and struggling to stay alive, these miner boys had to lead.
  • 5 topics/and or themes: Chaos to control, stay strong through the toughest times, wait for the storm of labor to end, softened to the hardest and toughest ever, never lose hope and strength.
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