¨Cobb and Hart, and the other woman just like the civil rights protesters in the south knew that the social order needed to change.¨
Text structure - Problem and solution
We need the social order to change!
¨Glenn, Carpenter, Low, Johnson, and others used rules, regulations, prejudices revealed only behind closed doors, to resist to keep things the way they were. With the collaboration of an angry woman, the voice of the status quo got their way, and the social order stood¨ (page 80).
Sign post - Numbers and stats
We never had the thought of putting woman in space, that´s why we were having all of those negotiations.
On the events in 1962 more than 30 years later, Astronaut Scott Carpenter summed up his view of what happend, and he said ¨NASA never had the intention of putting woman in space.
¨Fellow Oklahoman Jim Lange showed his support of Jerri Cobb, with this editorial cartoon published in the July 27, 1962 Daily Oklahoman.¨
We will talk about chapter 9 and 10, from the book Almost Astronauts.
Mindset - Inspired by others success
Yes they do! I am going to support them, through this!
Woman need equal rights, to blast off into space!
To make the social order change, they had to speak up for what was best.
Summary - SWBS & Text Tic
The author used this number to say the date,(30 years later) of what happend 30 years ago and why NASA wasnt agreeing to woman in space.
How did you react when Scott Carpenter, said that NASA never intend to send woman to space?
Seeing effort as necessary, Jim took action and showed that he cared.
Jerri Sloan had her own business, and could still fly.
Jerri Sloan wanted to focus on her business, but was still able to fly so she was able to do both of what she wanted.