Problem- Kids are being forced to work in tough, and tolerable conditions. They also receive very little money from doing there jobs.
Solution:" Federal regulation of child labor did not succeed until 1938, when President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the Fair Labor Standards Act" ( Freedman, 94).
" Hines's job as an investigative photographer for the National Child Labor Committee lasted about 10 years. In 1918, he accepted a special assignment from the American Red Cross" (Freedman, 74).
Signpost- Number and Stats
Kids at Work
Mindset- Embraces Challenges
Complex Sentence: Although he loved his job as a photographer for the National Child Labor Committee, he was happy to discover a new chance of explaining child labor to others.
Infinitive Sentence: To finally stop child labor, President Franklin Roosevelt made a law that all kids under 16 cannot be employed in manufacturing and mining.
Summary's- Headline/Aha! Huh?
Headline: Lewis Hine, Supporter for Life
The author used these numbers to show that he decided to quit his job and advance to a more happy, positive way of showing child labor to people around the world.
What was the problem with Lewis Hine's job that he had to quit after being there so long?
Participle Phrase: Focusing to think of the positive to child labor, Lewis Hine changed his mindset to embrace the challenges coming his way.
Five topics: brave, sympathetic, considerate, daring and, courteous.
Aha! Huh:I learned that if you work hard you can achieve goals that you though were unattainable and, impossible for your skill. Also I learned that you don't have to rely on others to result in success. It's hard to believe that Lewis quit his job after being there 10 yeras!