Kids at Work-#4

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  • Amelia Schiek-4
  • Text Structure- Problem and Solution
  • 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
  • I Quit!
  • 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.
  • Question
  • 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!
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