Create a PowerPoint presentation of the 1960s to share with class. Must
have at least 12 slides with images/text. (Save on USB or attach to email and
send to me at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Possible items to depict include the following:
* Musician groups mentioned
in the novel: The Beatles, Elvis Presley, and Hank Williams, Sr.
* Then and now picture of
* Map of the U.S to show where
Oklahoma and the city of Tulsa are located
* Paul Newman – then
and now, and something from “Newman’s Own”
* Cars of the 60’s,
particularly trucks, Corvettes, Corvairs, and Mustangs
* Hairstyles of the 60’s
* Clothing styles of the 60’s,
particularly jeans and madras
* Picture of poet Robert Frost
* Copies or pictures of Great
Expectations by Charles Dickens and Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
* Rodeo events such as Barrel
* Old drive-in movie theaters
President Kennedy, President Johnson, President Nixon
*Pictures of greasers
Create two ads for the
same product. Each ad must target a different audience AND use a different persuasive technique. You may create
your ad by hand or on the computer (if you are able to print it). [In other words, choose a product (Cheerios, M&Ms,
etc. Create a drawing for the product. Then decide how to sell the product to different audiences: children, adults,
men, women, etc. Choose the two audiences you want. Choose a different persuasive technique to use, as discussed
in class. If you don't have your handout, Google "propaganda techniques in advertising." Then create the ads targeting
two different audiences.]
Memorize and recite
to the class Robert Frost's poem:
Nature's first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf's a flower;
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing gold can stay.
(by Robert Frost 1923)
[Yes, he also wrote "The Road Not Taken" that we read in Unit I.]