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Out of the Dust: Compare-Contrast Audio Description to Character's Description

Out of the Dust: Compare-Contrast Audio Description to Character's Description
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Students will consider how Franklin D. Roosevelt, in a “Fireside Chat,” describes the problems faced from the dust storms of the 1930’s compared to how they are described by the main character, Billie Joe, in Out of the Dust.

Students will write two paragraphs explaining how each speaker’s point-of-view influences how he or she describes the events and problems relating to the “Dust Bowl.’
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