Chapter 22 Bio-Poems by HC12032519137

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									                           Chapter 12 and 13 Bio-Poems

Writing a BIO-POEM:

Your assignment is to compose three BIO-POEMS which will be read to the class and
also handed in. Follow the directions below:

Line 1: First Name
Line 2: Title
Line 3: Four words that describe the person
Line 4: Lover of two things or ideas
Line 5: Who believed in one or more ideas
Line 6: Who wanted two or three things
Line 7: Who used/did/invented/achieved/wrote three things
Line 8: Who said (must be a quote)
Line 9: Last name
Line 10: Most important thing to remember about this person

Example:

   1.  Margaret
   2.  Speaker on sexual reform
   3.  Leader of Birth Control Movement
   4.  Lover of medicine and women’s rights
   5.  Who believed in a woman’s right to control her own body
   6.  Who wanted legalized contraceptives, information for women, and to decrease the
       number of unwanted pregnancies
   7. Who used writings, investigations, and medical training
   8. Who said, “Women’s weary misshapen bodies…were destined to be thrown on
       the scrap heap before they were thirty-five”.
   9. Sanger
   10. Fought for sexual reform

1. A. Mitchell Palmer                         13. Claude McKay
2. Emma Goldman                               14. Ferdinand “Jelly Roll” Morton
3. Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo                15. Louis Armstrong
    Vanzetti                                  16. Scott Joplin
4. James M. Cox                               17. Edna St. Vincent Millay
5. Charles Forbes                             18. F. Scott Fitzgerald
6. Harry Daugherty                            19. Red Grange
7. Albert Fall                                20. Charlie Chaplin
8. Robert La Follette                         21. Rudolph Valentino
9. Duke Ellington                             22. Gertrude Ederle
10. Georgia O’ Keeffe                         23. Ernest Hemingway
11. Langston Hughes                           24. Henry Ford
12. Countee Cullen                            25. Jim Thorpe
26. Rose McClendon         49. David Stephenson
27. Herman “Babe” Ruth     50. Bugs Moran
28. Al Capone              51. Billy Sunday
29. Sinclair Lewis         52. Harlem Globetrotters or Savoy Big
30. Paul Robeson               Five
31. James Joyce            53. Robert and Helen Lynd
32. Greta Garbo            54. Aimee Semple McPherson
33. Amelia Earhart         55. Marcus Garvey
34. Helen Wills            56. Helen Wills
35. Charles Lindbergh      57. Elliot Ness
36. Joseph “King” Oliver   58. Walter Gropius
37. Bix Beiderbecke        59. James Joyce
38. George Gershwin        60. Nella Larsen
39. Bessie Smith           61. John Gilbert
40. Gertrude Stein         62. Gary Cooper
41. Henry L. Mencken       63. Douglas Fairbanks
42. Edward Hopper          64. Clara Bow
43. Alfred Stieglitz       65. Al Jolson
44. Charles Sheeler        66. Fletcher Henderson
45. Diego Rivera           67. Paul Whiteman
46. Louis Sullivan         68. Igor Stravinsky
47. Frank Lloyd Wright     69. Eugene O’Neill
48. Frederick W. Taylor

								
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