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The Outsiders

The Outsiders. By S.E. Hinton. Power point by Dave Sykes, Mesa Verde Middle School, PUSD. “ The Voice of Youth ”, S. E. Hinton.

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The Outsiders

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  1. The Outsiders By S.E. Hinton Power point by Dave Sykes, Mesa Verde Middle School, PUSD

  2. “The Voice of Youth”, S. E. Hinton In 1967, Viking Books published The Outsiders by a young woman named Susan Eloise Hinton. Her novel about teens growing up in Oklahoma in 1965/1966 was a hit with young people all over the country and earned her the nickname, “The Voice of Youth”. She gave young people an author who was “one of their own”, someone who saw the world from their point of view and wrote about the real questions and fears they experienced. (Scholastic Books)

  3. Setting: • Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1965/1966 • The gas stations, dreary streets and housing of the “poor side of town” that the Greaser’s call home. • The manicured lawns of upper middle class suburbia where the Socs live. • The theaters drive-ins and burger joints that are common ground. • The high school both neighborhoods attend. • The United States coming out of the innocence of the “50s” into a time of great social and political change.

  4. The Lesson: • Nothing Gold Can StayNature's first green is gold,Her hardest hire to hold.Her early leafs a flower;But only so an hour.Then leaf subsides to leaf.So Eden sank to grief;So down goes down today.Nothing gold can stay. • by Robert Frost

  5. Greasers- Main Characters: Socs-

  6. Greasers and Socs(from Hollywood) :

  7. Ponyboy Curtis Sodapop Curtis Darry Curtis Johnny Cade Dally Winston Two-bit Mathews Steve Randle The Greasers:

  8. The Socs • Cherry Valance • Bob Gardner

  9. Greaser’s“32” Ford, Coupe Socs’“65” Ford, Mustang Convertable

  10. Socs and Greasers (Photos from the movie, American Graffiti )

  11. The Times:

  12. Contemporary Personalities : Dr. M.L. King Jr. President Johnson (L.B.J.)

  13. General W. Westmoreland, Commander of U.S. Forces in Vietnam 1965 (Painting- Byrd Archives) Lt. Rick Rescorla 7th air Cav. Ia Drang Valley, Vietnam 1965, leads his men in a bayonet charge against the NVA. [Photo Peter Arnett] (Died 9/11/21 in the WTC, tower #2)

  14. Neil A. ArmstrongDavid R. Scott, crew of Gemini VIII

  15. Teen Music Trends: Elvis Presley The Beach Boys

  16. New Trends in Music: The Beatles (1965)

  17. Americas Top 20 TV Favorites in 1966 T.V. 1966

  18. Stars and Idols: Paul Newman In The Hustler (1963)

  19. Steve Mc Queenin The Great Escape (1963)

  20. Sean Connery and Ursela Andres-James Bond comes to the screen.

  21. Political Tension at Home and Abroad: March from Selma, Alabama 1965 Civil Rights March. Ia Drang Valley ,Vietnam 1965, The fighting heats up.

  22. Vietnam LZ XRAY, 1966 (Courtesy of the U.S. Army) L.B.J decides to increase our role/mission in Vietnam. (U.S. A. F. Museum)

  23. The 1st (Air) Cav. Div., 7th Cav. At Ia Drang, 1965 (U.S. Army Photo) 67th TFS pilots Da Nang in 1965.(U.S. Air Force)

  24. U.S.M.C. Gunner, Near the DMZ 1967 1st. Cav. Moves through the Ira Drang Valley, 1966 Raquel Welch with the Bob Hope Show at Da Nang, 1968

  25. The Civil Rights Movement Gains Momentum An attempt to register black voters leads to “Bloody Sunday” at Selma, Alabama

  26. Police confront civil rights marchers in Alabama, 1965 The "Greensboro Four" (1960) waiting to be served at Woolworth's Civil Rights Leaders 1965

  27. Nothing Gold Can StayNature's first green is gold,Her hardest hire to hold.Her early leafs a flower;But only so an hour.Then leaf subsides to leaf.So Eden sank to grief;So down goes down today.Nothing gold can stay. by Robert Frost (Nick Brockunier)

  28. “Stay gold Ponyboy…!” - Johnny Cade (Nick Brockunier )

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