HIPPIESPEECH

HIPPIESPEECH - INTRODUCTION I. II. Ask Questions? A. Wonder...

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INTRODUCTION I. Ask Questions? A. Wonder what is was like in 60s? 1. Protests 2. War –(Vietnam Era) 3. Social Division a. Class b. Race c. Social status B. How might you react? 1. Nothing a. Don’t care enough b. Too shy 2. Fit in a. Conform b. Follow lead of parents/elders 3. Rebel as the “hippies” did a. Freedom of expression b. Experimentation II. Reveal Topic of Hippie Movement A. Definition 1. Dictionary a. Webster’s New World Dictionary b. Any of the young people of the 1960’s who, in their alienation from conventional society, have turned variously to mysticism, psychedelic drugs, communal living, etc. 2. Skip Stone a. Wrote ‘The Way of the Hippy’ b. Hippie is accepting a universal belief system that transcends the social, political, and moral norms of any established structure. To be a hippie one must believe in peace as the way to resolve differences among peoples, ideologies and religions. B. Ideas 1. Core Philosophy a. b. Accepting others as they are c. Freedom to express themselves d. No judgments based on appearances 2. Free love a. Quote b. Steve Stills said “If you can’t be with the one you love, love the one you’re with…. .” 3. Psychedelic Drugs (marijuana, LSD)
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4. Anti-war 5. C. Tell Tale Signs 1. Long hair 2. Grunge/unkempt look 3. Sandals 4. Beads 5. Incense 6. Beatles/Acoustic Music 7. Flower Power (natural beauty) 8. Student Unrest 9. Bell Bottoms 10. Poetry Readings D. Goals 1. Peace 2. Love 3. Freedom III. State Central Idea A. Early hippies B. Major Events C. Political/Cultural aftershocks
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I. The early hippies A. Pre-hippie
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HIPPIESPEECH - INTRODUCTION I. II. Ask Questions? A. Wonder...

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