Compare Kunta Kinte with Olaudah Equiano.
K

1. Write an essay.
2. Write 4 paragraphs, about 250 words.
3. Use spell check...
K
Kunta Kinte
same

Olaudah Equano

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

different * did not travel
*...
Kunta Kinte
same

Olaudah Equano

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

different * did not travel
*...
Kunta Kinte
same

Olaudah Equano

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

different * did not travel
*...
Kunta Kinte
same

Olaudah Equano

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

different * did not travel
*...
Kunta Kinte
same

Olaudah Equano

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

different * did not travel
*...
Kunta Kinte
same

Olaudah Equano

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

different * did not travel
*...
Kunta Kinte
same

Olaudah Equano

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

different * did not travel
*...
Kunta Kinte
same

Olaudah Equano

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

different * did not travel
*...
Kunta Kinte
same

Olaudah Equano

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

different * did not travel
*...
Kunta Kinte
same

Olaudah Equano

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

different * did not travel
*...
Kunta Kinte
same

Olaudah Equano

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

different * did not travel
*...
Kunta Kinte
same

Olaudah Equano

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

different * did not travel
*...
Kunta Kinte
same

Olaudah Equano

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

* kidnapped
* born in Africa

different * did not travel
*...
How do I write
this essay?
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

How do I write
this essay?

Paragraph 1: Introd*ction (What are yo* talking abo*t?)
Paragrap...
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

How do I write
this essay?

Paragraph 1: Introduction (What are you talking about?)
Paragrap...
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

How do I write
this essay?

Paragraph 1: Introduction (What are you talking about?)
Paragrap...
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

How do I write
this essay?

Paragraph 1: Introduction (What are you talking about?)
Paragrap...
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

How do I write
this essay?

Paragraph 1: Introduction (What are you talking about?)
Paragrap...
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

Use transitional language:
both
but, however
on one hand; on the other hand
Both Iziar and M...
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

Use transitional language:
both
but, however
on one hand; on the other hand
Both Iziar and M...
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

Use transitional language:
both
but, however
on one hand; on the other hand
Both Iziar and M...
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

Use transitional language:
both
but, however
on one hand; on the other hand
Both Iziar and M...
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

Use transitional language:
both
but, however
on one hand; on the other hand
Both Izair and M...
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

Use transitional language:
both
but, however
on one hand; on the other hand
Both Izair and M...
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

Use transitional language:
both
but, however
on one hand; on the other hand
Both Izair and M...
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

Use transitional language:
both
but, however
on one hand; on the other hand
Both Izair and M...
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

Use transitional language:
both
but, however
on one hand; on the other hand
Both Izair and M...
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

Use transitional language:
both
but, however
on one hand; on the other hand
Both Izair and M...
Kunta Kinte

Olaudah Equiano

Due on Thursday:
Essay comparing Kunta Kinte and Olaudah Equiano.
250 words.
Email to acohen...
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Prepare an essay: Compare Olaudah Equiano & Kunta Kinte

  1. 1. Compare Kunta Kinte with Olaudah Equiano. K 1. Write an essay. 2. Write 4 paragraphs, about 250 words. 3. Use spell check and grammar check. 4. Email your essay.
  2. 2. K
  3. 3. Kunta Kinte same Olaudah Equano * kidnapped * born in Africa * kidnapped * born in Africa different * did not travel * had one daughter. She lived. * Could not read or write. * was not educated * didn't have any money * did farm work, drove horses barber * married a slave, Belle * remained enslaved * traveled to many different countries. * Had 2 daughters. One lived, one died. * Could read & write English * went to school * earned a lot of money * trained as a sailor, business man, * married an Englishwoman, Susanna * became a free man
  4. 4. Kunta Kinte same Olaudah Equano * kidnapped * born in Africa * kidnapped * born in Africa different * did not travel * had one daughter. She lived. * Could not read or write. * was not educated * didn't have any money * did farm work, drove horses barber * married a slave, Belle * remained enslaved * traveled to many different countries. * Had 2 daughters. One lived, one died. * Could read & write English * went to school * earned a lot of money * trained as a sailor, business man, * married an Englishwoman, Susanna * became a free man
  5. 5. Kunta Kinte same Olaudah Equano * kidnapped * born in Africa * kidnapped * born in Africa different * did not travel * had one daughter. She lived. * Could not read or write. * was not educated * didn't have any money * did farm work, drove horses barber * married a slave, Belle * remained enslaved * traveled to many different countries. * Had 2 daughters. One lived, one died. * Could read & write English * went to school * earned a lot of money * trained as a sailor, business man, * married an Englishwoman, Susanna * became a free man
  6. 6. Kunta Kinte same Olaudah Equano * kidnapped * born in Africa * kidnapped * born in Africa different * did not travel * had one daughter. She lived. * Could not read or write. * was not educated * didn't have any money * did farm work, drove horses barber * married a slave, Belle * remained enslaved * traveled to many different countries. * Had 2 daughters. One lived, one died. * Could read & write English * went to school * earned a lot of money * trained as a sailor, business man, * married an Englishwoman, Susanna * became a free man
  7. 7. Kunta Kinte same Olaudah Equano * kidnapped * born in Africa * kidnapped * born in Africa different * did not travel * had one daughter. She lived. * Could not read or write. * was not educated * didn't have any money * did farm work, drove horses barber * married a slave, Belle * remained enslaved * traveled to many different countries. * Had 2 daughters. One lived, one died. * Could read & write English * went to school * earned a lot of money * trained as a sailor, business man, * married an Englishwoman, Susanna * became a free man
  8. 8. Kunta Kinte same Olaudah Equano * kidnapped * born in Africa * kidnapped * born in Africa different * did not travel * had one daughter. She lived. * Could not read or write. * was not educated * didn't have any money * did farm work, drove horses * married a slave, Belle * remained enslaved * traveled to many different countries. * Had 2 daughters. One lived, one died. * Could read & write English * went to school * earned a lot of money * trained as a sailor, business man, barber * married an Englishwoman, Susanna * became a free man
  9. 9. Kunta Kinte same Olaudah Equano * kidnapped * born in Africa * kidnapped * born in Africa different * did not travel * had one daughter. She lived. * Could not read or write. * was not educated * didn't have any money * did farm work, drove horses * married a slave, Belle * remained enslaved * traveled to many different countries. * had 2 daughters. One lived, one died. * Could read & write English * went to school * earned a lot of money * trained as a sailor, business man, barber * married an Englishwoman, Susanna * became a free man
  10. 10. Kunta Kinte same Olaudah Equano * kidnapped * born in Africa * kidnapped * born in Africa different * did not travel * had one daughter. She lived. * could not read or write. * was not educated * didn't have any money * did farm work, drove horses * married a slave, Belle * remained enslaved * traveled to many different countries. * had 2 daughters. One lived, one died. * could read & write English * went to school * earned a lot of money * trained as a sailor, business man, barber * married an Englishwoman, Susanna * became a free man
  11. 11. Kunta Kinte same Olaudah Equano * kidnapped * born in Africa * kidnapped * born in Africa different * did not travel * had one daughter. She lived. * could not read or write. * was not educated * didn't have any money * did farm work, drove horses * married a slave, Belle * remained enslaved * traveled to many different countries. * had 2 daughters. One lived, one died. * could read & write English * went to school * earned a lot of money * trained as a sailor, business man, barber * married an Englishwoman, Susanna * became a free man
  12. 12. Kunta Kinte same Olaudah Equano * kidnapped * born in Africa * kidnapped * born in Africa different * did not travel * had one daughter. She lived. * could not read or write. * was not educated * didn't have any money * did farm work, drove horses * married a slave, Belle * remained enslaved * traveled to many different countries. * had 2 daughters. One lived, one died. * could read & write English * went to school * earned a lot of money * trained as a sailor, business man, barber * married an Englishwoman, Susanna * became a free man
  13. 13. Kunta Kinte same Olaudah Equano * kidnapped * born in Africa * kidnapped * born in Africa different * did not travel * had one daughter. She lived. * could not read or write. * was not educated * didn't have any money * did farm work, drove horses * married a slave, Belle * remained enslaved * traveled to many different countries. * had 2 daughters. One lived, one died. * could read & write English * went to school * earned a lot of money * trained as a sailor, business man, barber * married an Englishwoman, Susanna * became a free man
  14. 14. Kunta Kinte same Olaudah Equano * kidnapped * born in Africa * kidnapped * born in Africa different * did not travel * had one daughter. She lived. * could not read or write. * was not educated * didn't have any money * did farm work, drove horses * married a slave, Belle * remained enslaved * traveled to many different countries. * had 2 daughters. One lived, one died. * could read & write English * went to school * earned a lot of money * trained as a sailor, business man, barber * married an Englishwoman, Susanna * became a free man
  15. 15. Kunta Kinte same Olaudah Equano * kidnapped * born in Africa * kidnapped * born in Africa different * did not travel * had one daughter. She lived. * could not read or write. * was not educated * didn't have any money * did farm work, drove horses * married a slave, Belle * remained enslaved * traveled to many different countries. * had 2 daughters. One lived, one died. * could read & write English * went to school * earned a lot of money * trained as a sailor, business man, barber * married an Englishwoman, Susanna * became a free man
  16. 16. How do I write this essay?
  17. 17. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano How do I write this essay? Paragraph 1: Introd*ction (What are yo* talking abo*t?) Paragraph 2: (How are they the same?) Paragraph 3: (How are they different?) Paragraph 4: Concl*sion (What did yo* learn? or What was the most interesting thing? or What was yo*r most favorite part? or What s*rprised yo* the most? or What was the most memorable part? or I tho*ght it was interesting that...)
  18. 18. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano How do I write this essay? Paragraph 1: Introduction (What are you talking about?) Paragraph 2: (How are they the same?) Paragraph 3: (How are they different?) Paragraph 4: Conclusion (What did you learn? or What was your most favorite part? or What surprised you the most? or What was the most memorable part? or I thought it was interesting that...)
  19. 19. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano How do I write this essay? Paragraph 1: Introduction (What are you talking about?) Paragraph 2: (How are they the same?) Paragraph 3: (How are they different?) Paragraph 4: Conclusion (What did you learn? or What was your most favorite part? or What surprised you the most? or What was the most memorable part? or I thought it was interesting that...)
  20. 20. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano How do I write this essay? Paragraph 1: Introduction (What are you talking about?) Paragraph 2: (How are they the same?) Paragraph 3: (How are they different?) Paragraph 4: Conclusion (What did you learn? or What was your most favorite part? or What surprised you the most? or What was the most memorable part? or I thought it was interesting that...)
  21. 21. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano How do I write this essay? Paragraph 1: Introduction (What are you talking about?) Paragraph 2: (How are they the same?) Paragraph 3: (How are they different?) Paragraph 4: Conclusion (What did you learn? or What was your most favorite part? or What surprised you the most? or What was the most memorable part? or I thought it was interesting that...)
  22. 22. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano Use transitional language: both but, however on one hand; on the other hand Both Iziar and Michael were very fast typists, but only they were the last students to finish their papers. Both Jennifer and Chris wanted to be excused from detention, but only Chris was successful in evading punishment. On one hand, Clari worked as a professional actor. On the other hand, she took care of her children in the daytime. On one hand, Gerald had a lot of money. On the other hand, he drove a very plain car. On one hand, Areen was a skilled cook. On the other hand, she ate Frosted Flakes three times a day. Aya earned a diploma in education and expected to be a teacher; however, she worked as a famous dancer.
  23. 23. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano Use transitional language: both but, however on one hand; on the other hand Both Iziar and Michael were very fast typists, but only they were the last students to finish their papers. Both Jennifer and Chris wanted to be excused from detention, but only Chris was successful in evading punishment. On one hand, Clari worked as a professional actor. On the other hand, she took care of her children in the daytime. On one hand, Gerald had a lot of money. On the other hand, he drove a very plain car. On one hand, Areen was a skilled cook. On the other hand, she ate Frosted Flakes three times a day. Aya earned a diploma in education and expected to be a teacher; however, she worked as a famous dancer.
  24. 24. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano Use transitional language: both but, however on one hand; on the other hand Both Iziar and Michael were very fast typists, but only they were the last students to finish their papers. Both Jennifer and Chris wanted to be excused from detention, but only Chris was successful in evading punishment. On one hand, Clari worked as a professional actor. On the other hand, she took care of her children in the daytime. On one hand, Gerald had a lot of money. On the other hand, he drove a very plain car. On one hand, Areen was a skilled cook. On the other hand, she ate Frosted Flakes three times a day. Aya earned a diploma in education and expected to be a teacher; however, she worked as a famous dancer.
  25. 25. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano Use transitional language: both but, however on one hand; on the other hand Both Iziar and Michael were very fast typists, but only they were the last students to finish their papers. Both Jennifer and Chris wanted to be excused from detention, but only Chris was successful in evading punishment. On one hand, Clari worked as a professional actor. On the other hand, she took care of her children in the daytime. On one hand, Gerald had a lot of money. On the other hand, he drove a very plain car. On one hand, Areen was a skilled cook. On the other hand, she ate Frosted Flakes three times a day. Aya earned a diploma in education and expected to be a teacher; however, she worked as a famous dancer.
  26. 26. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano Use transitional language: both but, however on one hand; on the other hand Both Izair and Michael were very fast typists, but they were the last students to finish their papers. Both Jennifer and Chris wanted to be excused from detention, but only Chris was successful in evading punishment. On one hand, Clari worked as a professional actor. On the other hand, she took care of her children in the daytime. On one hand, Gerald had a lot of money. On the other hand, he drove a very plain car. On one hand, Areen was a skilled cook. On the other hand, she ate Frosted Flakes three times a day. Aya earned a diploma in education and expected to be a teacher; however, she worked as a famous dancer.
  27. 27. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano Use transitional language: both but, however on one hand; on the other hand Both Izair and Michael were very fast typists, but they were the last students to finish their papers. Both Jennifer and Chris wanted to be excused from detention, but only Chris was successful in evading punishment. On one hand, Clari worked as a professional actor. On the other hand, she took care of her children in the daytime. On one hand, Gerald had a lot of money. On the other hand, he drove a very plain car. On one hand, Areen was a skilled cook. On the other hand, she ate Frosted Flakes three times a day. Aya earned a diploma in education and expected to be a teacher; however, she worked as a famous dancer.
  28. 28. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano Use transitional language: both but, however on one hand; on the other hand Both Izair and Michael were very fast typists, but they were the last students to finish their papers. Both Jennifer and Chris wanted to be excused from detention, but only Chris was successful in evading punishment. On one hand, Clari worked as a professional actor. On the other hand, she took care of her children in the daytime. On one hand, Gerald had a lot of money. On the other hand, he drove a very plain car. On one hand, Areen was a skilled cook. On the other hand, she ate Frosted Flakes three times a day. Aya earned a diploma in education and expected to be a teacher; however, she worked as a famous dancer.
  29. 29. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano Use transitional language: both but, however on one hand; on the other hand Both Izair and Michael were very fast typists, but they were the last students to finish their papers. Both Jennifer and Chris wanted to be excused from detention, but only Chris was successful in evading punishment. On one hand, Clari worked as a professional actor. On the other hand, she took care of her children in the daytime. On one hand, Gerald had a lot of money. On the other hand, he drove a very plain car. On one hand, Areen was a skilled cook. On the other hand, she ate Frosted Flakes three times a day. Aya earned a diploma in education and expected to be a teacher; however, she worked as a famous dancer.
  30. 30. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano Use transitional language: both but, however on one hand; on the other hand Both Izair and Michael were very fast typists, but they were the last students to finish their papers. Both Jennifer and Chris wanted to be excused from detention, but only Chris was successful in evading punishment. On one hand, Clari worked as a professional actor. On the other hand, she took care of her children in the daytime. On one hand, Gerald had a lot of money. On the other hand, he drove a very plain car. On one hand, Areen was a skilled cook. On the other hand, she ate Frosted Flakes three times a day. Aya earned a diploma in education and expected to be a teacher; however, she worked as a famous dancer.
  31. 31. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano Use transitional language: both but, however on one hand; on the other hand Both Izair and Michael were very fast typists, but they were the last students to finish their papers. Both Jennifer and Chris wanted to be excused from detention, but only Chris was successful in evading punishment. On one hand, Clari worked as a professional actor. On the other hand, she took care of her children in the daytime. On one hand, Gerald had a lot of money. On the other hand, he drove a very plain car. On one hand, Areen was a skilled cook. On the other hand, she ate Frosted Flakes three times a day. Aya earned a diploma in education and expected to be a teacher; however, she worked as a famous dancer.
  32. 32. Kunta Kinte Olaudah Equiano Due on Thursday: Essay comparing Kunta Kinte and Olaudah Equiano. 250 words. Email to acohen@philasd.org
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