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Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
Slavery Modle: Lesson Two
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Slavery Modle: Lesson Two

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7th Grade
NYS Common Core Curriculum
Module 3, Unit 1

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  • 1. DO NOW Look at images of book covers We will be reading from this book next!! Answer three (3) questions based on these images
  • 2. Slavery Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave Frederick Douglass • Who has heard of him? • Very famous American • Compelling story re-told for over 150 years! • Biography or Autobiography?
  • 3. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass VOCABULARY Write in your notebook glossary • Biography– • Autobiography -
  • 4. Slavery Learning Objectives I can build on others’ ideas during discussions. I can understand the historical context of a piece of nonfiction.
  • 5. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Historical Context • Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream Speech” • Need to understand context of the time • 1963 Civil Rights Movement • What do you know about this time?
  • 6. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Gallery Walk • Look at quotes, images, lines that are connected • From almost 200 years ago! • Racial issues & language was different • Respectful language today is important
  • 7. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Gallery Walk STEP # 1: ON YOUR OWN • Walk around • Sticky notes to answer: • What do you notice? • How does it relate to Frederick Douglass? • How do your ideas relate to others’ ideas?
  • 8. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Gallery Walk STEP # 2: WITH YOUR GROUP • Go to assigned station • Read through sticky notes • On piece of paper answer: • What can you predict about the book? • In what box of anchor chart would this info go?
  • 9. Slavery Debate over Slavery Life of Frederick Douglass Vocabulary
  • 10. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Guiding Questions 1. What gives stories and poems their enduring power? Which one did we explore today? 2. How did Douglass’s purpose and audience shape how he told his story?
  • 11. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Homework • Vocabulary work sheet! • Read terms on front • Complete paragraph on the back

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