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7th Grade ELA

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

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    • DO NOW • Entry Task: Roots, Prefixes & Suffixes • Use the Reference Sheet from yesterday to complete this task • When done, begin a third read of yesterday’s excerpt
    • Slavery Learning Objectives I can analyze how specific excerpts from Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass convey Douglass’s position on slavery. I can use common roots, prefixes, and suffixes as clues to the meaning of words in the book. I can reread a complex text to better understand it.
    • Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Roots, Prefixes & Suffixes How did you do? • un= not able = • unmanageable=
    • Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Roots, Prefixes & Suffixes How did you do? • dis= • disposition =
    • Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Roots, Prefixes & Suffixes How did you do? • de= • devoted=
    • Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Excerpt # 1 • THIRD READ today • Bigger picture…What is the overall story? • HOW and WHY is he telling that story? • ROCHESTER partners today
    • Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 1. Frederick Douglass begins his story with an example of how slaves are mistreated. What example does he give?
    • Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 2. Paragraph 3 discusses Douglass’s parents. What does it show about how slavery affected children’s relationships with their parents?
    • Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 3. What do these words mean: “to blunt and destroy the natural affection of the mother for the child?” How do they add to the overall point of the paragraph?
    • Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 4. How does this information about Douglass’s mother connect to what you learned in articles you read about him?
    • Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 5. How does having power over their slaves seem to affect the overseer and the owner?
    • Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 6. What scene does Douglass vividly describe? Why do you think he describes it in such detail? How does this serve his purpose?
    • Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Purpose • Stronger readers with complex text! • Work with partner • Question on PURPOSE after the excerpt ** How does this excerpt support the two positions Douglass held about slavery?
    • Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 1. Slavery is terrible for slaves. ** Be able to point to a specific paragraph!
    • Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 2. Slavery corrupts slave holders. ** Be able to point to a specific paragraph!
    • Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Purpose • Will write with this information • Will need to provide evidence from this text • “Constructed Response” • Must re-read the excerpt (4th time!) • Many parts to the question!
    • Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Homework • One-paragraph Constructed Response • Be sure to answer ALL PARTS of the question! HINT! Quote sandwiches answer questions completely!!