Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Slavery Module:  Lesson ten
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Slavery Module: Lesson ten

570

Published on

7th Grade ELA …

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

Published in: Education
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
570
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
36
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. DO NOW Take out BOTH excerpts from the Narrative Put a star next to one sentence from each that you find POWERFUL
  • 2. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Turn & Talk • Share your two starred sentences with your shoulder partner • Explain WHY you chose yours! • I’ll use sticks to share out
  • 3. Slavery Learning Objectives I can determine Frederick Douglass’s position in Excerpt 2 of Narrative. I can use common roots, prefixes, and suffixes as clues to the meaning of words in the excerpt. I can identify what makes Narrative a powerful story.
  • 4. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Excerpt # 2 • THIRD READ today • Read for Douglass’s purpose • What is the overall story? • How is he telling it in a powerful way? • How does it convey his position?
  • 5. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Excerpt # 2 • Vocab challenge of the day: • Find two (2) more new words NOT in bold already • Figure out what they mean
  • 6. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Excerpt # 1 • Again, read twice today & once tomorrow • First read: Gist! • Second read: questions (Lots of vocab today!
  • 7. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 1. Why does Douglass describe the clothing that slaves were given in such detail? What is he trying to show?
  • 8. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Try next questions with partner first! 2. Why didn’t slaves get enough sleep?
  • 9. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 3. What emotions did Douglass say that the songs sung by slaves conveyed?
  • 10. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 4. Why does Douglass explain that even thinking about the songs now makes him sad? How does that help convince his audience?
  • 11. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Purpose • Stronger readers with complex text! • Work with shoulder partner • Question on PURPOSE after the excerpt ** How does this excerpt support the two positions Douglass held about slavery?
  • 12. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 1. Slavery is terrible for slaves. ** Be able to point to a specific paragraph!
  • 13. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 2. Slavery corrupts slave holders. ** Be able to point to a specific paragraph!
  • 14. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Excerpt 2: Note-catcher • Practice skill of analyzing purpose & craft • Can use it on next test!! • Let’s read it and I’ll show you how…
  • 15. What does Douglass say? What is this excerpt about? Living conditions for slaves are terrible and overseers like Mr. Severe treat them very badly. Slaves express their sorrow by singing. People in the North think that the singing is showing slaves’ contentment with their lot, but that is not true. Position: Why does he say it? Evidence: What words, phrases and sentences show his position? Analysis: What is the position that Douglass is trying to disprove? How does this quote prove that this position is incorrect? Slavery corrupts slaves Slavery was terrible for slaves Put your finger on the column that will show the connection between the excerpt and Douglass’s two positions on slavery.
  • 16. What does Douglass say? What is this excerpt about? Living conditions for slaves are terrible and overseers like Mr. Severe treat them very badly. Slaves express their sorrow by singing. People in the North think that the singing is showing slaves’ contentment with their lot, but that is not true. Position: Evidence: Slavery corrupts slave owners The excerpt shows that overseers were cruel to the slaves, and having such power over other humans makes made them barbaric. Analysis:
  • 17. What does Douglass say? What is this excerpt about? Living conditions for slaves are terrible and overseers like Mr. Severe treat them very badly. Slaves express their sorrow by singing. People in the North think that the singing is showing slaves’ contentment with their lot, but that is not true. Position: Evidence: Slavery corrupts slave owners Excerpt 2, par. 4 Mr. Severe’s “presence made it The excerpt bout the field of shows that overseers were blood and of blasphemy…He cruel to the seemed to take slaves, and pleasure in having such manifesting his power over fiendish barbarity.” other humans (description of the makes made them barbaric. overseer) Analysis:
  • 18. What does Douglass say? What is this excerpt about? Living conditions for slaves are terrible and overseers like Mr. Severe treat them very badly. Slaves express their sorrow by singing. People in the North think that the singing is showing slaves’ contentment with their lot, but that is not true. Position: Evidence: Analysis: Slavery corrupts slave owners Excerpt 2, par. 4 People who defended slavery likely believed that it was good for slave owners. Douglass’s description of Mr. Sever shows that inflicting violence on slaves make people like him begin to enjoy committing violent acts, corrupting him. Douglass uses words like: fiendish barbarity to show that Severe has Mr. Severe’s “presence made it The excerpt bout the field of shows that overseers were blood and of blasphemy…He cruel to the seemed to take slaves, and pleasure in having such manifesting his power over fiendish barbarity.” other humans (description of the makes made them barbaric. overseer)
  • 19. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Excerpt 2: Note-catcher • Now you show me how to do it! • What did we learn in Excerpt 2 about why slavery was terrible FOR SLAVES?
  • 20. What does Douglass say? What is this excerpt about? Living conditions for slaves are terrible and overseers like Mr. Severe treat them very badly. Slaves express their sorrow by singing. People in the North think that the singing is showing slaves’ contentment with their lot, but that is not true. Position: Evidence: Slavery was terrible for slaves Look through Par. 5 for a quote that SHOWS that slavery was terrible for slaves. Analysis:
  • 21. What does Douglass say? What is this excerpt about? Living conditions for slaves are terrible and overseers like Mr. Severe treat them very badly. Slaves express their sorrow by singing. People in the North think that the singing is showing slaves’ contentment with their lot, but that is not true. Position: Evidence: Analysis: Slavery was terrible for slaves The excerpt shows slavery was terrible because their living conditions were awful, and they were badly beaten. Slavery was so terrible that they sang just What is this quote DISPROVING? How does it prove that slave owners were incorrect?
  • 22. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Excerpt 2: Note-catcher • WASHINGTON, D.C. partners • Find one more quote & analyze it HINT! Paragraphs 2 & 6 are good!
  • 23. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Found Poem • A poem composed of words & phrases taken from another text • Read the model poem with me at the bottom!
  • 24. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Found Poem 1. Re-read excerpt 2 2. Circle/highlight powerful words & phrases about conditions on plantations 3. Cut out dull or unneeded words 4. Cut down to 30 or less! 5. Only add your words to make sense 6. Get creative!! …focus on the feeling
  • 25. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Homework • Create a Found Poem about living conditions of slaves on southern plantations • Be sure to use EXCERPT 2

×