DO NOW
Take out homework and exchange with
shoulder partner
Will review answers…then hand in!
Slavery
Learning Objectives
I can analyze the impact of rhyme and
repetition in specific poems.
I can analyze the use of f...
Slavery
Narrative of Frederick Douglass

POETRY!
• Any lingering questions from homework?
• New poem!!
“If We Must Die” by...
If We Must Die
If we must die, let it not be like hogs
Hunted and penned in an inglorious spot,
While round us bark the ma...
Slavery
Narrative of Frederick Douglass

Poetic Tools in the Narrative
• Authors use poetic tools in prose, too!
(Chavez =...
Slavery
Narrative of Frederick Douglass

Chapter 6 Excerpt
• First read: Gist!
• Second read: questions
• Third read: deep...
Slavery
Narrative of Frederick Douglass

1. Underline words or phrases that
describe Mrs. Auld (the mistress).
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Narrative of Frederick Douglass

2. How did she act toward slaves?
Slavery
Narrative of Frederick Douglass

3. What is the fatal poison of
irresponsible power?
Slavery
Narrative of Frederick Douglass

4. Vocabulary
• discord =
• accord =
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Narrative of Frederick Douglass

5. What does Mr. Auld tell his wife about
teaching a slave to read?
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Narrative of Frederick Douglass

6. Why would teaching a slave to read
make him “unfit?”
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Narrative of Frederick Douglass

7. What does Douglass resolve to do?
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Narrative of Frederick Douglass

8. Vocabulary
• injurious=
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Narrative of Frederick Douglass

9. How does Mrs. Auld treat Douglass
after her husband tells her Douglass
mustn’t...
Slavery
Narrative of Frederick Douglass

1. What is his mistress (Mrs. Auld) like?
Slavery
Narrative of Frederick Douglass

2. What poetic tool(s) does Douglass use
to reinforce her personality?

** Hint: ...
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Narrative of Frederick Douglass

3. How does the (poetic) tool support his
idea?
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Narrative of Frederick Douglass

4. What happens to Mrs. Auld?
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Narrative of Frederick Douglass

5. What poetic tool(s) does Douglass use
to reinforce this idea?
Slavery
Narrative of Frederick Douglass

6. How does each tool support his idea?
Slavery
Narrative of Frederick Douglass

7. What does Mr. Auld’s advice teach
Douglass?
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Narrative of Frederick Douglass

8. What poetic tool(s) does Douglass use
to reinforce this idea?
Slavery
Narrative of Frederick Douglass

9. How does each tool support his idea?
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Narrative of Frederick Douglass

10. Douglass uses juxtaposition to
compare his decision to Mr. Auld’s
decision to...
Slavery
Narrative of Frederick Douglass

11. Compare Mrs. Auld before and after
she owned slaves.
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Narrative of Frederick Douglass

12. What poetic tool(s) does Douglass
use to reinforce this idea?
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Narrative of Frederick Douglass

13. How does each tool support his idea?
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Narrative of Frederick Douglass

Turn & Talk
• How is Frederick Douglass “fighting back”
by learning to read?
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Narrative of Frederick Douglass

Exit Ticket!
• How hard was it to read this excerpt?

• How hard was it to recogn...
Slavery
Narrative of Frederick Douglass

Homework
“Black Woman” by Georgia Douglas Johnson

• Paint Job reading for tonigh...
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Slavery Module: Lesson thirteen

  1. 1. DO NOW Take out homework and exchange with shoulder partner Will review answers…then hand in!
  2. 2. Slavery Learning Objectives I can analyze the impact of rhyme and repetition in specific poems. I can analyze the use of figurative language in poetry and nonfiction text. I can analyze how figurative language, form, and sound contribute to meaning.
  3. 3. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass POETRY! • Any lingering questions from homework? • New poem!! “If We Must Die” by Claude McKay • African-American poet • Harlem Renaissance • Langston Hughes’s inspriation
  4. 4. If We Must Die If we must die, let it not be like hogs Hunted and penned in an inglorious spot, While round us bark the mad and hungry dogs, Making their mock at our accursed lot. If we must die, O let us nobly die, 5 So that our precious blood may not be shed In vain; then even the monsters we defy Shall be constrained to honor us though dead! O kinsmen! we must meet the common foe! Though far outnumbered let us show us brave, And for their thousand blows deal one death-blow! What though before us lies the open grave? Like men we’ll face the murderous, cowardly pack, Pressed to the wall, dying, but fighting back! 10
  5. 5. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Poetic Tools in the Narrative • Authors use poetic tools in prose, too! (Chavez = repetition, metaphor, vivid words) • Read an excerpt • Identify Douglass’s highly lyrical (poetic) style
  6. 6. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Chapter 6 Excerpt • First read: Gist! • Second read: questions • Third read: deeper questions!! ** Notice poetic tools!! **
  7. 7. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 1. Underline words or phrases that describe Mrs. Auld (the mistress).
  8. 8. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 2. How did she act toward slaves?
  9. 9. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 3. What is the fatal poison of irresponsible power?
  10. 10. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 4. Vocabulary • discord = • accord =
  11. 11. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 5. What does Mr. Auld tell his wife about teaching a slave to read?
  12. 12. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 6. Why would teaching a slave to read make him “unfit?”
  13. 13. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 7. What does Douglass resolve to do?
  14. 14. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 8. Vocabulary • injurious=
  15. 15. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 9. How does Mrs. Auld treat Douglass after her husband tells her Douglass mustn’t learn to read?
  16. 16. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 1. What is his mistress (Mrs. Auld) like?
  17. 17. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 2. What poetic tool(s) does Douglass use to reinforce her personality? ** Hint: look at the sentence in bold! **
  18. 18. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 3. How does the (poetic) tool support his idea?
  19. 19. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 4. What happens to Mrs. Auld?
  20. 20. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 5. What poetic tool(s) does Douglass use to reinforce this idea?
  21. 21. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 6. How does each tool support his idea?
  22. 22. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 7. What does Mr. Auld’s advice teach Douglass?
  23. 23. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 8. What poetic tool(s) does Douglass use to reinforce this idea?
  24. 24. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 9. How does each tool support his idea?
  25. 25. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 10. Douglass uses juxtaposition to compare his decision to Mr. Auld’s decision to forbid him to read. How does this help illustrate how committed he is to learning to read?
  26. 26. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 11. Compare Mrs. Auld before and after she owned slaves.
  27. 27. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 12. What poetic tool(s) does Douglass use to reinforce this idea?
  28. 28. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 13. How does each tool support his idea?
  29. 29. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Turn & Talk • How is Frederick Douglass “fighting back” by learning to read?
  30. 30. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Exit Ticket! • How hard was it to read this excerpt? • How hard was it to recognize the poetry tools? 1 = really easy………………….5 = really hard
  31. 31. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Homework “Black Woman” by Georgia Douglas Johnson • Paint Job reading for tonight • Answer paint job questions in blank space • Underline words/ phrases that “pull” you
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