Slavery Module: Lesson three

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

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Slavery Module: Lesson three

  1. 1. DO NOW Fix your HOMEWORK: Slaves were brought over from Africa through the triangular slave trade. Slaves were bought for cash crops, like cotton, sugar and tobacco, which were traded in England for manufactured goods like rum and guns. The enforced labor of slaves made white Southern plantation owners a lot of money…
  2. 2. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Equity Sticks • What does equity mean? • Think about question • I will put out a name…you must answer! • How can we be respectful to the talk? • Let’s try it to finish homework review…
  3. 3. …..Many slave owners also believed in ___________________________________ ___ and thought slaves were inferior to whites because of the color of their skin. They used this reasoning to justify their harsh treatment of African Americans. While there were many in the South who economically benefitted from slavery, Frederick Douglass was a famous ___________________ who fought for the end of slavery. A former slave himself, he witnessed the horrors of the _______________ firsthand.
  4. 4. Slavery Learning Objectives What do the highlighted words mean? I can draw conclusions about slavery in America and cite specific textual evidence to support them.
  5. 5. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Equity Sticks • How will learning about slavery in America prepare you to read Douglass’s autobiography?
  6. 6. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Historical Context • Work with shoulder partner • Will add to your anchor chart today • Make predictions by Analyzing Images • Write what you observe • Talk with partner and make
  7. 7. British Slave Ship
  8. 8. A Virginia Slave Group
  9. 9. Slaves in a Cotton Field
  10. 10. A Slave’s Whip Marks
  11. 11. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass “The Slave Trade” (PBS Episode) • Excerpt from Freedom: A History of US • Read along as I read aloud • Notice definitions at bottom • Vocab from yesterday, too • Underline important phrases
  12. 12. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass “The Slave Trade” (PBS Episode) • Equity Sticks…. • What did you underline? • Let’s work together to answer questions!
  13. 13. Slavery Text-Dependent Questions Question: Paragraph Answers: 3-4 sentences!! ** 2 1. What were the three main steps involved in the triangular slave trade? 2. What were conditions like on the slave ships? Support your answer with evidence from the text.
  14. 14. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass “The Slave Trade” (PBS Episode) • Work with your shoulder partner to answer next two Text-Dependent Questions…
  15. 15. Slavery Text-Dependent Questions Question: Paragraphs 3,4 3. Why were there so many more slaves in the South than the North? 4. Why did the Black Codes prohibit teaching slaves to read and write? Answers: 3-4 sentences!! **
  16. 16. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass “The Slave Trade” (PBS Episode) • Try the last one on your own… • Be ready to share!
  17. 17. Slavery Text-Dependent Questions Question: Paragraph 5 Answers: 3-4 sentences!! ** 5. How did some Southerners use racial differences to justify slavery?
  18. 18. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Turn and talk 1. Which one of the predictions from the images did your reading confirm? 2. How did the reading extend your conclusions?
  19. 19. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Homework • “Abolition” excerpt • Read article • Answer the eight (8) Text-dependent Questions

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