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  • October 28, 2011 Martin Luther King Jr. said, “A man can’t ride your back unless it is bent.” Do you agree?
  • Objective: Students will develop the ability to analyze an original source document by reading and analyzing part of the biography of OlaudahEquinao
  • Homework: Stay safe Stay sane Stay out of trouble
  • Vocabulary: Seasoning These slaves can’t be sold, they haven’t been seasoned yet Based on this sentence, what do you think seasoning means in this context?
  • Vocabulary: Bypass Bypass = pass by Go around
  • What happened when the slavesarrived in the New World? They were usually given some time to heal from the voyage They were “conditioned” to being inspected, and sometimes drugged
  • Slaves were painted to hidescars Sometimes they were given alcohol to affect their disposition Disposition = moods
  • Slaves were usually notwhipped before a sale A back like this would indicate a slave prone to rebel The value of such a slave would be less
  • Slaves were inspected beforethe auction
  • Slaves were sold at auction
  • Captain Davies Is no longer going to be in the clips of Roots that we watch Leave a “farewell comment” on the paper provided
  • Class work: Watch the clip and answer the questions Read the sections provided and answer the questions Analyze the picture provided
  •  The Exit ticket: completed Picture Analyses is your exit ticket