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    • September 27, 2011
      Reflecting on the earlier readings – why did the Crafts choose their disguise? Why has it worked so far?
    • Objective:
      You will increase your literacy skills by reading the novel The Rains
    • Homework:
      Finish the Story of Sundiata
      Got questions? ASK!
    • Vocabulary – Gratuity
      Tip
      Extra sum added to reward good service
    • R.A.F.T
      Reason
      Why was this document created?
      To inform?
      To entertain?
      As a record?
    • R.A.F.T
      Audience
      Who was the ORIGINAL intended audience?
      This document was not intended for you
    • R.A.F.T.
      Format
      How is the document arrainged?
      A report?
      A story?
      A letter? A diary entry?
    • R.A.F.T
      Topic
      What is the document about?
      Sometimes the title will tell you
      Sometimes you have to read the document
    • R.A.F.T
      Topic
      What is the document about?
      Sometimes the title will tell you
      Sometimes you have to read the document
    • William and Ellen Craft
    • Train to Philadelphia
      William and Ellen take the train from Baltimore to Philadelphia
      Trains looked different then
      Do you think the Crafts were safer on the train than that would have been walking?
    • Philadelphia Then
    • Underground Railroad
      NOT a real railroad
      A network of safe houses and people
      Philadelphia was a major center
    • Questions – P. 18-27
      Read and answer the questions
      The answers are your exit ticket