Slavery Module: Lesson four

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

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Slavery Module: Lesson four

  1. 1. DO NOW Look at “Historical Context Anchor Chart” Take out “Slave Trade” article from yesterday Write two (2) ideas from the article in the “Slavery” box of the chart …equity
  2. 2. Slavery Debate over Slavery Life of Frederick Douglass Vocabulary Triangular slave trade Abolitionist System Enforced labor Plantation Crops Racial Inequality What box(es) might last night’s homework fit into?
  3. 3. Slavery Learning Objectives What does abolition mean, again? I can draw conclusions about the abolition movement in America and cite specific textual evidence to support them.
  4. 4. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Historical Context • Work with shoulder partner • Will add to your homework • Look at images & make connections to what you read last night
  5. 5. Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society
  6. 6. Anti-Slavery Almanac
  7. 7. Guess who…
  8. 8. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass “Abolition” (PBS Episode) • Excerpt from Freedom: A History of US • Take out homework • Compare answers with shoulder partner • Be ready to share!
  9. 9. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass “Abolition” (PBS Episode) • Let’s re-read it together • Review answers again… • Make sure your partner’s responses are precise and specific!
  10. 10. Slavery Text-Dependent Questions Question 1. How did the slave trade end? (pgh 1) 2. What does morally wrong mean? Given what you learned, what would someone who argued that slavery was morally wrong say about why slavery should end? (pgh 2) Answers: 3-4 sentences!! **
  11. 11. Slavery Text-Dependent Questions Question 3. What did James Henry Hammond think about ending slavery? Underline 3 words/ phrases to support your answer. (pgh 2) 4. Why does having new states join the Union cause disagreement between the Northern and Southern states? (pgh 4) Answers: 3-4 sentences!! **
  12. 12. Slavery Text-Dependent Questions Question 5. What was the Missouri Compromise and why was it important? (pgh 4) 6. What would James Henry Hammond say about whether or not slavery should end? (paragraph 4, this time!!) Answers: 3-4 sentences!! **
  13. 13. Slavery Text-Dependent Questions Question 7. What did European countries decide about slavery? (pgh. 5) 8. What is the debate in the abolition movement over how slavery should end? (pgh. 5) Answers: 3-4 sentences!! **
  14. 14. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Historical Context Anchor Chart **Which section of the anchor chart could “Abolition” information fit into?
  15. 15. Slavery Debate over Slavery Life of Frederick Douglass Vocabulary Triangular slave trade Abolitionist System Enforced labor Plantation Crops Racial Inequality
  16. 16. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass “Abolition” (PBS Episode) • Excerpt from Freedom: A History of US • MORE questions?!? ….Part II • Let’s work on it together!
  17. 17. Slavery Text-Dependent Questions, PART II Question 1. What is the difference between ending the slave trade and ending slavery? 2. Those who defended slavery used various arguments. In the text, Hammond is quoted twice. What two reasons does he give in arguing that slavery should continue? Answers: 3-4 sentences!! **
  18. 18. Slavery Text-Dependent Questions, PART II Question 3. What argument is Garrison making in the last paragraph? How does this quote connect to the wide agreement among abolitionists that slavery should end immediately and without compensation for slave owners? Answers: 3-4 sentences!! **
  19. 19. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Historical Context Anchor Chart • Turn & talk… • One idea you want to add to the anchor chart
  20. 20. Slavery Debate over Slavery Life of Frederick Douglass Vocabulary Triangular slave trade Abolitionist System Enforced labor Plantation Crops Racial Inequality
  21. 21. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Homework • Historical Context Anchor Chart • Add three (3) more ideas to the “Debate over Slavery section ONLY

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