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Slavery: Week #1

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Casey Kellogg

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Transcript of Slavery: Week #1

Agenda for Monday, March 17th
As you Enter:
Please sit where you like
Sharpen pencils before class begins
Pick-up white sheet from front tables
Materials Needed:
Writing Utensil
History Notebook
Days Activities:
No Warm-up
Go over Weekly Schedule
Round Robin Readings on
Westward Expansion
Slavery in America

Week #1
(1501 - 1945)

Week #1 Schedule
Agenda for Tuesday, March 18th
Agenda for Wednesday, March 19th
Agenda for Thursday, March 20th
Agenda for Friday, March 21st
As you Enter:
Please sit where you like
Sharpen
pencils
before class begins
Grab a
pink
packet from the front tables
Have your
homework
out from last night
Materials Needed:
Writing Utensil
History Notebook
Days Activities:
Warm-up: Question/Response of RR Expansion Wkst
Preview "Slavery by Another Name"
Gallery Walk: Slavery in America
Check off from Mr. K when completed
As you Enter:
Sit where you like
Have your
pink
packet from yesterday out
Have your map out on your desk
Extras on front desks
Quiz next Friday on locations
Materials Needed:
Please bring colored pencils
US Physical/Poltical Map
History Notebook
Days Activities:
#1.) Complete Gallery Walk
#2.) Update America Map to 1860
Atlases above class sink
As you Enter:
Please sit where you like
Have your
choice reading
out
Materials Needed:
Writing Utensil
History Notebook
Choice Reading
Days Activities:
Warm up:
Choice Reading (10 min.)
Activity:
"Today & tomorrow, we answer
your
questions about slavery in America!"
- Mr. K & Mr. K-Dub
As you Enter:
Pick up a writing prompt from the front tables
Begin writing an answer to one of the questions from yesterday
Materials Needed:
Writing Utensil
History Notebook
Days Activities:
Warm up:
Question/Response (
10 min.
)
#1.) Why Africans?
#2,) How did Whites Suppress their Slaves?
#3.) How did Slaves Revolt?
Share Answers:

All
Those Who Sit in Back Row (
10 min.
)
Video:
The African Americans - Many Rivers to Cross (
start to 29:33
)
Map: You may work on map during video, but please do
NOT
talk!
Final Words
(
1 min.
)
The African Americans
Many Rivers to Crosss
(Episode 2)
Slavery by Another Name (Prologue)
Monday:
RRR - Westward Expansion
Tuesday:
Gallery Walk - Slavery in America
Wednesday:
Update US Maps
Thursday:
RRR - Slavery Pre-13th Amendment
Friday:
Video "Slavery by Another Name"
Political Map
Physical Map
Today:
Why Africans?
Why didn't Slave's Revolt?
Storys of Slave Rebellion
Tomorrow:
# of Slaves?
Jobs of Slaves?
Slavery from a Slaves Perspective
6 min.
per station
Tab 1 "
answer
" to the table question
Music
will que you to rotate
After 3rd station, please return
back
to where you
started
Look at stuent tabs/"
answers
"
Group up with other group of
like question
to formulate an "
official
" answer to the
question
Select
3 Speakers
to share
answer
with your classmates
Activity Directions:

As you leave...

Think
about where this leaves America in 1865.
Think
about our prior conversations from earlier in the year. What motivates a man to
kill
another man? Are we at that
breaking point
?
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