Slavery in America Interactive Notebook Unit – Slave Trade, Underground Railroad, Famous Abolitionists – Digital Download
SIX Complete Slavery Lessons of Nonfiction Informational Text (No Additional Textbook Needed), engaging hands-on activities, and THIRTEEN Interactive Notebook Assignments to explore Slavery’s Beginnings, History of the Slave Trade in America, Daily Lives of Enslaved People, the Birth of our Nation and its Impact on Slavery, the Underground Railroad, Slavery Rebellions, and famous Abolitionists.Read More
Lesson 1 – Slavery’s Beginnings
Lesson 2 – Daily Life
Lesson 3 – The United States of America
Lesson 4 – Slavery Rebellions
Lesson 5 – The Underground Railroad
Lesson 6 – Famous Abolitionists
ACTIVITIES INCLUDED IN THIS INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK UNIT:
- Questions after each of the 6 lessons to assess Informational Text Comprehension – we provide all CONTENT!
- Thought-Provoking Discussion Questions to encourage Critical Thinking
- Primary and Secondary Source Differentiation and Research Projects
- KWLH Charts with Follow-Up Activities
- Main Idea Booklet Pages after each of the Six Slavery Lessons
- Underground Railroad Mapping – Using Number & Letter Coordinates on a Grid
- Thomas Jefferson and Sojourner Truth Biographies with Follow-Up Questions
- Vocabulary Quizzes
Students will then use the Slavery Content to complete THIRTEEN Interactive Notebook Assignments (all patterns and step-by-step instructions included!):
- Vocabulary Flap Books
- Vocabulary Hexagons
- Vocabulary Accordions
- Vocabulary Circle Flaps
- Vocabulary Six-Flap
- Interactive Slavery Booklet featuring 6 Booklet Entries
- Daily Life Pocket Organizer
- James Madison Four-Fold Fact Organizer
- Thomas Jefferson Find the Fib Game with Two-Pocket Organizer
- Slavery Rebellions Cause and Effect Organizers
- Underground Railroad Map Accordion Organizer
- Sojourner Truth Interactive Time Line
- Slavery KWLH Chart Four-Fold Organizer
During their study of Slavery, students will read biographies of Gabriel Prosser, Denmark Vesey, Nat Turner, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Harriet Tubman, and Frederick Douglass
We’ve included a context-appropriate Glossary, Answer Pages, and Grading Rubrics for the higher-level Interactive Notebook and Writing Assignments.
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