Your class will enjoy my 12 years of A Slave Civil War Slave Narrative Reading and Writing Activity guide. It includes keynotes/PPT, worksheet, homework, and a timeline.
Here is what is included:
- PPT 7 slides
- Permission Slip
- 80 Question worksheet
- Discussion Questions for after the movie
- 12 Years a slave HW with primary sources
- Timeline for the film
"My social studies class had a blast with this. Thanks!"
I just added a permission slip to the bundle. I also just added some discussion questions and the link to the full movie at the bottom.
THE FIRST SEMESTER OF US HISTORY
This is a fantastic movie that should be shown to all students. It does such a great job of showing how life during slave times was so incredibly difficult.
This movie is difficult to watch and will most likely leave the students with much to think about.
Link to the educators version you may ORDER ONE per school for FREE 12 Years a Slave
Link to Full movie (not sure how long it will last) 12 Years a Slave LINK TO FULL MOVIE
Includes the following items:
(feel free to adjust anything to make it work for your classroom as I am formatting these in word documents and PPT/ and KEYNOTE)
I am also enclosing a 7 slide intro to the movie. I will be using this intro to not only introduce the movie but to introduce the HW for the week.
This 60 question worksheet will give you some accountability for the movie while still making the students think about some of the essential questions from the movie. ( I made this from the original version of the movie)
Students will be using a variety of sources to look at some of the slave accounts that will hopefully deepen their perspective and understanding of what went on for more than 300 years.
is a Frederick Douglass assignment where students read a chapter and answer some questions.
student will look at an image and record their findings.
Students will analyze and look at the Fugitive Slave Act of 1793 and 1850.
Students will read a chapter from Uncle Tom's Cabin and answer some questions.
Students will listen to some slave narratives that were recorded from the WPA in the 1930's.
Students will watch a short 37" film comparing Human Trafficking today with slavery.
I have included a link which explains what happened to Solomon Northrup after he was freed so the students can read how his life had ended.
This is a timeline of the major events focusing on slavery.
The video takes 3 days in a 47 minute class.
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