Slave Literature Flipped Lesson Bundle with Reading, Worksheets, and Videos

Slave Literature Flipped Lesson Bundle with Reading, Worksheets, and Videos
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This unit covers slave literature in American Literature. Included in the readings are excerpts from Harriet Jacobs "Life of a Slave Girl" and Olaudah Equiano's narrative. Also included in Douglass's "What to a Slave is the Fourth of July" and Sojourner Truth's speech "Ain't I a Woman?"

This unit focuses primarily on the skill of Rhetorical Analysis and includes vocabulary list 4 which is an introduction to rhetorical appeals. It also includes two videos on conducting a SOAPSTone and DIDLS Analysis.

There is also a unit Summative Test which is a selection of quotations that require analysis.

This flipped lesson bundle in the next in my series, beginning with Native American Literature, moving to Exploration narratives and Puritan literature. Each bundle contains vocabulary that is used for figurative and rhetorical analysis. The bundles include readings, worksheets, and tests.

All of the activities can be purchased individually.
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