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Are you working on learning about the time period of the underground railroad want to make learning more student directed or need a different kind of way to have notes for student notebooks? This bundle of create your own tab books allows you to differentiate which tab pages that you would like to use for your own customized research book. You can choose which pages your would like to use to create your tab books or research notes for your students to use. Whether you are having students create one tab book from these various resources, you create individual or partner research projects, work on a research project in class, or need a way to organize notes for students, this resource allows you to create tab books to fit your student needs while differentiating based on the needs of your students and classroom.
There are 4 different tab pages for each of the following that you can use to customize your research book/notes:
-A Black and White Cover
-A Cover with a map in color
-Underground Railroad (What was the Underground Railroad?)
-Fugitive Slaves (Southern States, Northern States, Other Facts, What was a fugitive slave in the 1800s?)
-How did they travel? (False Bottomed Wagons, Load Of Potatoes/wagons, The Drinking Gourd, and Creative Ways/Other Ways)
-Time (Dates: 1740, 1826, 1844, 1847, 1850, 1863, 1865)
-Code Words (Promised Land, Baggage, Parcels, Station, Load of Potatoes, Drinking Gourd, Station Master, Conductors)
-Quilt Codes (Monkey Wrench, Wagon Wheel, Bear Paw, and Crossroads)
-Quilt Codes Continued (Log Cabin, Shoefly, Bow Ties, Flying Geese)
-Important Events (Choose 3 important events from the Underground Railroad to explore)
-Famous Laws (Fugitive Slave Act, Emancipation Proclamation, 13th Amendment to the US Constitution)
-Spotlight On History (Choose a famous event from the Underground Railroad, and tell how it made the world a better place)
-Spotlight on History (Choose a famous person from the Underground Railroad, and tell how he/she made the world a better place.)
-Hiding Runaways (False Bottom Wagons, Hidden Rooms, and Disguises).
-My Connections (3 facts about the Underground Railroad, and What can you do to help freedom spread throughout the world?)
Biography Tab Books:
-Henry "Box" Brown
-William and Ellen Craft
-Choose Your Person and Create Your Own Template (3 different versions)