Need help getting your students to understand abstract vocabulary terms from your social studies lesson? No problem! These cards are designed to address the wide variety of ability levels, language comprehension skills, written comprehension skills, and curriculum objectives that special education teachers in multi-age classrooms need to address. See the preview for pictures of these cards in use with concept sorts, matching activities, word walls and more!
The cards for this resource cover the following Underground Railroad vocabulary terms:
Abolition of Slavery
Runaway Slaves (Passengers)
Harriet Tubman (Conductor)
Conductors (John Brown, Levi Coffin)
Safe House (Station)
“Grand Central Station” (Levi Coffin’s house)
Escape Routes (Lines)
“The Promised Land”
The vocabulary cards for all of the concepts listed above are all included in six different formats:
~ Full page view
~ 4 cards per page - WITH text labels
~ 4 cards per page - WITHOUT text labels
~ 16 cards per page - WITH text labels
~ 16 cards per page - WITHOUT text labels
~ 16 cards per page - ONLY text labels
The full page cards can be used to introduce vocabulary during whole group instruction. The 4-cards-per-page option is great for word walls, pocket chart activities, large sorting activities, flashcards, etc. The 16-cards-per-page option is great for making file folder games, small sorting activities, working with graphic organizers, and more!
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