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! Breaking down the chapters: !!! Get into groups of three! Your choice!,
!!!1.) Take out your text
notes and any materials you used to understand the reading.,
!!!2.) In your groups
you will need to plan how you will "teach" your section of the reading to the class. Address the prompts to the best of your ability. You will need to fill in your assigned section of the [[Attach:slaveshipexpertgroups.doc|handout provided]]. Once you have this completed, be prepared to share your knowledge with the class. Share your responses on the board!,
!!! Now that you are an expert
lets have a class discussion!,
what did we all learn from having done this? the
!!! '''Going through the chapters in this way, and getting a feel for the time and people will help you better understand how the key players in chapter 1 interacted and how the slave trade developed over time .'''
!!!%red% As you read ahead in Slave Ship in the coming days...
!!! Oladuah Equiano: An Eyewitness Account
Equiano's story is at the center of chapter 4 in
''Slave Ship'', he was the first person to write an eyewitness account from the perspective of the enslaved. of
* [[An Excerpt]]...
* As you read chapter 4, make sure to take note
** Explain how Equiano became a slave.
** What did Equiano first expect was going to happen to him when he was brought aboard the slave ship?
** What descriptions does Equiano provide about conditions faced by slaves
the Middle Passage? (What information does he give about the sights, sounds, smells, etc.?)to
** What evidence can you find from his recollections that he made every effort
hold onto his culture and identity? on
!!!%red% You will need to have read chapters 4,5 and 6 by next Tuesday, February 9th! Guided reading questions for these chapters are posted
!!!!!, , to , , the , of of on to on :)
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