Immigrants in Chains – Slave Narratives



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Learning Activities:


  1. Students have already viewed and taken a few notes from Prince Among Slaves, PBS Home Video. (see Annotated Bibliography)




  1. Students, for homework, were given two Primary Source readings and accompanying document analysis sheets. Students are expected to read each Primary Source document and complete an analysis sheet for each.




    • Venture Smith – Kidnapped and Enslaved at the Age of Six (See Attached)




      • Students come to class with their completed document analysis sheets, and are divided into groups of three. Groups are given the Group Work Chart (See Attached) which asks them to isolate facts/descriptions for three areas: Becoming enslaved, the Middle Passage, and Life in America. Students will use all three sources to complete the chart.




  1. Students will write an autobiography for a fictional slave, using historical information from sources.


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