When you first get in… Add this to page 33 LO: 1. Understand Underground Railroad 2. Identify why Harriet Tubman is important DQ: 1. What was the Underground Railroad? 2. Why was Harriet Tubman important to the Underground Railroad? Add this to Table of Contents Pg. 32 Tombstone 9/12/13 Pg. 33 Underground Railroad & Tubman Q&A 9/12/13
Just Listen and Think… Listen to “Follow the Drinking Gourd” While it’s playing, think about the answers to these questions: • What is the “Drinking Gourd”? • Why is the “Drinking Gourd” important to slaves?
Underground Railroad • network of secret routes & people who helped fugitive slaves escape to the North, Canada, & Mexico
Notes- Right Side • We will read about Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad as a class • You will have 15 minutes to complete the Question and Answers • MUST USE COMPLETE SENTENCES
Types of Comprehension Questions • Right There in Text– answer in in reading • Inference– using context clues to make an educated guess • Text to Self Connection– connects reading with your world • Throughout Text– Must read entire passage to answer • R.A.C.E. Response • Restate Question • Answer Question • Cite an example from text that supports your answer • Explain how your citation supports your answer (YOUR REASONING BEHIND YOUR EVIDENCE) • Text to World Connection– connects reading to outside world (real world)
Reflection Activity- Left Side Copy This Down on the first half of the page: 1. Two things I learned from the video were: - -
Reflection Activity • Create a Tombstone for Harriet Tubman • Your Tombstone Must Have: • Name of person • Dates of birth and death: (1820-1919) • Epitaph: statement about the person • EX. Loving mother and wife EX. Inspired many to reach their dreams **Don’t forget Summary!!!!!!!!