3/15 Wednesday

Guiding Questions: 
How "free" were free African Americans in the North?

Collaborative: Students will study the lives of black Americans in the North by reading  primary sources collaboratively in groups, participating in a discussion, and answering guiding questions with at least 80% accuracy. 


8.6.4 - Study the lives of black Americans who gained freedom in the North and founded schools and churches to advance their rights and communities.
CCRA.R.2 –Determine a central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text, including its relationship to supporting ideas; provide an objective summary of the text.
ELD A.1 - Exchange information and ideas with others

Do Now (Voice Level 1) 5 Minutes: 
Rewrite today's objective on your tracker. 

Whole Group (Voice Level 1) 5 Minutes: 
Introduce today's document analysis protocol: "I think this means..." prediction activity. 

Collaborative (Voice Level 0) 37 Minutes: 
Step 1: Independently view the primary source and fill in the first box on your paper, "I think the purpose of this document is..." with at least two bullet points 
Step 2: Using the academic vocab and sentence starters at your table, everyone in your table group needs to share what they think the main idea of the source is. As your group members share, write their ideas in the "My group thinks..." box
Step 4: Share as a whole class 
Step 5: Answer questions as a table group. 

Early Finishers: Watch CNN, Play Free Rice. 

Exit Ticket (Voice Level .5 - 1) 2 minutes: 
Make sure you've completed your objective tracker, including adding + or - sign on your calendar. 

Think-Pair-Share: How "free" were free blacks in the North before the Civil War? 

Use this time to complete any missing assignments. 10 week grades are being submitted next week. 

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