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Integrated Literacy Assignment Reading, Viewing, and Listening to Build Literate Classrooms Winter, 2016 SST 309 - Laninga
Hitch your wagon to a star… Well, your resources to a Grade Level Content Expectation, anyway… w 4 -H 3. 0. 3 - Use case studies or stories to describe the ideas and actions of individuals involved in the Underground Railroad in Michigan and in the Great Lakes region. (see 8 -U 4. 2. 2; 8 -U 4. 3. 2) w 8 -U 5. 1. 5 - Describe the resistance of enslaved people (e. g. , Nat Turner, Harriet Tubman, and the Underground RR, John Brown, Michigan’s role in the URR) and effects of their actions before and during the Civil War.
Trade Books North Star to Freedom By Gena Gorrell Bound for the North Star by Dennis Brindell Fradin Minty- A Story of Young Harriet Tubman by Alan Schroeder/Jerry Pinkney Henry’s Freedom Box, Levine and Nelson If you Traveled on the Underground Railroad, Ellen Levine
Quilt Code Theory Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt (Be careful – this is not historically proven! Teacher Information: A scholarly study of this theory.
Map of the Underground Railroad in Michigan. How would you use this in a classroom?
Music w Swing Low, Sweet Chariot http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v =Thz 1 z. DAytz. U&feature=related w Wade in the Water http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v =dhj. Gz. BCOw 88&feature=related
Music (continued) The Gospel Train’s a Comin’ http: //www. learnnc. org/lp/multimedia/74 09 Wade in the Water http: //www. songsforteaching. co m/folk/wadeinthewater. php
Music Myth(? ) w Follow the Drinking Gourd – First sung and published in 1890. w When was the Civil War? w When was the URR active? w Be careful to keep an active mind, questioning commonly accepted ‘facts’. w Also recognize the oral traditions of many cultures.
w The Mitten w The Mailbox w Kids Discover w Michigan History for Kids Magazines
Music w Steal Away – Songs of the Underground https: //www. reachandteach. co Railroad m/store/index. php? l=product_ detail&p=519
Lesson Plans w Escaping on the Freedom Train – Lessons on the Underground Railroad
Interactive Map w This link takes the student to an interactive map experience that will show them the various routes to freedom used by escaped slaves on the Underground Railroad. w Included with the routes are questions that focus the student’s attention on where the escaped slaves wanted to end up, how far they had to travel, and the different routes that could be taken.
Underground Railroad “Station” in Schoolcraft Michigan Underground Railroad House 613 East Cass Street Schoolcraft, Michigan Owned by Dr. Nathan Thomas‘ House
Poetry The Voice of the Slave In here, quick, so they don’t see The escape we’re trying to make. We’ll get shipped off to Canada By the large Ontario Lake. We’ve got to be quiet and careful We’ve found our chance to be free. Our lives right now are worthless, And that isn’t how they should be. After crawling through this tunnel That was made for us who slaved. We’ll count our blessings every day: Praise God! We’re saved On the Underground Railroad On and on in the dead of night The weary slave seeks Freedom through flight. His clothes are tattered, His feet are bare; They bleed from frostbite. Does no one care? He follows the Star With a hope that shines As dark, through the night, The trail he finds. “The Underground Railroad”He’s heard its name This railroad to freedom Is not in vain. “As God as my witness, I’ll follow the Star O’er the Underground Railroad Though I know it’s far To Canada’s shores. But I’ll then be free With manumission papers Issued to me. Many hands have guided These weary feet From station to station May I repeat – The conductors that guided me Have been led by God By a faith That is free. ” -Frances C. Taylor from her book, The Trackless Trail Leads On
Poetry w Ain’t I A Woman? , Sojourner Truth [youtube version by Maya Angelou] http: //www. youtube. com/watch ? v=m. M 4 Jju. Qeq. DA&feature=r elated
Games The Underground Railroad: The Escape to Freedom Game How do you work something like this into your lesson plans to make it a worthwhile and memorable learning experience?
Web resources for the Teacher Harriet Tubman Play http: //www. scholastic. com/browse/article. jsp? id=3751241 Myths about the Underground Railroad http: //teacher. scholastic. com/activities/bhistory/underground_railroad/ myths. htm GLCE Resource http: //fourthnorth. pbworks. com/w/page/44711431/History. Civil%20 War, The%20 Underground%20 Railroad%20 and%20 Michig an%20 Industries%20(MP 2)
Primary Source Documents 1838 poster for a runaway slave.
Citations w w w w w Ain’t I A Woman? , Sojourner Truth [youtube version by Maya Angelou Black Heritage The Underground Railroad Board Game [Web Photo]. Retrieved from http: // www. amazon. com/Black-Heritage-Underground-Railroad-Game/dp/B 001 TEFYYI Department of the Interior , (n. d. ). Aboard the underground railroad a national register travel itinerary. Retrieved from National Park Service U. S. Department of the Interior website: http: //www. nps. gov/nr/travel/underground/ugrrhome. htm Fradin, D. (2000). Bound for the north star. New York, NY: Clarion Books. Gorrell, G. (1997). North star to freedom. Ontario, Canada: Delacorte Press Harris, K. and Harris, R. (1997) Underground Riailroad: Multi-media Activity Set, Chatham Hill Games, New York Hopkinson, Deborah (1993). Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt, New York: Dragonfly Books Hurmence, Belinda (1997). Slavery Time When I was Chillun, GP Putnam’s Sons, New York Jones, N. (1999). The underground railroad. The Mailbox, Levine, E & Nelson, K. (2007). Henry’s Freedom Box, New York: Scholastic Press Levine, Ellen (1988). If You Traveled on the Underground Railroad, Scholastic. Petry, A. (1983). Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the Underground RR, New York: Harper Trophy Phar Productions. Michigan’s Underground Railroad. Retrieved from http: //www. pharproductions. com/michigansundergroundrailroad. html Pinkney, A. Sojourner truth's step-stomp stride. Disney/Jump at the Sun Books. Reach & teach. (2006). Retrieved from https: //www. reachandteach. com/store/index. php? l=product_detail&p=519 Rosentreter, R. L. (2008 -09). The underground railroad. Michigan History for Kids, 8(4), Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
Citations (continued) w w w w Sands, S. (2005, January). The underground railroad. Kids Discover, 15(1), Scholastic. (2013). Retrieved from http: //teacher. scholastic. com/activities/bhistory/ underground_railroad/index. htm Schroeder, A. (1996). Minty: A story of young Harriet Tubman. New York, NY: Dial Books for Young Readers. Stroud, Bettye (2005). The Patchwork Path, Cambridge, MA: Candlewick Press. Tobin, J and Dobard, R. (2000). Hidden in Plain View: A Secret Story of Quilts and the URR. New York: Anchor Books Underground railroad: the escape to freedom game (2008) Highland Park NJ: Black Heritage serires Underground Railroad, The Mitten, Spring, 2001. Michigan History Magazine, Lansing, MI Underground Railroad Poems. Retrieved from http: //www. historicsoduspoint. com/slaves-in-soduspoint/underground-railroad-poems/ w The Underground Railroad- The Journey, National Geographic Education. Retrieved from http: //education. nationalgeographic. com/education/multimedia/interactive/1 he-undergroundrailroad/? ar_a=1 w Underground railroad house. Retrieved from http: //www. villageofschoolcraft. com/php/history_highlights. php (1830). Underground Railroad Routes [Web Photo]. Retrieved from http: //www. waynet. org/levicoffin/ (1838, September 3). Runaway Slave Poster [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from http: // teacher. scholastic. com/activities/bhistory/underground_railroad/primary_sources. htm (2006). Underground Railroad Routes [Web Map]. Retrieved from http: //www. michigan. gov/dnr/ 0, 4570, 7 -153 -54463_19313_20652_19271_19357 -105514 --, 00. html Wade in the Water, Retrieved from http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=oh. EFi 14 rgnc&feature=related Winter, Jeanette. (1988). Follow the Drinking Gourd, New York: Dragonfly Books w w w