Presentation on theme: "Demo Lesson #3: Aural Source Analysis Purposes: 1) To provide students with a first-hand encounter with a slave through audio-clips. 2) This lesson."— Presentation transcript:
Demo Lesson #3: Aural Source Analysis Purposes: 1) To provide students with a first-hand encounter with a slave through audio-clips. 2) This lesson also requires students to create histories (biographies) of their own, using these primary aural sources. 3) Communication and interpersonal development skills are also highlighted.
Website & Directions Find “Voices from the Days of Slavery website” http://memory.loc.go v/ammem/collection s/voices/ http://memory.loc.go v/ammem/collection s/voices/ See “Audio Interviews” Directions: 1) Each group is assigned a slave 2) Listen to interview and take notes on this question: “What was slavery like for the individual?”
Your group assignment: Create a 10-12 multimedia presentation (via Powerpoint) where you introduce the former slaves by providing a narrative of the following: 1) Who was the person? 2) Where and how long were they slaves? 3) What were some key recollections that the slaves expressed, and what does this tell you about the slaves’ experience? 4) What would you like to know more about the slave?
Connected Homework Assignment: Write a summary response that includes all slave biographies presented. It must answer the following question: “What was life like for those held in bondage?”
How does this lesson rank? Construction of Knowledge – construct new knowledge to solve problems Disciplined Inquiry – investigative exploration that led to elaborate conversation Value Beyond School – academic knowledge that can be practically used in life