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WordSentenceCorrect Dictionary Definition Deprivation To know, despite the suffering and deprivation that you were human. To take something away from. Provisions If you need some provisions or chattel, get the money and buy them. The providing or supplying of something, especially of food or other necessities. Alleviated This kind of concern,however, never alleviated the child’s pain of being separated from family. To make more bearable. Compilation Botkin’s book was a compilation of those interviews. The act of compiling. Execrated He is still living, but his name is despised and execrated by all his race throughout the parishes of Rapides and Avoyelles. To detest utterly; abhor; abominate.
To be a Slave was written to inform us about slavery and what happened. In this book, there are many different narratives from former slaves telling their story. The intended audience is children and young adults.
The text structure for To be a Slave iss description. If it didn’t have description there would be no book at all. In this book, there are many different stories. They’ll mention a moment or a person and then describe it.
Stomp down freedom today Stomp it down! Stomp down freedom today.- Venn Diagram :Compare to other songs To be a slave. To be owned by another person, as a car, house, or table is owned. - Outline :Main idea of what it is to be a slave
SubjectAuthor’s Feelings Text Evidence Being forced to work as slaves. The authors of the passages didn’t like it they were being treated like animals. My master used to throw me in a buck and whip me.#36 To be a slave. To be owned by another person.#28
ParagraphsMain Idea Beginning-Page #30What they did back in slavery times. Middle-Page #78During Sunday school,they taught then to be obedient and nice to Massa and Missus. End-Page #147When slaves became free, they changed their name.
DetailsPage #Comments They begin to describe the plantation. 59 You wouldn’t have and image in your mind of where they worked. How they capture the slaves. 18-20 You wouldn’t know how horrible they were treated. They sing about how much they don’t like their Massa. 115 You wouldn’t know how much they despised him.
What the Book SaysConclusions Drawn Situation: Author of the passage recalls an event where the slaves had to put their babies in a ditch while they worked, but then it rained and they drowned. Character Actions:” They never got nary a lick of labor and nary a red penny for any of them babies.” They feel sad and thankful because the babies don’t have to work as slaves. Situation: Author of passage tells about a time when a slave came to her house and begged to stay-the next day she didn’t see her again. Character Actions:She was confused of why she left. Author of passage is most likely glad she helped.
Title: To be a Slave 1.Has different stories from slaves 2.Tells their journey of slavery 3. Talks to many slaves 4.Is told from 1 st and 3 rd person. 5.Talks about how they were treated Title: How Slavery Really Ended in America 1.Ells how slavery ended 2.Talks about 3 slaves 3.Abraham Lincoln 4.Talked only about one subject and time 5. Map of “A Nation Divided” Both: 1.About slaves 2.Mentions Eman.Proc. 3.Can teach history 4.Virgina Escape Stories 5.Runaway Slaves
FactsPage #Comments They work half-days on Saturdays and then party sometimes. 107 It shows that some masters aren’t always strict. They sang songs about what they wanted to do to their master. 115 It’s there to show they disliked their master. Ella Wilson would be stripped, tied up, and whipped for no reason. 36 It’s there to show that they were treated horribly. The slave owners sometimes made them go steal from other slave owners. 37 It’s here to show that all they did was use them. Slaves had to put their babies in a ditch while working and it rained,they drowned 38 It’s there to show some slave owners didn’t care.
OpinionsPage #Comments The opinion of their Master. 115 It’s there to show you some slaves didn’t like their owner. Their opinion of Slavery in song. 114 It’s there to give you an idea of what they did as slaves. Their opinion of “Blacks”. 87 It’s there to give other people opinions of what they thought of them. Their opinion of how their master wasn’t mean until his slaves were freed. 147 It’s there to show that this master was nice to them until they were freed. Their opinion of “Blacks” being know as property. 28 It’s there to show that they didn’t think of them as humans, they thought of them as animals.
On pg.149, there’s a picture of crosses on fire, black people hung, and the Klu Klux Klan just watching. I hate this because they acted like they weren’t humans. On pg. 138,there’s a song talking about how happy she is that she’s free. It’s nice because she finally got what she’s been hoping for : Freedom. On pg.67, it’s a picture of men and women working in the field as slaves. I’ve always wondered,do they work the men just as hard as the women?