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The secret road to freedom



Activity 3
Those who diced with death
DIFFERENTIATION
p. 188


4
Groups 1, 2 & 3
Let's recap! Explain how ordinary people committed to freedom.

Useful vocabulary: He / She put his / her life at stake +V-ing... He / she was led by a sense of... He / she succeeded in... These actions are still influential to this day, as...


MEDIATION

Group 2: “Go up, Moses”

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2
Get ready! Pick out any words you hear in the word cloud above.



3
a.
Watch the video. Identify Harriet’s jobs throughout her life.

1) 2) 3)

b. Number these events from Harriet Tubman's life in chronological order.
 
Suffered sleeping spells
 
Appeared on the $ 20 note
 
Died
 
Escaped on her own
 
Born into slavery
 
Married a free slave
 
Accidentally struck on the head
 
Tried to flee
 
Granted $20 a month
 
Renamed herself
 
led a military raid in South Carolina (700 slaves freed)
 
Spoke at the 1st National Association of Colored Women’s convention


c. Why was she nicknamed “The Black Moses”?
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1
Listen to these words. Pick out those which don’t have any diphthongs (/aɪ/, /eɪ/ /eə/ or /əʊ/).
The secret road to freedom - wordcloud
Exercice 1

Group 1: Underground

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2
Get ready! Pick out any words you hear in the word cloud above.



3
a.
Watch the video. Identify the key elements (who, where, when, what).


b. Which word is repeated several times?

c. Which elements create the atmosphere of danger (actions, settings, voices, music).

d. Who says what?
1) “We can be a real difference.”
2) “Have you seen any runaways around here?”
3) “I wouldn’t tell you if I had!”
4) “As long as we are together, we can do anything”
5) “I know you was planning to run away!”
6) “ When we run, no white man no gonna be able to stop us.”
7) “You run, you follow that map and you’re a free man.”

Group 3: Harriet Beecher Stowe

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2
Get ready! Pick out any words you hear in the word cloud above.



3
a. What did Harriet Beecher Stowe witness in 1832?


b. Why was she so deeply moved by it?

c. What was the public response to the publication of Uncle Tom’s Cabin in 1852? Why?
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