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Pillsbury Math/Science/Technology School - Footsteps to Freedom: 10 Weeks of Curriculum
Footsteps to Freedom - Origins of Slavery / Underground Railroad Where does the name come from? / The Middle Passage / Songs of Freedom / Local Underground Railroad / Local Underground Railroad history / Heros/Heroines + several private projects.
Peru State College Library
Black History - The following six Web sites were created as models to suggest ways to integrate the World Wide Web and videoconferencing into classroom learning. African-American History was chosen as a topic because of its importance, popularity and the wealth of Internet resources available on the topic.
San Diego County Office of Education
Teacher CyberGuide - In this unit based on To Be A Slave (a collection of nonfictional accounts of slavery interwoven with historical narrative), by Julius Lester, students focus on the following questions:
1. What was a typical slave's day like? - 2. What role did African-Americans play in the Civil War? - 3. How do the lives of slaves and free blacks compare?
Howard University
Introduction to the Middle Passage Web Site - The Middle Passage web site was developed as a Teacher's Action Project as part of a National Endowment of the Humanities Summer Institute for Educators entitled, "The Middle Passage: Making of the Atlantic World", held at Howard University. Teacher Resources!
Utah State University
AFRICA: It's Not a Country - Lesson Plans for Teaching About Africa in the Early Elementary Grades - Created by Preservice Teachers at Utah State University, Fall 1998 - Contact Person: Professor Deborah A. Byrnes (
Simon Gratz High School
Africa: Slave Women of African Decent in Brazil, Haiti, and Jamaica - This unit will be divided into two parts. The first will encourage students to construct a history of women of African slave decent in the countries of Brazil, Haiti, and Jamaica. Secondly, they will write a paper in which they defend the data they have developed.
Smithsonian Institution
What is Currency? - Lessons from Historic Africa. Three lessons + resources - Level: Grades 3-8
WGBH Educational Foundation.
Africans in America - America's (U.S.A.) journey through slavery is presented in four parts. For each era, you'll find a historical Narrative, a Resource Bank of images, documents, stories, biographies, and commentaries, and a Teacher's Guide for using the content of the Web site and television series in U.S. history courses.
The History Ring
Mr. Remmell's Homepage - Chapter 19 A Changed and Changing World (1450-1807). An outline of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade with questions and some links included.
Seeds of Change Garden
The Slave Ship - Activity: Create a slave ship in your classroom. Necessary literature: The Life of Olaudah Equiano, The Classic Slave Narratives edited by Henry LouisGates, Jr.

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