Frederick Douglass

Students read and illustrate a time line of Douglass's life and listen to an excerpt of his diary describing his escape from slavery. They assemble with their pictures in chronological order around the classroom. In turn, they share their illustrations and sentences, thus recreating Douglass's life.

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United States History
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