Underground to Canada - Literature Kit Gr. Literary Terms: 5 marks Define each of the following terms: - character - setting - plot - climax - conflict Evaluation: 0 1 2 3 4 5 Underground To Canada Chapter 1-5 1. Ross represents hope because now the slaves know that there are actually white people who are trying to save the slaves. When the slave trader does indeed come, Julilly is separated from her mother and is sent with a group of other young slaves to a much harsher owner in Mississippi. Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years.
Not allot of food, working all day and getting whipped! This would also make a good Read-Aloud, for all ages, though the subject matter is intense and might not be suitable for sensitive younger listeners. I feel that should be stated outright. Despite the fact that he could have been arrested or badly injured, Dr. He helped a lot of slaves to escape to Canada. Teachers can provide each student with a different novel but use similar assignments that include comprehension questions and visual interpretations, assignments in plot and conflict, character webs, timeline, vocabulary crosswords, and formats to respond to letter and essay writing assignments.
But still, I really liked this book and recommend it. A book the is similar to Underground Railroad, which is popular at the moment and on Oprah's list. Well written, suspenseful, unforgettable characters, this one had it all. Each song sung by a slave would have a certain message inside of the song, which gave directions to Canada. I could of finished this book in a day but it took three months to read not to mention the f Rating: 3 stars Ok so, I read this book with my English class and I think that's the reason I didn't like or maybe it's the writing style i can't tell. The story is set during the time of slavery in the United States.
The destination word on the lips of those hungering for m Reminded of this book with all the promo around Black History month. While Smucker, I'm sure, had good intentions, these intentions were. What i dislike about this book is how adam dies and that the black people can not go to schools in canada. To prepare for the test students should review the chapter questions and assignments that they have received in class. Alexander Ross, the first contact Julilly meets.
The other slaves were always there for each other. Julily and Liza were in the barn while Adam and Lester went out to fish but then the slave catchers found them but didn't find Julily and Liza who ran away when Adam and Lester got caught. The characters in your novel all play a part in the story. All Teacher-Tested Novel Studies follow a similar format. Teachers can provide each student with a different novel but use similar assignments that include comprehension questions and visual interpretations, assignments in plot and conflict, character webs, timeline, vocabulary crosswords, and formats to respond to letter and essay writing assignments. But they do end up making it to Canada, when they get there there is Lester but Adam had died : but when they find Lester he has a suprise for Julilly. Underground to Canada - Novel Study Guide - Grades 5 to 6 - eBook.
Ross was one contributor to freeing slaves and abolishing slavery. I believe that the theme of Undeground To Canada is that no matter where, or who you are, there will always be one friend there for you. All Teacher-Tested Novel Studies follow a similar format. Evaluation: 0 1 2 3 4 5 Novel Assessment: 5 marks 1. Students will enjoy the variety of hands-on, academic activities as they explore the number 100 and what it means. White Fang Novel Study Guide This Novel Study supports the superb novel, White Fang by Jack London. Ross is like the stars.
Many people in Canada are of Caribbean decent and reject the term African Canadian or American. This book is about a slave named Julily that lived at a place called the Massa Henson plantation but was bought and took to the Riley plantation away from her mother Mamy Sally. All Teacher-Tested Novel Studies follow a similar format. Identify which character said the provided statements. Evaluation: 0 1 2 3 4 5 Underground To Canada Chapter 11- 15 Vocabulary: 7 marks venison Appalachian Mountains scant Mennonite sullen plateau plodded Evaluation: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Character Analysis: 5 marks 1. Most of these slaves died of the diseases and mistreatment at the hands of Europeans.
All of these historical events support and prove that through struggle and hard times somebody will always be there for you. But then one day they came to the Ohio river where they met some people that took them across the river in a boat and on the other side was people from the underground railway. The Quakers played a huge role in history because without them there would have been no chance for the slaves to get to Canada and become free people. Create your own Emancipation Proclamation explaining how you would put an end of slavery. Julilly, her friend Liza, Lester and Adam travel following the North Star to freedom.
Older readers may notice the simplified plotting and some plausibility gaps, but in general a well-written story with a gripping main character and dramatic situations, well-researched and well-presented. Smucker does an incredible depiction of life as a twelve year old slave girl, June Lilly, separated from her Mama Sally when slave traders come to buy up slaves at the plantation where she'd been born. The View From Saturday Novel Study Guide This Novel Study supports the superb novel, The View From Saturday by E. All Teacher-Tested Novel Studies follow a similar format. Smucker does an incredible depiction of life as a twelve year old slave girl, June Lilly, separated from her Mama Sally when slave traders come to buy up slaves at the plantation where she'd been born. Ross being a slave helper, Quaker Abolitionists all these things support the main idea because of the fact they never gave up and even though there could have been major punishment they did what they knew was right and in the end there was good conquering evildoers. Yes, the slave traders and some of the owners are portrayed as evil, but it is more because they are ignorant, misguided and uninformed.
I could of finished this book in a day but it took three months to read not to mention the fact that my new English teacher makes us answer questions about the chapter and then summarise it as well. Julilly meets a young Canadian ornithologist named Alexander Ross that helps 4 slaves escape through the Underground Railroad north to Canada. Correlated to the Common Core State Standards. He is a symbol of hope. A very Canadian novel, though most of the action takes place in the United States. Ross never gave up on freeing slaves, Dr. All Teacher-Tested Novel Studies follow a similar format.