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Part 5:

ACADEMIC ENGLISH The Underground Railroad

BEFORE LISTENING
A. THINKING AHEAD Think about the Underground Railroad experience. Imagine that you are escaping slave. Then in small group, discuss the question (questions are available on wordbook , page 165)

It s easy to see do it at home as an assignment

BEFORE LISTENING

B . VOCABULARY PREPARATION : read the words and phrases and their definition in the box which are from the lecture .

Words/ Phrases Denounced First-hand The maximum distance Network Raised funds Significant Supported

Definitions Strongly criticized Personal, direct The greatest distance Organization; collection Collected money Important Believed in and helped

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B. then write the correct words and phrases on the lines Words/ Phrases

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Raised funds Denounced First-hand The maximum distance Network Supported Significant

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1 MINUTE FOR THIS QUESTION

C. VOCABULARY PREPARATION: WORDS IN PHARASES: match the definitions in the box with the verbs phrases. Then write the letters on the lines Verbs Phrases Definitions

1 Came into existence 2 Speak out against 3 Find their way 4


Win freedom a. Criticize

b First appeared a Criticize d Know how to get c Get freedom

Definitions

b. First appeared

c. Get freedom

d. Know how to get

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A. GUESSING THE MEANING FROM CONTEXT listen to the parts of the lecture. Listen for the following words and then guess their meanings. Fill in the correct bubbles

1. C o n d u cto rs: 2. Q u a ke rs 3. T h e fu g i ve S l ve La w ti a

B A C

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B. TAKING NOTES: USING AN OUTLINE listen to the lecture. Its in 4 sections. You will listen to each section twice. Fill in as much of the outline as you can. Dont worry if you cant fill in everything (youll hear the whole letter again later)

SECTION 1 A .It help slaves get their freedom B .Not an actual railroad, but a C .The underground railroad began When:.. How: ..

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B. TAKING NOTES: USING AN OUTLINE listen to the lecture. Its in 4 sections. You will listen to each section twice. Fill in as much of the outline as you can. Dont worry if you cant fill in everything (youll hear1 SECTION the whole letter again later)

A .It help slaves get their freedom. on the Underground Railroad individuals escape from slavery in the south to the north B .Not an actual railroad, but a .serious of houses that were called stations C .The underground railroad began When:..individual slaves began to escape and find their way north How: ..after a time, a number of northerners began to help the runaways and the movement became organized

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B. TAKING NOTES: USING AN OUTLINE listen to the lecture. Its in 4 sections. You will listen to each section twice. Fill in as much of the outline as you can. Dont worry if you cant fill in everything (youll hear the whole letter again later)

SECTION 2 II groups involved in the Underground Railroad A .Individuals 2.Former slaves 3.Free blacks who were. 4.White .. 5.. G .Group 7.Abolitionists 8. C Reasons the whites were involved: gave them a chance to..

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B. TAKING NOTES: USING AN OUTLINE listen to the lecture. Its in 4 sections. You will listen to each section twice. Fill in as much of the outline as you can. Dont worry if you cant fill in everything (youll hear the whole letter again later)

SECTION 2 II groups involved in the Underground Railroad A .Individuals 2.Former slaves 3.Free blacks who were.Abolitionists 4.White ..Americans 5..Canadians G .Group 7.Abolitionists 8.The Quakers C Reasons the whites were involved: gave them a chance to .speak out against to the unjust slavery and to allow them to play an actual role in freeing slaves

LISTENING
B. TAKING NOTES: USING AN OUTLINE listen to the lecture. Its in 4 sections. You will listen to each section twice. Fill in as much of the outline as you can. Dont worry if you cant fill in everything (youll hear the whole letter again later)

SECTION 3 III A trip on the Underground Railroad A .Supplies: B .Time of day: C .Guides: D .Station:.. E.When slaves arrived in the North, they. F.Henry Box Browns story:

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SECTION 3 III A trip on the Underground Railroad A .Supplies:from their master for the journey B .Time of day:at night C .Guides:they used the North Star or the northern part of the tree on the cloudy nights D .Stations:only 10->20 miles apart E.When slaves arrived in the North, they were free. F.Henry Box Browns story:he travelled from Richmond Virginia to Philadelphia Pennsylvania as freight in the box. It took him 26 hours to reach his destination but at the end, he was free

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SECTION 4 IV The Significant of the Underground Railroad A .It was a way to..the system of slavery B .It proved the African Americans were willing to

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SECTION 4 IV The Significant of the Underground Railroad A .It was a way toattackto .the system of slavery B .It proved the African Americans were willing tocommit to ending slavery and organize as a group to work against them

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C . LISTENING FOR EXAMPLES IN GROUPS listen to the part of the lecture again . It s about the groups who were involved in the Underground Railroad . The lecture gives examples of people in each group . As you listen , put each name in the correct category

1 Former Slaves: 2 Free Black Abolitionists: 3 White Abolitionists: . 4 Quakers:..

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C . LISTENING FOR EXAMPLES IN GROUPS listen to the part of the lecture again . It s about the groups who were involved in the Underground Railroad . The lecture gives examples of people in each group . As you listen , put each 1 Former the correct category name in Slaves: Frederick Douglass, Harriet

Tubman, Sojourner Truth 2 Free Black Abolitionists: William Jones, Charles Lenox Remond, Henry Highland Garnet, William Wells Brown, Francis E. W. Harper 3 White Abolitionists: William Lloyd Garrison, Harriet Beecher Stowe, the Grimk Sisters 4 Quakers:Levi Coffin

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D . LISTENING FOR DATES listen to parts of the lecture again . Listen for the following dates . Listen for preparations of time . Use the life time to take notes on what happened at these times

1)1775:

2)The 19th century 3)The 1830s:

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D . LISTENING FOR DATES listen to parts of the lecture again . Listen for the following dates . Listen for preparations of time . Use the life time to take notes on what happened at these times

1)1775: Quakers were religious group, they were the 1st to organize slavery society way back in 1775 2)The 19th century: the Underground Railroad was the name given to a movement in the U.S during the 19th century 3)The 1830s: railroad became popular in 1830s 4)

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E . CHEKING YOU NOTES THEN DO PART A ( AFTER LISTENING )- USE YOUR NOTES TO ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT THE LECTURES

It s easy to see Please do it at home as an assi

AFTER LISTENING SPEAKING STRATEGORY


Working Cooperatively & Giving and Getting Feedback

Read the lectures in 2 boxes Answers some questions below: 1. What is the best way to do assignments in groups???? 2. How do you do that way???? 3. In group, what is the leader /researcher/note taker/speaker do? 4. What does feedback mean? 5. Is it a good idea to give feedback to speaker? Why or why not?

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