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Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt by: Deborah Hopkinson Cyberlesson: Barbara Palmer. www.amazon.com. Materials. Journal. Computer. Graphic Organizers. Paper. Pencils/ crayons. Introduction. A quilt piecing detail from 1978

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Sweet clara and the freedom quilt by deborah hopkinson cyberlesson barbara palmer
Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quiltby: Deborah HopkinsonCyberlesson: Barbara Palmer

www.amazon.com


Materials
Materials

Journal

Computer

Graphic Organizers

Paper

Pencils/ crayons


Introduction
Introduction

A quilt piecing detail from 1978

CREDIT: Severt, Carrie, quiltmaker; Eiler, Lyntha Scott, photographer; "Piecing, detail." September 1978. Quilts and Quiltmaking in America: 1978-1996, Library of Congress. http://www.americaslibrary.gov/jp/quilt/jp_quilt_how_1_e.html

Do you know what a quilt is? Do you know how they are used or why they are special?

You are about to read a story about a young girl named Clara that has a special quilt.

What is a quilt?

What are quilts used for?

Visit this website to find out more about quilts:

click here


Journal questions
Journal Questions

  • Now that you have learned about quilting answer these questions in your journal.

  • 1. What are quilts made of?

  • 2. How do you make a quilt?

  • 3. What can you use quilts for?

1992 Rhode Island State Winner, Stardust

Credit: Burrill, Jean F., Quiltmaker. "1992 Rhode Island State Winner; Stardust." 1989 - 1990. Quilts and Quiltmaking in America: 1978-1996, Library of Congress. http://www.americaslibrary.gov/jp/quilt/jp_quilt_scrap_3_e.html


Before reading
Before Reading

  • Look at the at the picture on the cover of the book.

  • Take a picture walk.

  • Write your predictions in your journal about what you think the story is going to be about.

A quilt called "Around America," the 1992 New Hampshire State Winner

CREDIT: Calistro, Polly, quiltmaker. "1992 New Hampshire State Winner; Around America." 1989 - 1991. Quilts and Quiltmaking in America: 1978-1996, Library of Congress. http://www.americaslibrary.gov/jp/quilt/jp_quilt_scrap_2_e.html


Day one during reading
Day One: During Reading

Read the first ten pages of the story. As you are reading, identify problems Clara faces. Next, predict ways that Clara might solve these problems. Complete the graphic organizer

A square from the AIDS Memorial Quilt

CREDIT: Margolies, Paul, photographer. "Quilt Block #02316 from the AIDS Memorial Quilt." Courtesy of the NAMES Project Foundation

http://www.americaslibrary.gov/jp/quilt/jp_quilt_scrap_3_e.html


Day two before reading
Day Two: Before Reading

In yesterdays reading, Clara began to hear about

the underground railroad. Visit these websites and

their links to learn more about the Underground railroad,

and Harriet Tubman.

Barbara Payne Columbus, Ohio

1998

Oberlin Seniors 1982

Oberlin railroad Quilt


During reading
During Reading

Today you are going to finish reading the story. While

You are reading complete an active reader report.

Whitman.edu


Journal questions1
Journal Questions

Now that you have learned about the Underground railroad

answer these questions in your journal.

1. What was the underground railroad?

2. Name one famous conductor?

3. Do you think Clara will take the underground railroad to

Freedom? How could Clara use her skills as a seamstress

to help lead her to freedom?

Slaves traveled along the Underground Railroad, depicted in this painting

CREDIT: Webber, Charles T. (reproduction of a painting in the Cincinnati Art Museum). The underground railroad." C1893. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. http://www.americaslibrary.gov/cgi-bin/page.cgi/aa/activists/tubman/rail_3


After reading
After Reading

Now that you have read the story go back to your

problems and solutions graphic organizer and check to

see if Clara’s problems were solved in the same way you

predicted. Complete this story map Graphic Organizer

Artist: Paul Collins


Beyond reading
Beyond Reading

  • http://www.aacps.org/aacps/DES/freedomquilts.htm

  • Now you have a chance to create a quilt!

  • Create your own quilt map of your house to school.

  • Make sure you include picture clues in your map that will lead the class to your destination.

  • Directions:

  • With a pencil draw boxes on a piece of paper. In your first box draw a picture of your house.

  • Next, in the other boxes show where houses, streets, buildings, trees, and other landmarks are located. The final box will be the school.

  • Use fabric or pictures from magazines to add to your pictures.

  • Glue pictures to your map.

  • Share with the class!



Credits
Credits

  • http://www.eduplace.com/graphicorganizer/pdf/probsol.pdf

  • http://www.americaslibrary.gov/cgi-bin/page.cgi/jp/quilt

  • http://www.teach-nology.com/worksheets/graphic/beforestory

  • http://www.timeforkids.com/TFK/news/story/0,6260,686749,00.html

  • http://pbskids.org/aaworld/ecards_02.html

  • http://www.readwritethink.org/lesson_images/lesson127/problems.pdf

  • Hopkinson, Deborah Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt; Dragonfly books, New York 1995.

  • http://www.americaslibrary.gov/cgi-bin/page.cgi/aa/activists/tubman/rail_1


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