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Poetry involving History Reading: Literature. Fifth Grade Mrs. Megan Sholar 2/19/13. Main Menu. CONTENT. POSTTEST. CREDITS. EXIT. Harriet Tubman by Eloise Greenfield Harriet Tubman didn't take no stuff Wasn't scared of nothing neither Didn't come in this world to be no slave

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fifth grade mrs megan sholar 2 19 13
Poetry involving HistoryReading: Literature

Fifth Grade

Mrs. Megan Sholar

2/19/13

main menu
Main Menu

CONTENT

POSTTEST

CREDITS

EXIT

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Harriet Tubman

by Eloise Greenfield

Harriet Tubman didn't take no stuff

Wasn't scared of nothing neither

Didn't come in this world to be no slave

And wasn't going to stay one either

"Farewell!" she sang to her friends one night

She was mighty sad to leave 'em

But she ran away that dark, hot night

Ran looking for her freedom

She ran to the woods and she ran through the woods

With the slave catchers right behind her

And she kept on going till she got to the North

Where those mean men couldn't find her

Nineteen times she went back South

To get three hundred others

She ran for her freedom nineteen times

To save Black sisters and brothers

Harriet Tubman didn't take no stuff

Wasn't scared of nothing neither

Didn't come in this world to be no slave

And didn't stay one either

And didn't stay one either

Poem

Harriet Tubman

By

Eloise Greenfield

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1st

Discuss the poem with your partner. Pay attention to:

  • Characters
  • Main idea
  • Setting
  • Theme
  • Author
  • Summarize the poem on a piece of paper to be turned in to the teacher.

2nd

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3rd

As a class we will discuss the structure and other aspects of the poem paying close attention to:

Stanzas

Order

Diction

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BRAIN Teaser

After reading about Harriet Tubman, do you think that the poem is an accurate portrayal of her life?

Posttest

question 1
Question 1

Correct!

How many trips did Harriet Tubman take to rescue slaves?

Let’s check again.

correct
CORRECT!

Harriet went down South 19 times to rescue slaves!

Back to Question 1

Next Question

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Let’s Check Again

Back to Question 1

“Nineteen times she went back South

To get three hundred others”

In the line from the poem above, we see that Harriet went down South nineteen times to rescue others.

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QUESTION 2

Correct!

Who is the author of the poem?

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Previous Question

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That’s Correct!
  • The author of the poem is Eloise Greenfield!

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Next Question

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Let’s Check Again

Harriet Tubman

by Eloise Greenfield

Harriet Tubman didn't take no stuff

Wasn't scared of nothing neither

Didn't come in this world to be no slave

And wasn't going to stay one either

The author is Eloise Greenfield

Back to Question 2

Next Question

question 3
Question 3

Correct!

After reading the poem, what word do you think best describes Harriet Tubman?

  • A) silly
  • B) scared
  • C) brave
  • D) mean

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Previous Question

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CORRECT!

After reading the poem we know that Harriet Tubman can best be described as brave. So C)brave is the best answer.

Back to Question 3

Credits

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Let’s Check Again

“Harriet Tubman didn't take no stuff

Wasn't scared of nothing neither”

This part of the poem shows that Harriet Tubman can best be described as C) brave

Credits

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credits
CREDITS

Poem

  • http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/16485

Pictures

Slide 5

  • http://www.harriettubmanbiography.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/Tubmancoverphoto5.jpg

Slide 6

  • http://www.math.buffalo.edu/~sww/0history/hwny-tubman.html
  • Clip art on slides 1,2,4,7,8,10, 13, 16, & 17

EXIT

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