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Lets Warm Up!. Everybody please get up and lets stretch out. Brain Teaser!. Unscramble the word “new door” to make one word. Follow Along Reading. Please take out your book and turn to page 58 Ch2 section 5. Follow along as the section is read. Complete the Graphic Organizer.

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    1. Lets Warm Up! Everybody please get up and lets stretch out.

    2. Brain Teaser! • Unscramble the word “new door” to make one word.

    3. Follow Along Reading • Please take out your book and turn to page 58 Ch2 section 5. • Follow along as the section is read.

    4. Complete the Graphic Organizer. Need for workers and The Slave Trade. Slave Culture. What happened to African Culture in the New World? • Please write down the factors that caused a strong need for labor in New Spain. • Summaries the Slave Trade and its affects on Africa.

    5. Working with a peer partner. • Create a poem with your peer partner. • (Each person must have it written down on a separate sheet of paper.) • Review p.58-61 Review/Read p.62-63 • Write a poem about the thoughts, feelings, and expectations of enslaved Africans sold to European slave traders and sent to the New World. • (For this poem you will use two line ryming scheme.) • Example:We worked hard in the fields by day till dark. • The raiding party stalked through the trees like sharks. • They pounced upon us like the Lion does the Antelope. • We were thrown into chains and striped of all hope. • How long does it have to be? At least 12 lines long.