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Your Turn!. You will create a Conversation Cartoon summarizing your knowledge of the colonial slave trade between Africa and the Americas. Holding your paper landscape, fold a three inch margin on each side.

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your turn
Your Turn!
  • You will create a Conversation Cartoon summarizing your knowledge of the colonial slave trade between Africa and the Americas.
  • Holding your paper landscape, fold a three inch margin on each side.
  • Make a cut through the middle of each fold, but not through the crease. You should now have a paper with four flaps.
  • Label your flaps, African Slave, Spanish Slave Trader, Criollo Slave Owner in Cuba, and African Slave Raider.
  • Under each flap, you will draw a cartoon character representing each type of person.
  • Each cartoon character must be talking to two other characters, either the character above it, below it, across from it, or diagonally from it. Each character must be shown to be talking, by putting their words in a dialogue bubble.
  • THINK! Make their conversation reflect what their beliefs would be and what they would be thinking, based on their position in life. For example, what would a Spanish Slave Trader say to a Criollo Slave Owner? What would that Criollo Slave Owner say to an African Slave Raider?
  • Make sure your cartoon is in color!