What interactions did the African-American slaves have along their journey north with the land and with others?
If students have an immersed, dramatic experience of the challenges that African-American slaves faced fleeing from the American south and settling in newly formed Canada, then they will have a deeper understanding of what it would have been like at this time in Canadian history so that they can connect and describe the relationships to the land and to each other using the social studies inquiry process and the provided differentiated instruction choice chart.
Please click on the words below to plan a complete learning cycle that includes your visit, and pre and post activities.
How do I prepare my students for this visit? (Plan)
What will we do at Forest Valley? (Act)
How can I document learning? (Observe)
What are some possible follow up activities? (Reflect)