Slavery Display
  • This key word history literacy display has been designed to be used on classroom walls (or on display boards outside) when starting a new History topic to the students. It is an easy resource to print and will hopefully save an incredible amount of time and effort when incorporating literacy into a new or existing scheme of work. The slides can also be laminated and used as mobiles hanging from the ceiling or used as part of an informative display.

  • The slides cover the following words and their definitions: abolition, auction, a slave, branding, captive, emancipate, flux, Guinea Coast, Harriet Tubman, indentured servants, lynching, manumission, plantation, profit, repatriation, resistance, shackles, sharecropper, tight pack, the Triangular Trade, Thomas Clarkson, trans-Atlantic, Underground Railroad, William Wilberforce.

  • The slides come in PDF and Powerpoint format so they are easy to change and adapt. If you like this resource, please note there is a bundle for key word history displays which can be found here:

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  • D13-Slavery-keywords.pdf

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Created: Sep 13, 2018

Updated: Mar 4, 2019

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