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Skip To Content Dashboard KAREN COLES Account Dashboard Courses Calendar 84 Inbox Help S17A AMH2091.AM1: Afr-Amer HistorAssignmentsMission 2: "Flight to Freedom" Summer A 2017 Home Syllabus Modules Grades2 Chat Announcements Canvas 101 for Students Smarthinking Online Tutoring SF Policies & Resources Mission 2: "Flight to Freedom" Due Sunday by 11:59pm Points 100 Submitting a text entry box or a file upload (Turnitin enabled) Available May 8 at 8am - May 14 at 11:59pm 7 days Mission 2: "Flight to Freedom" Upon completing the assignment students will accomplish the following learning objectives: Reinforce facts learned about American Slavery in the 1800s as it relates to the racial, social and political landscape of the era. Employ critical thinking skills through the application of knowledge learned about slavery by making choices enslaved people were forced to make on a daily basis. Based on the individualized experience of the interactive game, students will be able to make conclusions about slavery and larger antebellum society using their interactions with the people and events in the multimedia presentation. Directions: Play the multimedia game, Mission US: Mission 2, "Flight to Freedom." You will need to access the game and create a username and password at http://www.mission-us.org/pages/landing-mission-2 (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Upon completing the game answer the questions below. Your success in reaching the aforementioned objectives will be determined by the quality and depth of your responses. So please consider your answers carefully and engage each question thoroughly. What choice did you make concerning Lucy, the 14 year old enslaved girl? Did you run? If so, did you escape with family? A friend? Alone? Why did you make this choice? Were you successful in your flight attempt? What level of critical thinking was involved in the choices you made as Lucy? Explain. Describe your experience while on the run? Your experience with some of the characters (Mr. Otis, Jonah, Henry, Sarah King and others)? What did it prove about the interpersonal relationships between various races and genders? Describe Lucy’s life at the game’s conclusion. How does it compare with what you learned occurred for most slaves? What insights did the game provide concerning the institution of slavery, slave’s daily experiences, as well as the issues associated with running away as a form of resistance? File UploadText EntryGoogle Doc Upload a file, or choose a file you've already uploaded. File: Choose File Add Another File Click here to find a file you've already uploaded Comments... Academic Honesty: Please note that academic dishonesty will not be tolerated. The very nature of higher education requires that students adhere to accepted standards of academic integrity. Therefore SFC has adopted a Code of Student Conduct that outlines general guidelines. Students are encouraged to discuss issues related to academic integrity with instructors. Please consult the college website at http://dept.sfcollege.edu/rules/content/media/PDF/Rule_7/7_23.pdf for a copy of the Student Conduct Code. This assignment submission is my own, original work Cancel Submit Assignment Previous Next
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