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What do you know about slavery in the USA? B  Listen and answer Listen to the main article (without reading) and complete these statements. 1. Slavery was abolished in the USA in ______. 2. Whitney Plantation Historic District is in the state of ________. 3. Slavery in the USA began in the early ______ century. 4. Some of the buildings on the Whitney Plantation date back to ______. 5. The original owners of the Whitney Plantation were immigrants who had come from ________. C  Read and answer Read the main article and answer the questions. 1. Where were the slaves that were transported to the New World captured? 2. Why is Whitney Plantation different from other plantation museums? 3. What original buildings can visitors see at the plantation? 4. What else can be seen at the museum? 5. Why were over 100 men decapitated in 1811? D  Listen and answer N.B. This interview is graded as C1, so don t be discouraged if you find it difficult. Try to understand the main points. Read these statements. Then listen to the interview with Ashley Rogers, without reading, and write T (true) or F (false). 1. Ashley Rogers says America became a rich and powerful country as a direct result of slavery. 2. She claims that now, in the 21st century, equality for African Americans has been achieved. 3. The way African slaves were treated by their owners depended on various factors. 4. Children under the age of 10 didn t have to work at all. 5. Children s hands were usually too small for picking cotton. 6. Even the babies born to slave women belonged to the slave owners. 7. About one fifth of those who were enslaved in Africa died during the journey to the New World. 8. Ashley Rogers is pleased that the story of slavery is now taught in all state schools. E  Listen, read and check your answers Listen to the interview while reading the text.(If you did Exercise D, check your answers while reading.) F  Learn it! Use it! Complete these sentences with words from the glossary. (You may have to adapt the expression in some way; e.g. change the verb tense or change from plural to singular.) 1. This beautiful iron gate was made by a local ________. 2. The main ________ grown in this area is maize. 3. Mr Green s an accountant but in his spare time he ________ antique furniture. 4. Janet s family is ________ so she s used to eating at expensive restaurants. 5. Many people were killed over the years in the country s long ________ for independence. 6. There have been earthquakes here in the past but I ve never experienced one _______ _______ _______. G  Ready for the FIRST Certificate in English? (Reading and Use of English, Part 3) Use the word in brackets to form a word that fits in the space given. 1. Whitney Plantation tells the story of the many _________ (HARD) endured by Louisiana slaves. 2. Ashley Rogers begins with a _________ (REMIND) of the origins of American wealth. 3. She finds it _________ (UPSET) that this wealth was built on the institition of slavery. 4. Many slave children died of _________ (NUTRITION). 5. If they reached _________ (ADULT), they might stay on the plantation or be sold away. 6. Every day there was a threat of _________ (BODY) violence. 7. Slaves had to endure many _________ (DEPRIVE). 8. After arriving in America, slaves were sold at markets and sent to places _________ (KNOW). H  Talk about it In pairs or groups. 1. Most countries have a period in their history that some people are ashamed of? Is there such a period in your country s history? 2. If so, when was it? What do you know about it? 3. Do you think your country s history books are objective? Why (not)? Answers A  1. Some of the countries where forms of slavery are still common are Mauritania, Haiti, India, Pakistan, Libia and North Korea. 2. Slave labour was used in Nazi Germany. B  Listen and answer 1. 1865 2. Louisiana 3. 17th 4. 1790 5. 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