Harriet Tubman's Worth A Thousand Words

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Formula: Paragraph One- Use words from question with one of Carol’s Sentence starters (throughout the saga of time, throughout history) Clearly, (filler sentence) USE VOCABULARY WORDS! This concept can be illustrated when examining _______ and ______. A sentence or two about both people. Thesis statement using Undeniably, or Inarguably Paragraph Two and Three Paragraph Four Unequivocally, (restate thesis) Write one sentence briefly talking about the people. Even in today’s world this problem still holds true concerning (tie in person). A sentence about the tie in person, showing that (restate thesis) Topics: Harriet Tubman: Tubman was embedded into slavery, both of her parents were subjected to the dissonant conditions…show more content…
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