African American History: Civil Rights: Wade-Ins || Desegregating Beaches
In this class, students will learn about how brave demonstrators risked their lives to make public beach and pool access equal for all people in America
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Did you know that black people were not welcomed on many beaches or pools in the United States of America? Today, we all have access to public beaches because of the courageous demonstrators who fought for our freedom and rights to go to any public beach. Can you imagine being outside on a hot summer day and not being able to go swimming because of the color of your skin? In this class, students will learn all about the wade-ins that took place to help fight against racial segregation at...
As an ESL Teacher and Tutor, I have taught classes on African American history, American Figures, Racism, and the civil rights movement for over 4 years. I have experience in teaching this subject to students in elementary, middle, and high school. I also have experience tutoring college students. I have a degree in Communications, so I will be able to communicate and teach this topic without being bias. I was able to research, write essays, and give speeches about this topic throughout college. I was trained by professionals to understand history and the issues surrounding history. Most importantly, I will allow each student to express their thoughts and opinions about this topic. This will help them communicate and show what they have learned. It is very important to include all students. I have taught African American history for 2 years. I studied communications in colleges which heavily focused on Afro and African American studies.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
In class, we will have discussions about racism, police brutality, and injustices in America.
https://infoweb.newsbank.com/apps/news/document-view?p=AWNB&docref=news/1467DF3D9B14E450&f=basic https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/a-civil-rights-watershed-in-biloxi-mississippi-20888869/ https://www.nps.gov/subjects/tellingallamericansstories/upload/civilrights_desegpublicaccom.pdf
TEACHING AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY AND ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY
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Hello, my name is Zhane. I teach African American and Asian American history 365 days a year :) Teaching history is my passion! I like to teach about the history that is commonly left out of history books. If you would like to have class at a...