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American History: Semester Course Part 1 Pre-Contact to the Civil War
African American History: Civil Rights
In this course, young historians will use literature and discussion to understand the Civil Rights Movement.
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$18 per class
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Over 4 weeks
45 minutes per class
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Each week, we will use a book to explore a different aspect of the Civil Rights Movement. As we read, we will discuss the characters perspectives and motives. Additional supplemental materials and discussion will be provided in the classroom. Week 1: This week we will read a story about a little boy experiencing desegregation of schools. Your historian will explore the feelings of both the Caucasian and the African American characters during this tumultuous time. Supplemental videos on...
Students will gain an understanding of the Civil Rights Movement.
I have worked in very diverse public schools for about 10 years. I am passionate about teaching learners about equality through literature.
No materials are needed for this course.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Week 4 does include mention of the Black Lives Matter Movement, however, it is brief and there is no mention of the violence and riots. Given recent events, learners often bring up the protests and violence. I allow the students to share their feelings and we talk about safe ways to voice their concerns, keeping the discussion age appropriate. Please feel free to message me with any questions you may have about what will be shared. I am happy to share this with you ahead of time. The Ku Klux Klan is NOT discussed in this course. This course is focused on the peaceful protests in the Civil Rights movement.
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266 total reviews
298 completed classes
I am a licensed teacher in the state of Virginia and have worked in the public school system for about 10 years. I have known my whole life that I was meant to be a teacher. (Ever since I taught my baby sister her alphabet when I was 5, anyway.) ...