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African American History || Henrietta Lacks | The first Immortal Human Cell Line

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Zhane A
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In this class, students will learn about an African American woman (Henrietta Lacks), who unknowingly helped advanced medical research and continues to save millions of lives through her immortal human cells.

Class experience

US Grade 4 - 7
Advanced Level
As an ESL Teacher and Tutor, I have taught classes on African American history, American Figures, Racism, and the civil rights movement for over 5 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. 
Like in my other class, we may talk about slavery, racism, inequality, civil rights, and the Jim Crow Laws
https://libraryguides.oswego.edu/c.php?g=191604&p=1264498
Book - The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot
Joined June, 2020
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Teacher expertise and credentials
Bachelor's Degree
Hello, I'm Zhane, and I am passionate about teaching  Black History, African American and Asian American history every day of the year! If you have specific preferences regarding the time or day for our class, please feel free to message me.

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Group Class

$10

per class
Meets once
30 min

Completed by 13 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 9-14
1-10 learners per class

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