African American History: The Fearless Malcolm X || Black History
In this class, students will learn about Malcolm X and why is known as one of America's most fearless civil rights leaders.
US Grade 3 - 6
In this class, students will learn about one of the most fearless leaders in American History, Malcolm X. They will learn the history about his early life and why he is an important historical figure today. We will talk about him as a person and as a civil rights activist. They will be able to understand how his beliefs with the civil rights movement were different from Dr. Martin Luther Kings beliefs when it came to fighting for the civil rights of African Americans. They will also learn how...
As an ESL Teacher and Tutor, I have taught classes on African American history, American Figures, 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. I have taken many African American courses and surrounding black 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.
Students will learn about social injustice, racism, violence including Malcolm X's beliefs and how it corresponded to his life.
Meet the teacher
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. I...
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Live video meetings
1-8 learners per class