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Black History for Kids Beyond Black History Month with Oral Skills Practice and Writing Basics- One Session Introductory Class
The purpose of this course is to study lesser discussed Black History Events and Figures while improving oral and basic writing skills.
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Introductory Class The Introductory Class will cover Tulsa's Black Wall Street and the Black Dollar Movements. All participants in the class will receive a $30 credit toward the 4-week course. Full Course Description In this course, the students will learn about Black History Figures who were instrumental in shaping American History. We will use autobiographies, biographies, text books, videos, movies, and current news items to help shape the discussion. During the class, the children...
The goal in this class is for students to learn new (or more in-depth) information about Black History events and figures who are not covered in standard text books. A large portion of the learning will include learning about Black History outside of Africa and the Americas.
I am an 19-year practicing attorney with a minor in history and seven years of teaching experience. For the past six years, history has been one of our homeschool's focal points. Hands-on history is my passion.
Each week, the students should present a written paragraph on a Black History event or figure of their choice. For the final class, the participants will have a five paragraph writing assignment.
Parents may purchase the following books for their home libraries, "100 African-Americans Who Shaped American History (Chrisanne Beckner)," "What Color Is My World, (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar)" "Black History (Great Kings and Queens of Africa): Kids Edition (Stephen Jones, Sr.)," "Black Pioneers of Science and Invention (Louis Haber)," and "1001 Things Everyone Should Know About African American History (Jeffrey C. Stewart)." These books are optional and may be purchased on Amazon.
Learners are assessed by their class participation and completion of written assignments. The assessment will be provided via e-mail to parents.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Nicole HuffmanLawyer, Teacher, and Homeschooler
3 total reviews
10 completed classes
Hi! I am a homeschooling lawyer from Houston, Texas. I have an educational and career background in teaching and writing. I actively advocate on behalf of providing children a hands-on, world learning experience. My favorite subjects to teach are...