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Breaking the Rules: Defiant Women in US History
Black History Month-Trailblazing Black Women in American History for Young Learners!
In this ongoing class, we will learn about key black women in American history, past & present
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Once per week
learners per class
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Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
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In this ongoing class, learners will learn about bold black women in American history in a fun, captivating, and exciting way! Each class will begin with a question of the day to get the learners thinking about the historical figure of note. The class will segway into a presentation that will include a short bio, historical facts, and information on each historical figure. Pictures, videos, and quotes will be used to help students get an idea of what life was like for each historical woman....
My goal is to help students learn that black history is American history. In this class, I seek to elevate black female voices and show learners the incredible impact they had and continue to have on our world.
I have experience teaching black history to learners ages 10 and under for 3 years in my local homeschool co-op. I also took courses in my undergraduate and post-graduate years which support my knowledge in this subject area. The following courses aided in my knowledge of American history. HIS 302 Race and Segregation HIS 344 The New South HIS 403 African American History: Selected Topics
Paper & pencil will be needed in each class. Students will be notified in advance if more supplies are needed.
30 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Primary Source: "Color is Life": Alma Woodsey Thomas in Josephine Withers, Women Artists in Washington Collections (University of Maryland Art Gallery and Women's Caucus for Art, 1979) Secondary Source: "Little Leaders Bold Women in Black History," by Vashti Harrison Tertiary Sources: Archive.org, encyclopedia.com Week of February 8, 2022- Maya Angelou Primary Source: "And Still I Rise," by Maya Angelou Secondary Source: "Little Leaders Bold Women in Black History," by Vashti Harrison Tertiary Sources: Archive.org, encyclopedia.com, NAACP.org Week of February 15, 2022- Sojourner Truth Primary Source: Narrative of Sojourner Truth Secondary Source: "Little Leaders Bold Women in Black History," by Vashti Harrison Tertiary Sources: Archive.org, encyclopedia.com, NAACP.org Week of February 22, 2022, Ruby Bridges Primary source Ruby bridges go to school – my true story by the Scholastic reader Secondary Source: "Little Leaders Bold Women in Black History," by Vashti Harrison Tertiary Source: Archive.org, encyclopedia.com, NAACP.org
Brittanie HendrickI Teach Scholars of Excellence!
118 total reviews
38 completed classes
Hello Parents! My name is teacher Brittanie! I live in North Carolina and have been an online teacher and homeschool mom for over 5 years now! I have a bachelor's degree in Communications and hold two ESL certifications (TEFL and TESOL). I have...