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One Crazy Summer: What's It Like to Go to a Summer Camp With the Black Panthers?
One Crazy Summer is an historical fiction novel that explores family dynamics, the Civil Rights Movement, and the African American experience through the eyes of three Black girls from Brooklyn, 1968. A perfect read for Black History Month.
Professor Kibibi Oyo
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One Crazy Summer is about three African American sisters, Dalphine (age 11), Vonetta (age 9), and Fern (age 7). They are sent to California alone to spend the summer with their mother, who they don't even know. When they arrive in Oakland in the summer of 1968, their mom wants nothing to do with them. She makes them eat Chinese takeout dinners, forbids them to go in the kitchen, and has mysterious visitors with afros and black berets. Rather than spend time with them, their mom sends them to...
Students will need a copy of the book, "One Crazy Summer," by Rita Williams-Garcia. A notebook or journal for taking notes and writing.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
According to Scholastic the reading level for this book is grades 3-8 and interest level is for grades 4-7. According to Common Sense Media the themes in this book are appropriate for ages 11 and up. WHAT PARENTS NEED TO KNOW Parents need to know that this Newbery Honor Book is a gem. Without violence, bad language, or sex, this story honestly explores the journey -- both physical and emotional -- made by three girls to visit their estranged mother. Delphine and her sisters are thoughtful, delightful characters. Cecile (the mother) abandoned her three daughters when they were infants and makes no apology for it -- she doesn't want them to visit her and she barely cares for them. But there is more to Cecile's character than just being a deadbeat mom, as she represents changing times in America. The story is set in 1968 Oakland, California, and as such, civil action and unrest are part of the story, but are subtle and informational rather than direct and preachy.
BRITANNICA KIDS https://kids.britannica.com/kids/article/Black-Panther-Party/632762#:~:text=Initially%2C%20the%20purpose%20of%20the,and%20a%20children's%20breakfast%20program. HISTORY.COM https://www.history.com/topics/black-history/civil-rights-movement INTERVIEWS Students will also be interviewing individuals who were old enough during 1968 to remember things happening in the news.
Professor Kibibi OyoReading is Fundamental!
326 total reviews
224 completed classes
I believe education should be student-centered. The content should be relevant and customized for the student who you are teaching. I take time to get to know my students and fully understand their individual goals. Although I have been teaching...