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There is a long tradition in African-American culture of using music to communicate beliefs, aspirations, observations, joys, despair, resistance, and more. In this course, students will explore the birth of that tradition through the music of slavery. Using spirituals, work chants, and recreational songs, students will learn about the struggles of daily life under slavery and how music reflected the daily lives of enslaved people and served as a form of rebellion. The class will begin...
Students will learn to use music as a primary source for learning about the experience of African-American slaves
I am currently a New York City public school teacher and have taught at both the middle school and high school levels. I have a BA in History from Pennsylvania State University and a MA in Social Studies Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, as well as a New York State professional teaching certification. I've completed the Level 3 certification from the Center For Racial Justice in Education and have led professional developments on discussing race in the classroom through the New York City Mastery Collaborative. I have a strong passion for music and have taught multiple music history classes, including History of the Blues, Rock n' Roll & Teenage Rebellion, and Hip-Hop History.
No homework will be assigned, but students are encouraged to share their reflections with their families
2 files available upon enrollmentStudents will be provided with all sources, lyrics sheets, and access to the playlist of songs used in this class
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour 10 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class will discuss sensitive topics, including race, discrimination, slavery, and violence. Topics will be handled sensitively and students will be given ample space to share their thoughts and feelings around these topics.
Take a Musical Journey Through History!
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Hi everyone and welcome to my profile! I'm incredibly excited for the opportunity to work with you and your students. I am currently a New York City public school teacher. Throughout my career, I've taught at both the high school and middle...