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The African American Barbie Doll: Learn the History and Show and Tell!
Calling all Barbie fans! In this one-time course, learners will learn the history of Black Barbie dolls and will have an opportunity to show-and-tell about their own Black (and/or non-Black) Barbie dolls.
Faith Daphne, MAT
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In this class, learners will enjoy spending time with other Barbie lovers as they learn how the Black Barbie doll came to be. I will teach this lesson via slides, video clips, and discussion. After the history lesson, learners will be able to enjoy a show and tell with their own Black (and/or non-Black) Barbie dolls. They will interact via disussions and questioning amongst myself and one another about their Barbie items. They can feel free to go all out and share ALL of their Barbie...
Students will learn and/or practice the following in this course: ✦Active listening ✦Accountable talk (appropriate behaviors during a discussion, i.e. taking turns, adding on to what someone said, asking questions, etc.) ✦Cooperation ✦The history of the Black Barbie doll
I am certainly a Barbie fan. As a child. I had the full gamut of Barbie "stuff": Barbie Dream House, Barbie Corvette, Barbie swimming pool (I think that was a thing, lol!), etc. I had all kinds and races of Barbie dolls, Ken dolls, etc. Therefore, due to my past history with this doll, I think I am a great fit for teaching a class on this topic. If your child is a Barbie fan like me, I hope to see her (or him :) in class!
Learners should bring at least one Barbie doll (preferably a Black one) to class for our show and tell. They can also bring their other Barbie 'stuff" to share as well.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Faith Daphne, MAT
Veteran Elementary Educator
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
31 total reviews
49 completed classes
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