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What Does Oppression Mean: Close Reading
OverviewIn this Close Reading Students Discover Marilyn Frye's Bird Cage metaphor for oppression. Lesson from Lenses Unit, Close Reading #7.Who is This Curriculum Set Designed For?This Lesson is designed for high school and junior college students, though it can be adapted for middle school students
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What is Anti-Blackness: Close Reading
Overview:In this close reading lesson students learn about one of the 2 pillars that uphold white supremacy - Anti-Blackness, and how Anti-Blackness connects to racism. Lesson from Unit 2: Race, Close Reading #4.Who is This Curriculum Set Designed For?This Lesson is designed for high school and juni
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Critical Thinking Activities, Cogntive Bias: Nonfiction Close Reading, TED Talk
With no-prep nonfiction reading activities, poetry close reading, two engaging videos, and a fun quiz, these informative and engaging lessons on cognitive bias will push your students to consider fascinating questions about the way that the human brain works. —Why is it that when people are faced wi
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LatinX and Expanding Whiteness: Close Reading
Overview:Ever wonder why race identity check boxes often ask people to say if they are ‘white and not hispanic’, versus ‘hispanic’ or ‘LatinX’? This lesson covers the 3rd and current expansion of whiteness to include to LatinX, shedding light on our census. Lesson from Unit 2: Race, Close Reading #9
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ETHICS CIVICS  Business Law on Marriage Contracts > Discussions & Activities
“Spider in Your House” is a learning concept applicable to all situations. Learn how reactions to spiders are similar to real life problems. Students will engage in discussions and activities that employ SITUATION-SOLUTION-OUTCOME thinking when assessing choices and consequences.This PDF is in prese

Also included in: ETHICS CIVICS Business Law 3-Pack BUNDLE *Activities *Discussions *Exercises

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Honesty Lesson and PowerPoint
The goal of this lesson is to cause behavioral change in the learner. The learner will learn to define the skill as a pattern of behaviors that he or she has a choice over in their personal life. Through knowledge, goal setting, practice, and reflection, the learner will gain a new understanding
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How "Whiteness" was Made: Close Reading Lesson
Overview:Explore how and why Whiteness was created setting in motion racism & segregation. Lesson from Unit 2: Race, Close Reading #2.Who is This Curriculum Set Designed For?This Lesson is designed for high school and junior college students, though it can be adapted for middle school students.
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The Myth of Reverse Racism: Close Reading
Overview:In this close reading students discover why Reverse Racism is not actually a thing. Lesson from Unit 2: Race, Close Reading #3.Who is This Curriculum Set Designed For?This Lesson is designed for high school and junior college students, though it can be adapted for middle school students. It
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Racism & Undocumented People: Close Reading
Overview:In this lesson students learn about the intersection between racism and undocumented immigrants in the U.S. Lesson from Unit 2: Race, Close Reading #7.Who is This Curriculum Set Designed For?This Lesson is designed for high school and junior college students, though it can be adapted for mi
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The Erasure of Native People: Close Reading
Overview:Reading uncovers the Erasure of Native People in the U.S., one of the pillars upholding whiteness. Lesson from Race Unit, Close Reading #6.Who is This Curriculum Set Designed For?This Lesson is designed for high school and junior college students, though it can be adapted for middle school
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The Model Minority Myth: Close Reading
Overview:Students read about The "Model Minority" Myth, and explore statistics around different sub-groups of Asian Americans in the extension activity to demonstrate the myth. Lesson from Race, Close Reading #8.Who is This Curriculum Set Designed For?This Lesson is designed for high school and juni
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The Racialization of Islam: Close Reading
Overview:Students read about how Islam (a religion, not a race), is being racialized in America and the impact of this. Lesson from Unit 2: Race, Close Reading #9.Who is This Curriculum Set Designed For?This Lesson is designed for high school and junior college students, though it can be adapted for
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The Gettysburg Address:  Rhetorical Analysis and Modern-Day Connections
This is a one-day study of Lincoln’s “Gettysburg Address”. It includes historical context notes, a list of 50 tone words, a graphic organizer for analyzing rhetoric and tone, and three pages of constructed response questions.
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