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Leadership Poster Project for National Honor Society
This is a project that any group interested in leadership can complete. I currently use it for National Junior Honor Society, but it can be used in National Honor Society as well. Students will interview a community leader, and will create a poster reflecting the interview. The interview is guided b

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Learning Freedom, Justice, and Empathy: Dave the Slave Potter & Poet
This is a unit with two lessons on the "big idea" themes of Freedom, Justice, and Empathy. The unit includes "Big Ideas", "Essential Questions", and "Goals" for the unit and each lesson includes a list of discussion questions, objectives/ activities/ outcomes forms of assessment, and an excellent li

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Service Project Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.
REAL-WORLD PROJECT that you can begin in the classroom and then let the students themselves apply outside of the classroom! This service project was created in honor of Dr. King’s “Six Steps of Nonviolent Social Change” published in 1963 in “Letter from Birmingham Jail.”**Works great for individual,

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Literacy- Chinese MLK Free Write
This MLK Free Write goes with my PPT on Dr. Martin Luther King. You can find my PPT on Dr. King here: Feel free to check out my blog for more Chinese teaching ideas!

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Anti-Racism 101: Forms of Racism Professional Development
The purpose of this staff professional development session is: 1) Define the different forms of racism2) Identify how racism “shows up” in our schools 3) Examine your school’s for racism It is an introductory course about the types of racism. It builds to an examination of each participant's classro

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Percent Analysis of American Slavery and Segregation Timeline
In this product, students will analyze a timeline of slavery and segregation in America to understand and compare proportionally how long slavery and segregation have existed versus equality.  Students will convert these proportional rates into percentages and make inferences about how the percentag

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Your Voice Matters! Start the Conversation in Your Classroom
I originally created this resource because I felt that I needed to provide an opportunity for my 8th-grade students to voice their thoughts and opinions concerning the nation and worldwide events (BLM, abuse of power, etc). I posted this assignment on my Instagram Story to share with people how you

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