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A comprehensive curriculum designed for use alongside the novel Sanctuary, by Paola Mendoza and Abby Sher. The 3-week Sanctuary novel unit is designed for high school students and the common core standards addressed are specific to 9th and 10th graders. However, the plan could easily be utilized by junior high students and 11/12th graders. Homeschool families may also find this unit valuable. When selecting this unit for your students it is important to consider the overall environment of your s
This is a bundle of all my Critical Race Theory resources:5 Resources/print & black/white/150+ pagesCRT/Allyship/Educator Guide/Antiracists Pedagogy/Cultural5 Relevant Pedagogy/Intersectionality
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Not Grade Specific
This lesson teaches students about the current debates raging over Critical Race Theory. It also teaches students what Critical Race Theory is, in respect to other Sociological theories like Conflict Theory, Functionalist Theory, Feminist Theory, Game Theory, etc. This resource includes informational texts, an activity, graphic organizer and Critical Thinking short answer task.Great for in class or distance learning.Please click the "Follow Me" link below to keep updated on all my new offerings!
Critical Race Theory: A Guide for EducatorsWhat's Included:Contents:What is Critical Race Theory?-Definition-Key TenantsImplications for K-12 EducationWhat is Cultural Responsive Pedagogy?What is Intersectionality?-DefinitionsDistinctions between Critical Race Theory & Cultural Relevant PedagogyEducational contexts Educational DataCritical Race Theory, Cultural Responsive Pedagogy, & IntersectionalityCritical thinking pagesNotes pageFormat:Color slidesColor pdfB/W slidesB/W pdfWhy you ne
This is a great 2 day lesson for an Ethnic Studies class to teach students about the history Ethnic Studies / Critical Race Theory and the controversies surrounding both. The lesson teaches the learning targets:I understand the argument for having Ethnic Studies as a counter narrativeI understand what Critical Race Theory isI understand the debate over Critical Race Theory and Ethnic StudiesAnd answers the essential questions:What is Ethnic Studies and how is it a counter narrative to traditiona
Critical Race Theory & Intersectionality: A Guide for EducatorsWhat's Included:Contents:What is Critical Race Theory?What is Intersectionality?-Definition-Key TenantsImplications for K-12 EducationResearch-based educational contextsObservations pagesNotes pagePosterFormat:Color slidesColor pdfB/W slidesB/W pdfWhy you need this resource:Presents an overview of CRT & Intersectionality/useful for PDs/helps develop understandings about the CRT & Intersectionality framework/terms and what
Critical Race Theory- Critical Race Movement Worksheet this is a worksheet I use in my Civil Rights unit. I have my students school a group in history that has been "hurt" or oppressed, and describe how it relates to the Critical Race Theory- Critical Race Movement. Then I have my students create an action plan and explain how they would create a movement based on the 6 elements used in the graphic organizer
This is an assorted list of primary and secondary sources meant to assist educators in helping their students, and themselves, become more knowledgeable on the topic of critical race theory. This bibliography includes references to books, articles, legal decisions, and other media that may be helpful in understanding more about the subject of critical race theory. These works may be most helpful in a classroom setting, but can be used in other settings as well. This downloadable PDF contains pri
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Critical Race Theory & Anti-racist Pedagogy: A Guide for EducatorsWhat's Included:Contents:What is Critical Race Theory?-Definition-Key TenantsWhat is Anti-racist Pedagogy?-DefinitionsImplications for K-12 EducationResearch-based educational contextsNotes pageFormat:Color slidesColor pdfB/W slidesB/W pdfWhy you need this resource:Presents an overview of CRT & Anti-racists Pedagogy/useful for PDs/helps develop understandings about the CRT & Anti-racists Pedagogy framework/terms and wh
Critical Race Theory (CRT): A Guide for EducatorsWhat's Included:DefinitionKey TenantsImplications for K-12 EducationEducational DataCritical thinking pagesAnti-racist posterReflection PageNotes pageFormat:Color slidesColor pdfB/W slidesB/W pdfWhy you need this resource:Presents a research-based overview of CRT/useful for PDs/helps develop understandings about the CRT framework/terms and what CRT framework/terms may look like in school contexts. Teacher-friendly language.*Intended as a resource
A fully-resourced, detailed and differentiated 2 hour lesson. Students will investigate whether racism is increasing in western countries by studying data and news articles as well as quotations from politicians and academics. Critical Race Theory is also explained in detail, with students exploring why there is so much strength of opinion both for and against CRT as an ideology as well as hearing views from black Brits who have differing opinions on racism in Britain.Includes: PowerPoint, work
CRT has become a "hot button" issue in the recent months and certain media outlets have chosen to exploit it without explaining its background nor giving an accurate description of its tenets. This powerpoint slideshow is a valuable resource for teachers and facilitators to quickly grasp the main tenets of CRT while deciding how they might frame a debate or discussion for their students. I've provided several descriptions of CRT as well as a synthesis of its "opponents" who have made it, unreaso
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11th - 12th, Higher Education, Staff
Extremely brief ppt on what CRT is and isn't... and the fact that uncomfortable history needs to be taught.
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Current events are important to cover in the classroom especially when they deal with educational policy. This assignment allows students to learn about the idea of Critical Race theory while identifying bias as well as the implications (positive/negative) that critical race theory plays in U.S. classrooms. This is a great assignment to get students discussing and collaborating a highly debated topic in the U.S.
Critical Race Theory & Allyship: A Guide for EducatorsWhat's Included:Contents:What is Critical Race Theory?What is Allyship?-Definitions-Key TenantsImplications for K-12 EducationPD PagesNotes pageFormat:Color slidesColor pdfB/W slidesB/W pdfWhy you need this resource:Presents an overview of CRT & Allyshipy/useful for PDs/helps develop understandings about the CRT & Allyship framework/terms and what CRT & Allyship framework/terms may look like in school contexts. Editable and ca
This essay takes the form of a performance task which asks students to take a position and make use of Critical Race Theory in their analysis of the novel Beloved. It was designed for an AP Literature course.
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11th - 12th, Higher Education
Are you anxious about whether and how to teach "CRT"? (Or perhaps wondering whether you'll even be allowed to, depending which state you live in.) If so, you're not alone! This pdf includes maps that outline the key arguments on both sides of the topic, as well as discussion questions. To access the web-based version which includes links to all sources for quotes and evidence, click here.
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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Staff
**Updated to provide new information in section #18 (and for language/grammar edits)**This Word document has 29 sections that function as writing prompts related to U.S. History, with an emphasis on issues of equity, critical race theory, and antiracism. Each section has personal response and research questions for students to consider. I left it in Word so instructors can modify the prompts to suit their needs. The packet has over 40 sources and is 47 pages long (about 17,000 words). Some secti
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Not Grade Specific
This is an assorted list of primary and secondary sources meant to assist educators in helping their students, and themselves, become more knowledgeable on the topic of critical race theory. This bibliography includes references to books, articles, legal decisions, and other media that may be helpful in understanding more about the subject of critical race theory. These works may be most helpful in a classroom setting, but can be used in other settings as well.
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
During the pandemic, after numerous racial injustices and accumulation of others in the past, racial equity has become a prioritized discussion in education.  And now teachers are in need of resources and are searching not only for information on what Critical Race Theory is but also how to teach it and incorporate it into core content areas to achieve culturally responsive practices.
This interactive lecture lesson explores the following ideas:1) What is social critical theory?2) What are social structures?3) What do we mean when we say race, class, and gender are social structures?4) How does our knowledge of these things help us analyze literature?This is a great lesson for advanced students who are ready to extend the meanings of the texts they are studying. Great for students who are eager to make connections between their schoolwork and some of the most important and ch
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10th - 12th
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This guide suggests readings that can be used as an introduction to Critical Race Theory. Teachers are also encouraged to explore the Critical Race Theory mini-unit for middle/high school.
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Staff
This resource can be used for a wide variety texts and genres. This is an intentional resources that provides an additional focus with racial construct in literature, films, poetry etc. It also allows students to think critically how race and gender impacts the psychological lens of the character, the intersectionality of race, gender and socio-economic status, including how archetypes influence stereotypes. These cards can be used for learning stations, independent tasks, and class discussio
Some would call this unit critical race theory. I call it U.S. History. Would you care to have your students visit the Jim Crow South of the depression era? If so, here is a short story unit that may be completed in a period or two. I've included the story, two comprehension activities, a matching quiz and a puzzle. Dogwood Dream won the New Millennium prize for short fiction in 2011 and is a favorite of mine. It could lead to a discussion of the Great Depression and of Jim Crow's systematic
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