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U.S. Westward Expansion - Opportunity or Oppression? Reading & Writing Activity

Interactive U.S. Westward Expansion lesson! This lesson has students decide if the American West during Manifest Destiny expansion was a place of opportunity or oppression for different groups, including homesteaders, cowboys, women, African Americans, Mexicans, Native Americans, and Chinese immigrants. Students work in small groups (or independently) to learn about the experiences of these groups using secondary and primary sources. After completely a graphic organizer and a class discussion (o

Privilege & Oppression Unit - High School Ethnic Studies, Sociology, English +

Would you like to address these sensitive topics but aren’t sure how? This comprehensive thematic unit on Privilege and Oppression address relevant topics with a respectful approach. Low-prep—includes plans, slides with engaging activities, PDF worksheets, and assessments. High School resource that could be used in 8th grade and work for digital learning. These compelling lessons can enhance multiple courses such as Sociology, Ethnic Studies, History, or English. Provides interactive social jus

The Four I's of Oppression

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Street Knowledge
A useful vocabulary template for teaching the four aspects of oppression as an interrelated system: Ideological, Institutional, Interpersonal, and Internalized. UPDATE: this now includes an example sheet that uses direct quotes from Donald Trump to explain Toxic Pathological Masculinity.WARNING: We at Street Knowledge do not believe in censorship. We did not censor direct quotes from the 45th President of the United States of America or the victims of his behavior. You are welcome to do so if yo

Lesson: 4 I's of Oppression

Many ethnic studies and social justice educators use the 4 I's of Oppression (internalized, interpersonal, institutional, ideological) framework to help students understand inequality. This framework is the foundation for understanding history and social change. However, the 4 I's of Oppression can be challenging to scaffold for secondary-level students, but with these resources, your students will be able to define, differentiate, and create their own examples of the 4 I's of Oppression by the

Ideological Oppression & the "Model Minority" Myth

Created by
Megan Volger
This is a great 3-4 day lesson for an Ethnic Studies or United States History class to teach students about ideological oppression through the creation and perpetuation of the "model minority" myth. The lesson teaches the learning targets:I can recognize aspects of ideological oppression in American society and understand how it shows up in everyday American life.I understand how different tools are used to perpetuate ideological oppression.And answers the essential question:What can you do to c

Black. Stepping Out from Oppression and Into Power. The Social Justice Fight

Created by
Ebonee Weathers
This module includes: -Teacher's Guide with suggested pacing, FAQs, "How to deal with Racist Remarks," "Engaging in difficult Conversations," etc. -4 ELA Content Standards-Based Lessons "Black Lives Matter" "Take A Knee" "Loving vs. Virginia" "Rodney King and the LA Riots" Each lesson contains: *Anchor Text *Supplemental Texts (articles, videos, infographics) *Discussion Questions *Vocabulary *Performance Task *Social Justice Work *Standards Alignment (CCCS)

Origins of Racial Oppression in the US No Prep Lesson | Includes Digital Option

Origins of Racial Oppression in the US No Prep Lesson: PowerPoint, Reading Passage, Activities, QuizThis resource pack is a no prep complete lesson (GOOGLE version included!) about the origins of racial oppression in the US that includes 3-5 days of materials. Audios of the reading passage & quiz are included. This is perfect for students with read aloud accommodations. This resource can also be easily used for distance/digital learning because all components are available in a digital forma

Exploring Identity, Privilege & Oppression

Why are some identities granted social privileges more than others? How does oppression manifest on ideological, institutional, interpersonal, and internalized levels? In this unit, students will explore their various identities and the ways in which oppression and privilege manifest in American society. Students will use the 4 I's of Oppression as a framework to analyze one oppressed social group (-ism) in a focus group.

Colonial Power, Colonization, & Oppression (Unit 2 Bundle)

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Since 7
This is developed with the new social studies standards. This unit is focused on the big/guiding question: How can power lead to oppression?Lessons/Activities Included:Vocabulary: Google Slide with NearPod ActivitiesVocabulary Exit Slip: Google Slidehierarchypoweroppressiongovernmentindentured servantsupply & demandPower in the Colonies: PreziGoogle Slide Notes ActivitySlavery-A System of Control and Oppression: Google Slide with NearPod ActivitiesColonial Society: Google Slide with NearPod

4 I's of Oppression: Lesson Plan, PowerPoint, Graphic Organizer Bundle

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Katrina Stacie
After hunting through the internet for a good lesson on 4 I's of Oppression, I decided to create my own since I wanted to be really careful and intentional about how I was delivering such an important foundational lesson for my U.S. History and Ethnic Studies courses. I created an 18-slide lesson with an accompanying graphic organizer that has worked really well in online, hybrid, and in-person class settings (9th-12th grade). What you'll get:An interactive (and adaptable) 18-slide PowerPoint le

Social Studies - Social Justice 12 - Religious Oppression

Social Studies - Social Justice Religious Oppression (Grade 12 BC curriculum) 61 slides1 week's worth of lessons Outline:K-W-LWhat is religion?Main religionsWhat is religious oppression?Why is there religious oppression?Religious Oppression around the worldDiscussion/ Debate - How can we resolve these conflicts that arise from religious oppression?

Privilege & Oppression, Bias & the Single Story, Intolerance v. Allyship Units

Relevant and versatile—infuse these compelling units into multiple topics in History and diverse literature in English. This resource could also be used in electives such as Sociology or Ethnic Studies. Comprehensive thematic units on Privilege and Oppression, Bias and the Single Story, and Intolerance vs. Allyship with lessons that provide a foundation for understanding social justice. High School resource that could be used in 8th grade and work for digital learning. Low-prep—includes plans, s

Immigration, Oppression, and Resistance: Concept Formation Lesson

How have immigrants and oppressed groups fought back against legal and social exclusion throughout US History? This lesson helps students create a conceptual framework for ACTIVE RESISTANCE against unjust policies & social norms. This middle school-friendly lesson guides students through the inquiry process to uncover the nature of active resistance against injustice. It is a great backdrop for any social justice social studies curriculum, requires critical thinking, and promotes high-quali

Interpersonal Oppression

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Megan Volger
This is a great 2-3 day lesson for an Ethnic Studies or United States History class to teach students about Interpersonal Oppression. The lesson teaches the learning targets:I can recognize aspects of interpersonal oppression in American society and understand how it shows up in everyday life.I understand how marginalized groups respond to oppression in efforts to combat it.And answers the essential questions:What should be the consequences of interpersonal oppression?How can we prevent interper

Oppression and Rebellion in The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood: Essay

How does Atwood explore the relationship between oppression and rebellion In The Handmaid’s Tale?Atwood describes her 1985 novel The Handmaid’s Tale as belonging to the genre of ‘speculative fiction.’ She has stated that, “This is a book about what happens when certain casually held attitudes about women are taken to their logical conclusions.”* The logical conclusion for her, then, is ceremonious rape and the complete dehumanisation of womankind. Writing against the backdrop of an increasingly

Systemic Oppression: Growing Resource Bundle

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Teaching Dissent
This bundle of teaching resources is designed to help educators teach their students about systemic oppression and its impact on society. The bundle includes a critical reading lesson and discussion guide that explores the question "What does it mean to be oppressed?" as well as a review activity using the "I have/who has" game format. The bundle also includes an academic vocabulary study using the Frayer Model to explore the 16 elements of oppression and word wall posters for each of these elem

Introduction to the 4 I's of Oppression

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Megan Volger
This is a great 1 day lesson for an Ethnic Studies or United States History class to teach students about the 4 I's of Oppression (Ideological, Institutional, Interpersonal, and Internalized). The lesson teaches the learning targets:I can recognize aspects of ideological oppression in American society and understand how it shows up in everyday life.I can recognize aspects of institutional oppression in American society and understand how it shows up in everyday life.I can recognize aspects of in

Sin, Oppression, Deliverance Bundle: LESSON/SLIDES Sunday School Bible Lesson

Sin, Oppression, Deliverance A Survey of the Book of Judges This lesson/activity is suitable for students in grades 4-8 and is a great resource for Christian school and home schooling classroom, Sunday School lessons or youth groups activities. Lesson Flow: In this lesson we begin and end with a timeless verse from Judges 21:25: “In those days, there was no king in Israel. Everyone did what was right in his own eyes.” In fact, this verse is repeated no less than four times in the book so it is a

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. It provides close reading lessons for any Social Studies or English Language Arts class rooted in social justice.Lesson includes:1. Student packet with a Do First Activity, Close Reading and Text De

Sin, Oppression, Deliverance: A Survey of Judges Sunday School Bible Curriculum

Sin, Oppression, Deliverance A Survey of the Book of Judges This lesson/activity is suitable for students in grades 4-8 and is a great resource for Christian school and home schooling classroom, Sunday School lessons or youth groups activities. Lesson Flow: In this lesson we begin and end with a timeless verse from Judges 21:25: “In those days, there was no king in Israel. Everyone did what was right in his own eyes.” In fact, this verse is repeated no less than four times in the book so it is a

Religious Oppression in History: Unit, Literature, Quiz Game

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Beyond Mommying
The Big Ideas through History program Unit 21 Bundle includes Unit 21: Religious Oppression which includes sections on the Holy Inquisitions, Colonial Missionaries, Witch Hunts, and the Spaniards, plus the accompanying Unit 21 Quiz Show Game and Historic Text and Literature Resource for A Brief Account of the Destruction of the Indies by Bartolome de las Casas.Rather than cover topics of world history chronologically, Big Ideas through History is taught through the exploration of the big ideas

3 levels of oppression scenarios: institutional, interpersonal, or internalized

Students can use this worksheet in order to practice the 3 Levels of Oppression. There is an answer key on the bottom 2 pages.

Social Studies - Social Justice 12 - Religious Oppression Quiz

Social Studies - Social Justice 12 - Religious Oppression Quiz10 questions multiple choice and true or falseanswer key
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