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“Free At Last!: Story of Martin Luther King, Jr.” by Angela Bull - Pdf and Nearpod lesson Google Classroom Ready This resource includes: Background informationPre, during and post-reading activities Comprehension Questions Text to self questionsTopics covered: segregation, inequality and equality, e
Use this social story with your client or child to help them understand terms like prejudice, racism, anti-racism, protesting, and more. Beginning to talk to a child about race and prejudice can feel uncomfortable, but these are necessary lessons at a young age. With this visually engaging and kid-f
This free social story is a great tool for explaining what racism is to elementary students with disabilities. Social stories are often used for students diagnosed with ASD, but can be an effective resource for all students with disabilities! Racism is explained in a story format with visual example
This social story is intended to be used as a resource for diverse learners in order to explain the idea of racism. It includes an overview of what racism looks like, how it can feel, why is it wrong, and some actions everyone can take to try to counter racism. It is appropriate for young elementary
The intention of this presentation is to bring awareness and educate children about racism. It also labels the behaviour for some children who have had these experiences but were unaware that it was racism they were facing. It is meant to be used as a tool to promote discussion. The children's quest
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Social story introducing what racism is, why we need to fight against it, and ways we can fight against it. (part of a social justice curriculum)These social stories are created for my students who have IDDs. My students are 13-17 but can be used for different age levels.
This is useful for students that need support to understand when it is appropriate to use the word racist.
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2nd - 3rd
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This is a social story that introduces internalized, interpersonal, institutional, and structural. This is an introduction and does not go too In-depth on each but introduces these types of racism including examples. It also gives examples of some ways to take direct action. These social stories are
★★★★★This unit begins with 14 lessons that delve into the complexities of diversity and racism. Using Beverly Daniel Tatum's' article "The Complexity of Identity: 'Who Am I ?'" students work through several complicated identity and race issues.  These activities are the perfect introduction to the s
A growing collection of social stories to help promote positive behaviors in students! Here are the social stories included: 1.) Being Told 'no'2.) Elopement3.) I Need a Break4.) Talking to my Friends5.) We Have a New Student6.) Size of the Problem7.) My Teacher is Absent8.) Going to Gym9.) Going to
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We watch a lot of news in my household. We have conversations with the kids about things that happen around the world all the time. If you had conversations about race and racism with your kids, but feel that you need to revisit, then this story is for you!Also, if you are looking for a starting poi
I often will have students who are very intolerant of anyone who talks different or even acts different. I also have kids who seem totally unaware of some of the things they say as being highly offensive to others. This social story does a great job of talking about all kinds of differences in peo
WHAT'S INCLUDED:This product contains a PDF document as well as a link that will give you access to an editable version of this story.The PDF document can be printed or projected on a big screen. Each page includes a question that can be used to spark class and group discussions. The printed version
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These 6 social stories touch upon very real and sensitive social justice topics. Social Justice is a concept where there is a belief that all people should have equal access to wealth, health, privilege, opportunity, and well being. These topics are important for young people to understand and be ab
Social Justice Scenario Cards for Middle School (distance learning compatible)Whether learning in-person or virtually, discussing the social justice issues of today doesn't have to be difficult for your middle school students with this set of 10 Social Justice Scenario Cards. With a BONUS context cl
“Désirée’s Baby” is a short story by Kate Chopin published in 1893. The story is set in Louisiana during the mid-nineteenth century, or the Antebellum South period. At the time, rich, white slaveowners were at the top of the social hierarchy. This story intertwines themes of racism and sexism throug
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8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Ruby Bridges was an important Black American girl! One small girl contributed in big ways in the CIvil Rights Movement. Ruby was the first AfricanBlack child to attend an all-white school in America. This Google Slide activity pack includes embedded video readalouds of The Story of Ruby Bridges by E
Often our concrete thinkers require social stories that are very specific to their particular behavior or incident. This product is a Social Story intended to help any ASD or lower cog client learn "Expected" social behaviors when they are mad and/or if they have misinterpreted someone's comments. I
This is a comprehensive list of 167 diverse children’s books for classroom or home. Information includes book title, author, Lexile score, and primary diverse group representation. The purpose of this list is twofold:1. Representation. Provide children with books with main characters and story lines
Anti-Racism & Police Brutality in the Black Lives Matter Movement (BLM) In 2014, the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Eric Garner in New York City, Tamir Rice in Cleveland and too many others caused waves of nationwide protest and appeals for stronger protections against police brutality. T
WHAT'S INCLUDED:This product contains a PDF document as well as a link that will give you access to an editable version of this story.The PDF document can be printed or projected on a big screen. Each page includes a question that can be used to spark class and group discussions. The printed version
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This is a great resource for helping students jump start their creative writing! This lesson plan can be used in multiple ways - as journal prompts, class essay work, homework or research and discussion.44 Story Starters focuses on issues facing teenagers today, such as self esteem, peer pressure, r
This five part unit is designed to engage learners in literature reading (appreciation and comprehension). Students will explore the social consequences of racism, the scientific life-cycle, and the animal nature of humankind. Students are expected to reflect on the deeper meaning behind human beh
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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Topic: Denmark, culture, fighting racism through knowledge and acceptance of diversity. Social studies, reading, writing, vocabulary, drawing, games, drama. Hello,This resource is part of a series of seventy ebooks that will teach your students about the culture of the countries in the world. One of

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