Carrie Buck & The Intersectionality of "White Trash": Close Reading

Carrie Buck & The Intersectionality of "White Trash": Close Reading
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Overview:

Ever wonder why the term “White Trash” is racialized? Check out this Print & Go lesson plan where students learn about the intersection of race and class through an analysis of Carrie Buck’s story. Lesson #6 from Unit on Intersectionality.

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 Dependent Questions, Extension Activity, and Exit Ticket

2. Teacher Packet with exemplar answers for all questions

3. Teacher instructions for multiple ways to teach the content

Total Pages
10 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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