Code Switching Lesson Plan Discussion Cards Self Reflection The Hate You Give

Code Switching Lesson Plan Discussion Cards Self Reflection The Hate You Give
Code Switching Lesson Plan Discussion Cards Self Reflection The Hate You Give
Code Switching Lesson Plan Discussion Cards Self Reflection The Hate You Give
Code Switching Lesson Plan Discussion Cards Self Reflection The Hate You Give
Code Switching Lesson Plan Discussion Cards Self Reflection The Hate You Give
Code Switching Lesson Plan Discussion Cards Self Reflection The Hate You Give
Code Switching Lesson Plan Discussion Cards Self Reflection The Hate You Give
Code Switching Lesson Plan Discussion Cards Self Reflection The Hate You Give
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  1. Two products in one. BOTH are excellent to use before, during, and after reading the book The Hate You Give, or watching the movie. The character map can act as a movie guide or reading guide for both. The Code Switching lesson is a great background knowledge builder, particularly for those who exp
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  2. This bundle includes a 30+ pages of instruction and follow up activities to address the issues of code switching and microaggressions in educational spaces. Both products are intended for use with middle school and high school aged students.
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Code Switching

A Lesson in Understanding, Acceptance, and Respect

Dear Teacher and Counselor Friends,

Code switching, or the act of using different languages or language variations in different situations to convey the same message, is often misunderstood.

Many students, minority and bilingual students in particular, find it necessary to code switch in order to successfully navigate two “worlds”, if you will. The idea of changing ones diction, dialect, and use of the English language is not to be misunderstood with miseducation. It is a survival tool of sorts that helps children, adolescents, and even adults appropriately and comfortably manage various social, educational, and professional situations.

This lesson plan was created out of necessity for colleagues , friends., and students. It can be taught in 1-3 parts .

If teaching in 2 days, stop after letter B of the whole group discussion on day 1. Then complete the rest of the lesson on day 2.

If teaching in 3 days, use the following guide

Day 1- Stop after letter A of the whole group discussion.

Day 2-Stop after letter C of the whole group discussion.

Day 3-Complete the rest of the lesson.

*This lesson is also an excellent background knowledge builder for reading the book The Hate You Give. or even for watching the movie. If watching the movie, I recommend watching in 3 parts, and following the 3 day teaching guide, with instruction occurring immediately prior to viewing.

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