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"Whale Rider" (PG-13) is a beautiful film that will expose students to traditional Maori culture, as well as themes of change, inter-generational relationships, gender roles, love and redemption. In the story, the community's chief is determined to
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"An American Girl Story – Melody 1963: Love Has to Win" follows popular American Girl, Melody as she speaks out against racial injustice in Detroit, 1963. The film explores themes of racial inequality and courage in an age appropriate manner. This
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"Kit Kittredge - An American Girl" is set during the Great Depression and follows a community's struggles to survive the crisis. Kit is an ambitious and caring young girl who provides a positive role model. This study guide includes open-ended
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"Felicity - An American Girl Adventure" is set just before the American Revolutionary War and follows a colony's struggle to define loyalty and trust amidst crisis. Felicity is a spirited and compassionate young girl who provides a positive role
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"Fiddler of the Roof" takes place in the Pale of Settlement in Imperial Russia in 1905. The film beautifully depicts a Jewish family's faith, village life and traditions while exposing the reality of the discrimination and violence they faced on
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Miguel is a young boy who dreams of becoming a famous musician in small town, colonial Mexico. His family forbids this dream and encourages him to work in the family shoe business instead. When Miguel defies his family, he finds himself on an
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"Hidden Figures" tells the story of three African-American women who work for NASA as "human computers" during the Space Race. This curriculum explores the Cold War and the scientific contributions of Catherine Johnson, Mary Jackson and Dorothy
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During the period from 1905-1964, Australia implemented a program in which it removed "half-caste" children (Aboriginal and white) from their homes for the purpose of erasing their Aboriginal identity and training them for domestic or manual labor.
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This extension packet will provide fun reinforcement for your lesson on Imperial China and the Great Wall of China. It includes a research question worksheet, a map activity and a project prompt for students to create their own wall. Great for group
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"Samantha: An American Girl Holiday" follows popular American Girl, Samantha, as she moves against social norms of her time to befriend Nellie, a servant girl. The film explores themes of friendship, equality, child labor, class division and
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"Samantha: An American Girl Holiday" follows popular American Girl, Samantha, as she moves against social norms of her time to befriend Nellie, a servant girl. The film explores themes of friendship, equality, child labor, class division and women's
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"Molly: An American Girl on the Home Front" is set during World War II and follows a young girl as she learns about sacrifice and resourcefulness during the crisis. This study guide includes open-ended questions to stimulate thoughtful, Socratic
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In "The Midwife's Apprentice", an adolescent girl lives in poverty, stealing scraps and sleeping in a dung heap. The girl becomes the apprentice to a local midwife and, over time, develops into a competent young lady with a dream. This Newberry
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

HumanKind Education was founded to provide stimulating educational experiences that help all students grow in competence and excitement about learning. Our expertise includes professional mental health, social work, anthropology and women's health care.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Our curriculum is designed to challenge students and promote growth. We employ Socratic questioning in our literature and social studies curriculum that teaches students to think critically, searching for answers that lie in the core, rather than at the surface. Our health curriculum is thoughtfully created in an age appropriate and inclusive manner that teaches children to respect the bodies and minds of themselves and others.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

The founder and lead teacher of HumanKind Education, Johanna England Chavez, has a B.A. in Anthropology, with a minor in English Literature and a Master of Social Work from the University of Houston.

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