Josiah Majetich Design

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Josiah Majetich Design
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Creating classroom materials which affirm the identities of diverse learners within the curriculum with an emphasis on appealing design for learners in a world in which design in education often lags behind design in other fields.
 
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These printable resources are to be used as handouts, exercises, and worksheet for facilitating discussions on identity, privilege, and intersectionality. These materials were used by grades 5 - 8 in a social justice education class. Identities and
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Nativist Cartoon Analysis activity explores the reaction to the influx of European immigrants in the 19th century. All seven different cartoons are accompanied with analysis questions. Used in an 8th grade American History classroom in Oakland, CA.
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Mapping exercise for unit on Ancient Greece. Designed for use in a 6th grade Ancient History classroom in Oakland, CA. Adaptable for many classrooms. "Pages" box left blank for teacher to write in corresponding textbook pages for completing the
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Short analysis of Tupac Shakur's famous poem, "The Rose that Grew from the Concrete." Three discussion questions follow the poem by Tupac. Used during Black History Month in a 6th grade classroom in Oakland, CA.
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Mapping exercise for a unit on Mesopotamian Geography. Designed for use in 6th grade Ancient History classroom in Oakland, California, but adaptable to many different classrooms.
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Mapping exercise for a unit on Ancient Egypt. Geography exercise. Designed for use in 6th grade Ancient History classroom in Oakland, California, but adaptable to many different classrooms. Page 2 contains mapping activity in which students use
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A Venn diagram for use when comparing the Ancient Greek polis of Sparta and Athens
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Document based questions covering the forceful removal of the Cherokee tribe from their homeland in Georgia to Oklahoma--commonly referred to as "the Trail of Tears." Includes four separate documents: 1. “To the Cherokee Tribe of Indians” Written
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A graphic organizer to help students organizing information when reading about the Fall of Rome. Generic enough to be used in any classroom studying Roman history. Just write in the page numbers in accordance with the text you are using in the white
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This activity explores the dynamic of debate in Athenian democracy by having students practice debate the pressing issues of their own day. After a brief introduction to debate in Ancient Athens, students practice taking a position and defending it.
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Mapping exercise for a unit on China. Introduction to Chinese geography. Designed for use in 6th and 7th grade History classroom in Oakland, California, but adaptable to many different classrooms. Page 2 contains mapping activity in which students
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Mapping exercise for a unit on Europe. Introduction to European geography and basic geography concepts. Designed for use in 7th grade History classroom in Oakland, California, but adaptable to many different classrooms. Page 2 is an activity to
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This resource contains a list of primary source documents related to Nat Turner, Nat Turner's Rebellion, and the legacy of one of the most famous slave revolts in American history. This resource should be used after students have already been
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This resource contains questions to help guide students as the analyze John Gast's iconic "American Progress." Good for introducing the concept of Manifest Destiny or for follow-up homework after having introduced the concept. Designed for use in an
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A simple Venn diagram to accompany a comparative study of Buddhism and Hinduism. Used in a 6th grade Ancient History class in Oakland, CA.
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Ancient India - Vocabulary Booklet Project is designed to help students learn common vocabulary terms during a study of Ancient India. The alphabetical book is to be assembled with students defining each term and adding an accompanying visual
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Graphic organizer and presentation slides for teaching the Five Pillars of Islam. The graphic organizer is designed to be used by students to take notes on the presentation of the Five Pillars of Islam. The space in the pillars on the graphic
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Build Your Own Greek Polis -Student Activity encourages students to creativity explore the dynamics of establishing an Ancient Greek polis by having them build their own fictional polis within the confines of the historical context of Greek polis'.
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A simple exercise to introduce the concept of narrative and perspective. Designed for use in a 6th grade social studies classroom in Oakland, CA.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

- Northern Light School, Oakland, CA: Social Studies Teacher for grades 6-8 - School-to-Career Progressions, Grand Rapids, MI: Program Administrator and Social-Emotional Curriculum Developer - City High, Grand Rapids, MI: 10th Grade AP World History

MY TEACHING STYLE

As a social studies teacher for diverse classrooms, my teaching style seeks to empower students through the study of history by working to develop curriculum that allows for the greater representation of people often pushed to the margins. Without sacrificing any academic rigor or commitment to standards, I seek to teach in a way in which students can navigate bias and complexity of the historical record often not highlighted in textbooks.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI B.A. - Secondary Education Program - Majors: History and Social Studies

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