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Chicago School History Lessons 2-5 by Chicago Grassroots Curriculum Taskforce
Unit4_Boyctt_LP2.docx — Zip archive, 32Kb Unit4_Boyctt_LP3.docx — Zip archive, 33Kb Unit4_Boyctt_LP4.docx — Zip archive, 34Kb Unit4_Boyctt_LP5.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 50Kb These lesson plans go with the Chicago School History Readings full record
Chicago School History Readings and Lesson 1 by Chicago Grassroots Curriculum Taskforce
School Struggles Short.pdf — PDF document, 14753Kb School Struggles UPDATED 10_19_13 .pdf — PDF document, 23724Kb Unit4_Boyctt_LP1.docx — Zip archive, 30Kb This is a history of Chicago public schools from a bottom-up perspective, with a particular focus on the 1963 Chicago School Boycott when more than 200,000 ... full record
Chicago School History Activities by Chicago Grassroots Curriculum Taskforce
H1_Hypothesis.pdf — PDF document, 1995Kb H2_Reading Anal.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 38Kb H3_Strategies.pdf — PDF document, 171Kb H4_Connections.pdf — PDF document, 57Kb These are activities that go with the Chicago School History reading. full record
Something is Wrong: Exploring the Roots of Youth Violence
Through this 350-page curriculum guide we want to challenge youth to think about a) the roots of violence in their lives; b) the enforcers and victims of ... full record
Something is Wrong: Exploring the Roots of Youth Violence
Project NIA, the Chicago Freedom School and Teachers for Social Justice have partnered along with other volunteers to develop a curriculum guide in order to ... full record
Understanding Social Systems through the Olympics Bid by Teachers for Social Justice
Olympics Action Research Project.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 112Kb This lesson plan will present material on a student action-research project around the Olympics created for a high school History course. It's geared towards ... full record
Using Maps to Explore Place Awareness Through Abstract Design by Teachers for Social Justice
_1_Using_Maps_to_Explore_Place_Awareness_Thro.pdf — PDF document, 515Kb Even though students may live in a city, where the people they encounter each day come from all over, they might still be unfamiliar with any neighborhood ... full record
Visual & Cultural Backgrounds through the Art of Robert Grober by Teachers for Social Justice
K-Moncton_TSJ_Lesson.pdf — PDF document, 102Kb The contemporary artist Robert Gober gives a new, subversive meaning to wallpaper, juxtaposing the image of a black man being lynched next to the image of ... full record
Suspension Stories by Project NIA and Rogers Park Young Women’s Action Team
Suspension Stories is a youth-led participatory action research project that incorporates surveys, storytelling, and art to address the issue of harsh school ... full record
Staying Safe in a Toxic World by World Education/The Change Agent
CA_32.pdf — PDF document, 16499Kb extras costal.pdf — PDF document, 1205Kb extras Jaumot-Pascual.pdf — PDF document, 809Kb extras who works.pdf — PDF document, 199Kb When people think of “the environment,” they often imagine natural landscapes—forests, oceans, and mountains. But your home and yard, nearby parks, schools ... full record
IndyKids May/June 2011 by IndyKids
The new issue of IndyKids is out! Learn about the earthquake in Japan, same-sex marriage, sources of energy in the United States, the continuing war in ... full record