Extractions: Explain to students that they are going to track the population of African Americans in the South and in the North of the United States during the course of the 20th century. Ask students what resources they can use in this assignment. This question should lead to identifying for students books of statistical data in your school library, public library, or nearby university library as well as Web sites such as census Even casually reviewing the data, students should be able to tell you the frequency with which the U.S. population is counted. With that information they should be able to set up a chart for recording data from their sources.
Black History In Music TLW look for the relationship between black history and the discuss an essay topicthe role black music has the author but used this lesson plan, please send http://www.monroe.k12.la.us/mcs/hot_list/professional/mcs_lp/music/lp.html
Extractions: DATE: May 1998 NAME OF LESSON: Black History in Music TEACHER'S NAME: Stacey Guillory PARISH: Monroe City Schools SCHOOL: Carroll Magnet High EMAIL: email@example.com SUBJECT AREA: English LEVEL: TOPICS: American History, Research, Grammar and Literature, Library Skills PURPOSE: To put musical styles with which students are familiar into American historical contexts, such as the Civil War, the Civil Rights Movement, the Harlem Renaissance, and the two World Wars MATERIALS: handouts, overhead projector, Encarta, Internet, On-line encyclopedias, various library books, CDs, cassette tapes, magazines, musical timelines TIME: approximately 2 weeks PROCEDURE: Day One: Days Two -Three: TLW read a short paragraph about each musical style.
The History Of Jim Crow Jim Crow This postreading lesson offers students paths for research stemming from Griffin s black Like Me Understanding history Through the Literary Reviews of http://www.jimcrowhistory.org/resources/lessonplans.htm
Extractions: Teachers contribute their best lessons on the events that they think are the most important in the Jim Crow years. The lessons also link themselves to one or more of the four episodes of The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow Be sure to check out the interactive student activities under " Simulations "Historical Analyses, Cognitive Organizers, Essay Questions in a writer's workshop format, mini quizzes, Primary Source Material Analysis, and Prediction Centers create a well-rounded unit of study designed to challenge and motivate students to learn more about this period in history. The Brown v. Board of Education Cases: An Education Unit on the Cases Comprising the Landmark 1954 School Desegregation Decision
Teacher Lesson Plan - To Kill A Mockingbird Middle Passage White Ships and black Cargo . Exploring Oral history analysis of oral histories from Alabama a town poem based on photographs in lesson II. http://memory.loc.gov/learn/lessons/98/mock/intro.html
Extractions: A Historical Perspective Kathleen Prody and Nicolet Whearty Students gain a sense of the living history that surrounds the novel To Kill a Mockingbird . Through studying primary source materials from American Memory and other online resources, students of all backgrounds may better grasp how historical events and human forces have shaped relationships between black and white, and rich and poor cultures of our country. This unit guides students on a journey through the Depression Era in the 1930s. Activities familiarize the students with Southern experiences through the study of the novel and African American experiences through the examination of primary sources. Students will: learn about the history of African Americans in the South through analysis of historical and literary primary source photographs and documents; demonstrate visual literacy skills; master research skills necessary to use American Memory collections; be able to distinguish points of view in several types of primary sources; be able to identify literary devices and figurative language in historical documents and personal narratives;
Canadian Black Heritage In The Third Millennium Diversity and African Canadian Women This history assignment provides students with and equity and the life experiences of black women URL Submit a lesson Plan http://fcis.oise.utoronto.ca/~gpieters/lessons.html
Black History Stamps The lesson emphasizes finding, organizing, synthesizing and and his or her place in American history. the contributions of the black Americans honored by http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/lessons/stamps/
Extractions: In this lesson, students learn about the lives and contributions of the many black Americans who are honored on U.S. commemorative postage stamps. One way of understanding American cultural values is to consider those individuals who are honored in this manner. The lesson emphasizes finding, organizing, synthesizing and communicating information. The culminating activity is a presentation in which students report on their research about the honoree and his or her place in American history. Grade Level:
African American History explanation of the Johnkankus, reference materials, a classroom lesson plan are all to the Still Family, the Underground Railroad and black history in general http://www.aawc.com/aah.html
Extractions: African American History Challenge Brief Summary - An Internet based curriculum enhancement tool for African American History education programs. It consists of test questions based on the lives of important 19th century African Americans. African American Mosaic Brief Summary - A Library of Congress resource guide for the study of Black history and culture. Afrigeneas Brief Summary - "AfriGeneas provides leadership, promotion and advocacy for the mutual development and use of a system of genealogy resources for researching African related ancestry." Alcan Highway Black History Brief Summary - "During World War II in the Canadian Wilderness, 10,607 U.S. soldiers built a road 1,522 miles long in eight months (1942-1943). Around 3,695 of these soldiers were Black men." Besides giving valuable details on the Black History of the Alaska-Canadian (Alcan) Highway, this wonderful site has many photos showing African Americans building the Alcan Highway. Black American Heritage Month Brief Summary - Has the Canadian perspective on Black History. Contains many excellent related links including historic Atlantic Monthly articles by Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. DuBois, and other famous Blacks.
Black History Month - Lesson Activities This lesson plan was created by Children s Media Project which worked with Pictographic Poetry of Current Events for black history Month The students will http://www.powertolearn.com/spotlights/black_history_month/lesson_activities.htm
Extractions: This lesson plan is a series of ideas and activities to use when teaching Zora Neale Hurston's novel Their Eyes Were Watching God . Although the focus is on the novel, the lessons integrate reading, writing (both response and analytical), and oral activities. The plan includes ideas for individual work and group work. The students will write a pattern, shaped, or pictographic poem displaying their feelings about a current or historic event or contemporary or historic figure related to African Americans.. This lesson reinforces the connection between images and words, giving students a better understanding of symbolism.
Disney Educational Productions | Cyberlesson First Stop EduStation s Cyber lesson, where your students will find engaging black history Month ideas paired with a handpicked selection of Internet info http://dep.disney.go.com/educational/lessons?id=169
Lesson Plan Share Make it a Habitat Grade Level 7 Here is a lesson plan I used this year black history Month Technology Project - Grade Level 4th and up This is a project that http://www.sofie.org/SOFIEfiles/faculty/LessonPlan.asp
Extractions: Below are a list of Lesson Plans developed by Faculty members of Sacred Heart Schools. They are available for other Faculty within the Network to download. To have your lesson plan added to the list, please send it as an attachment to an e-mail that includes: your name and school and the plan's subject and grade level. All Plans are available in MS Word format. To download one of them, simply right-click on the corresponding link and choose "save target as". Plans are available for the following subjects so far: English Science Religion, History and Social Studies and Mathematics . We welcome all contributions, but would particularly appreciate receiving plans in the following subjects: Modern or Ancient Languages, Technology and Elementary Education.
Black Holes - Lesson Plan can use the information available in this interactive lesson to research types of black holes, investigate the history of scientific ideas http://amazing-space.stsci.edu/resources/explorations/blackholes/teacher/lessonp
Extractions: Home schooler Goal / purpose: The goal of this lesson is to provide factual information that will allow students to extend their understanding of basic physical concepts that apply to the study of black holes. Students will see how physics and mathematics are used to predict the existence and properties of these invisible objects. Students will learn how the Hubble Space Telescope is gathering data to further mankind's understanding of black holes. The module is designed as a research source for individual exploration of the black hole topic. Students can use the information available in this interactive lesson to research types of black holes, investigate the history of scientific ideas that led to today's concept of black holes, and to test their understanding of the nature of black holes. The assessment component is designed to provide students with an opportunity to practice communicating results of their Internet research to a specified audience. Desired learning outcomes: After completing No Escape: The Truth About Black Holes , students will be able to: 1. Distinguish between an event horizon and an accretion zone of a black hole.
Education First: Black History Activities AfricanAmerican history was chosen as a topic because of black history Hotlist is a starting point for anyone studying events in honor of black history Month. Find out how http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/BHM/AfroAm.html
Extractions: Introduction The following six Web sites were created as models to suggest ways to integrate the World Wide Web and videoconferencing into classroom learning. African-American History was chosen as a topic because of its importance, popularity and the wealth of Internet resources available on the topic. What we hope to add to this richness are some specific strategies for integrating the Web into learning. So rather than merely send learners to a Web site, we've arranged separate formats designed to support different kinds of learning. Read the blurbs below or check out Working the Web for Education to help you decide which activities you might want to use.
Extractions: Choose a Meeting #1 - Introduction and proof sheets #2 - Chemical mixing and handling, darkroom safety #3 - Proof sheets and paper processing #4 - Film processing #5 - Basic enlarging #6 - Dodging and printing-in #7 - Enlarging practice #8 - Mounting #9 - Optional vignetting, texture screens #10 - Optional convergence control, combination printing #11 - Optional push processing film #12 - Optional spotting R ead through this course at least once, and familiarize yourself with the material presented and the order of presentation. You may want to change some of the topics or the order in which they are presented, depending on the maturity and the experience of your class. You will notice that each meeting outline includes an assignment. The assignments are an important part of the course. Each student should complete the darkroom exercises. If all the students do the suggested work when it is assigned, you will find that the course will move swiftly. For your convenience, we have provided the entire lesson plan in one file for printing.
A Black History Treasure Hunt A black history Treasure Hunt This site provides four treasure hunts grouped by grade levels for students in elementary through high school. Students read ten clues, then ten Internet biographies http://rdre1.inktomi.com/click?u=http://www.education-world.com/a_lesson/lesson0
Lesson Plans Teaching Strategies. lesson plans. Academy Social Studies Curriculum Exchange Elementary School (K5). 50 lesson plans for primary grade students. 8). 80 lesson plans appropriate for grades 6 http://www.csun.edu/~hcedu013/plans.html
Extractions: Academy Social Studies Curriculum Exchange Elementary School (K-5). 50 lesson plans for primary grade students. Academy Social Studies Curriculum Exchange Intermediate School (6-8). 80 lesson plans appropriate for grades 6-8. Academy Social Studies Curriculum Exchange High School (9-12). 95 lesson plans suitable for the high school level. Academy Miscellaneous Curriculum Exchange Elementary School (K-5). 36 miscellaneous lesson plans for students in grades k-5. Academy Miscellaneous Curriculum Exchange Intermediate School (6-8). 25 miscellaneous lesson plans for the middle school. Academy Miscellaneous Curriculum Exchange High School (9-12). 14 miscellaneous lesson plans for the 9-12 grades. Afghanistan:Land in Crisis. Afghanistan: Land in Crisis, presented by National Geograpic.Com., features news, background, online activities, teachers' guides, lesson plans, a regularly updated interactive map, photos, and a message board. Africa. Based on a PBS broadcast, the site includes: Africa for Kids where Fimi, a youngster from Nigeria serves as the guide to a variety of fun activities for elementary level students; Photoscope where older students can look at contemporary Africa in five photo essays; and Africa Challenge where students can show how much they know by playing a game. Also featured is Teacher Tools with four units on Africa.
Black History Month black history Month quot;Gale has assembled a collection of activities and information to complement classroom topics. Within this site, teachers and students can Read biographies of http://rdre1.inktomi.com/click?u=http://www.gale.com/free_resources/bhm/index.ht
Black History Month World. United States. history Gov't. Biography. Sports. Arts The history of black history. 50th Anniversary Brown v Important Cities in black history. The history of Affirmative Action http://www.infoplease.com/spot/bhm1.html
Extractions: This year marks an important anniversary in the field of education the 50th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education , a pivotal court case in which the U.S. Supreme Court declared segregation in education to be unlawful. Join the MarcoGram in celebrating Black History Month with activities and lessons about the Underground Railroad, African-American poetry and much more. Use the warm-up activities below to help students learn about important people and events in African-American history, then scroll down for links to more lessons and resources. The MarcoGram is created in HTML. If you are unable to properly view the animation, images or hyperlinks, please view the online version at http://www.marcopolo-education.org/MarcoGrams/Feb2004.html Photograph of Langston Hughes courtesy of American Memory. Langston Hughes (1902-1967) was an African-American novelist and poet with a strong voice. Through his writings, he aimed to draw attention to the common hopes and dreams of blacks living in America. He expressed the belief that minorities should be given equal opportunity to attain the American dream.
Yearly Plan ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES POSTERS MEDIA IDEAS - WORKSHEETS - LESSONS! Year Plan of Units for the 2001-2002 School Year. black history Month. http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/lessons/middle/yearplan.htm