-69 pages of step-by-step teacher directions that tell you what to say
-113 PowerPoint that walks you through each lesson
-Meets State, National, and Common Core Standards which are listed at the top of each lesson, and are also all listed in the main “Table of Contents” for easy reference!
-“Learning Targets,” “Exit Tasks,” and “Daily Assessments” are included
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- Here is what is included in the unit:
Pre-Unit “Embracing Diversity” Materials:
-“I Am….” Exercise: Students have 60 seconds to use words to describe themselves
– Beverly D. Tatum’s “The Complexity of Identity: “Who Am I?” article divided into daily teachable sections
-“8 Dimensions of Social Identity” Worksheet and Key
-Venn Diagrams (We’re more alike than different!)
-“Empathy Homework Assignment”
-Empathy Video Link: “Under the Surface”
-Labels, Stereotypes, Prejudisms, Discrimination Discussion
-“The Truth About Hate” Video Link
-True stories of prejudism, racial profiling, and racism
-Video Link: “I am Not Black, You are not White”
-True stories that one person CAN make a difference
-Bryan Stevenson’s Video: ” From Slavery to Mass Incarceration”
-Racial Profiling Video Link
-Video Link: Bryan Stevenson’s “Ted Talk”
-Optional Article: “The House That Racism Built”
-Ben & Jerry’s Ice-Cream/Black Lives Matter Art Project!
-“Positive Message Ice-cream Container Art”
Unit Celebrating My Ethnic Heritage:
-Understanding the complexities of race
-Michael Jackson’s “Black or White” video and reflection
-The definition of “ethnicity”
-The history of racial diversity in America
-“Index of Countries and Cultures” Internet research sites for ancestor’s heritage
-Countries of the World Flags
-“CELEBRATING MY UNIQUENESS” POSTER PROJECT: Students will use 3 online websites; their ancestor’s country flags, traditions, and cultural heritage; motivating quotes; definitions; and their own racial heritage; appearance; and personality characteristics to create a poster reflecting their own unique traits!
-Art Rubric for grading posters is included
-Adding “Ad Slogans” to posters: Students choose from over 100 ad slogans to find a life slogan for themselves
-Motivating video links to show as students work on posters
-“Career Survey” with 16 Career Clusters Handout
-Sharing posters activity (This is powerful!!)
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