Using History to Understand Race in America

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Module # 1 - Brief Overview of15th Century Africa & Europe

0 Course Introduction 03:53

This is not a revisionist course.  The course will use primary-source documents to provide an accurate picture of what life was like for black Americans during the 19th Century.  There are 45 lessons that are broken into seven modules.  Though it may appear at first sight that this is a traditional history course, this is actually an ELA course that uses history as its primary content.  Each module covers an area of black life in America.  It starts with 15th Century Africa and ends in America during the 1950s:

  • Module # 1 — Brief Overview of 15th Century Africa & Europe — 5 lessons
  • Module # 2 — Traveling from Africa to the Caribbean Islands & 13 Colonies — 11 lessons
  • Module # 3 — Life in the Thirteen Colonies — 9 lessons
  • Module # 4 — Lessons from Black Literature from 18th Century — 1950 — 10 lessons
  • Module # 5 — Hidden Contributions to American Culture by black Americans — 2 lessons
  • Module # 6 — Racism in America — 7 lessons
  • Module # 7 — Summarize Curriculum and Preview UHTURA II — 2 lesson

There is plenty of material in this curriculum that provides "golden opportunities" for parents to be involved with what your student/child is learning.  

  

 

1 Lesson # 1-- "Where it All Began" 19:33

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The teacher will expose students to several historians that specialized in African History.  The teacher will ask them to ponder why they may have never considered that Africans were great people before they were brought to the west and enslaved.  Teacher will teach students how to notice the point-of-view of the author.  

2 Lesson 1A -"Where it All Begin" Worksheet Review 03:37

Go over the worksheet.  

3 Lesson # 2 - "Transatlantic Slave Trade?" 16:43

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The teacher will feature Etta James and explain the particulars around the transatlantic slave trade.  It will explain what countries participated and where it took place.  

4 Lesson # 2A - "Transatlantic Slave Trade" - Worksheet Review 04:15

This video goes over the questions.

5 Lesson # 3 "Many Shades of Africa" 12:37

Lesson # 1 sets the historical foundation of the experience of Africans in America.  The five W's and the H (who? what? when? where? why? and How?) of the Transatlantic Slave Trade is explored.  Students will also be introduced to three Latin words which provide them with more strategies and confidence when they are ready to take standardized tests. Students are presented with the material, but they have to think through the consequences of that event.  

6 Lesson # 3A - Many Shades of Africa - Worksheet Review 03:58

Ray Charles, the Great Zimbabwe and South Africa.

7 Lesson # 4 - Africa, From An African's Perspective 16:33

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The teacher will do a geography lesson on southern Africa.  After the background information is explored, then the teacher will do a read-a-loud about the country of Zimbabwe and Victoria Falls.

8 Lesson # 4A - Africa, From an African's Perspective" Worksheet Review 02:03

Go over the answers to the worksheet

Module # 2 -- Traveling from Africa to the Caribbean Island and the 13 Colonies

9 Lesson # 5 "What was the Experience?" 14:21

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Teacher will show the route of the transatlantic slave trade from Europe to Africa to the "New World."  This lesson is more interactive with an activity that is sure to put the student in the "seat" of the slave trade experience.  

10 Lesson # 5A - "What was the Experience" - Worksheet Review 03:41

Some facts about the middle passage

11 Lesson # 6 - "The Middle Passage?" 16:20

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12 Lesson # 6A - "The Middle Passage? - Worksheet Review 04:47

Vocabulary work and the middle passage

13 Lesson # 7 - Why Grenada? 17:37

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Teacher will start with the geography of Portugal's trade route and how it turned into a slave route.  The importance of Christopher Columbus will be explored and how most Caribbean Islands received their names.  Lastly, a brief look at Grenada and some possible reasons why it was chosen above all the other Islands.  

14 Lesson # 7A- "Why Grenada?"- Worksheet Review 03:04

The significance of the Island of Grenada.

15 Lesson # 8 - "In Their Own Words" - Ukawsaw Gronnisaw 19:37

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Students will be introduced to a primary source material.  Africans who survived the middle passage will tell their story.  The teacher will introduce two new vocabulary words and read an excerpt from an autobiography written in 1772.

16 Lesson # 8A - "In Their Own Words" - Worksheet Review 03:54

Vocabulary work and a slave narrative.

17 Lesson # 9 - "In The Words of Others" 15:01

The teacher will read and reflect on other slave narratives.   A contrast of how Africans came to the thirteen colonies and how other immigrants came to American.  The narratives of the slave buyers will be explored.  

18 Lesson # 9A -"In The Words of Others" - Worksheet Review 03:53

In this lesson the teacher will read slave narratives and introduce reading strategies.

19 Lesson # 10 - "From The Words of a Ten-year Old Boy" 16:52

Teacher will introduce several new vocabulary words and their Latin roots. The teacher will do "Read-Aloud" from chapter 2 of Olaudah Equiano's narrative. He will make inferences based on what was read and reflect on certain parts of the text.  

20 Lesson # 10A - "From The Words of a Ten-year Old Boy" - Worksheet Review 03:43

Vocabulary work with Latin root words

21 Lesson # 11 "Out of the Mouth of Babes" 18:54

The teacher will take the student through another child prodigy that contributed greatly to American society.  The geography of the Caribbean Island will be explored, with a concentration on Grenada and Barbados.  

22 Lesson # 11A - "Out of the Mouth of Babes" - Worksheet Review 03:10

European countries and the Caribbean Islands.

23 Lesson # 12 - "We Are Family" 22:01

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The teacher will introduce a black family singing group.  The life of the West African will be featured and the impact that slavery had on the black family.

24 Lesson # 12A - "We Are Family" - Worksheet Review 02:38

West Africans were vulnerable. They could be captured and enslaved with no warning.

25 Lesson # 13 "The Many Shades of Slavery" 29:01

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The teacher will look closely at the Caribbean Island of Grenada and provide some reasons why this Island was a pivotal part of the transatlantic slave trade.  The issue of slavery will be explored and compared to slavery in Rome, and biblical slavery, to American chattel slavery.  

26 Lesson #13A - "The Many Shades of Slavery" - Worksheet Review 04:15

The importance of Grenada.

27 Lesson # 14 "Coming to America" 12:52

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One of the first African American woman to publish a book of poetry was Phillis Wheatley.  She was born in Senegal, and lived in American.  She received a classical education.  

28 Lesson # 14A - "Coming to America" - Worksheet Review 02:15

Mary Edmonia and Phillis Wheatley

29 Lesson #15 - "Coming to America by Ships" 18:52

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Teacher wil review the European countries that participated in the Transatlantic slave trade from a 16th Century map.  Students will also be introduced to a primary source document that proves that Africans were in American before the slave ships arrived.

30 Lesson # 15A - "Coming to America by Ships" - Worksheet Review 02:50

A look at primary documents from 1619.

Module # 3 - Life in the Thirteen Colonies

31 Lesson # 16- "The Negro in Virginia" 20:23

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Teacher will read several laws from during the seventeenth century and we will explore how those laws inform us of the many life changes that occurred for the African living in Virginia.  Teacher will also introduce students to inquiry based learning.  

32 Lesson # 16A - The Negro in Virginia - Worksheet Review 03:00

A quick glance at some Virginia laws in the 1600s.

33 Lesson # 17 "Indentured Servants" 18:19

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We have come across the term, "indentured servants" many times in our reading this module.  We will define this term and explore the impact it had on American slavery.  

34 Lesson # 17A - "Indentured Servants" - Worksheet Review 03:06

The facts and life of indentured servants.

35 Lesson # 18 "So Many Labels!" 19:37

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Teacher will provide the student with a brief overview of the different names that black Americans have been called.    

36 Lesson # 18A - "So Many Labels!" - Worksheet Review 03:42

The history of the different titles for black people in America.

37 Lesson 19 - "What is an Argument?" 12:47

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The teacher will break down the parts of an argument and learn how to identify and evaluate a sound argument.  

38 Lesson # 19A - 'What is an Argument?" - Worksheet Review 04:48

This lesson will list and explain the parts of an argument.

39 Lesson #20 "First Great Awakening" 11:55

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Teacher will explore the First Great Awakening for a contextual background before we study a free black man born in America.

40 Lesson # 20A - "First Great Awakening" - Worksheet Review 02:39

This lesson explores the impact George Whitefield had on the Negro.

41 Lesson # 21 "Analyzing an Argument" 22:22

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Teacher will walk students through George Whitefield's letter and label the parts of the argument.

42 Lesson # 21A - Analyzing an Argument - Worksheet Review 04:04

The components and content of Whitefield's argument.

43 Lesson # 22 "Born in the USA" 19:56

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Students will be introduced to a black writer who was born in New York during the 18th Century.  He became a writer and further debunked the myth that blacks were unable to do anything else but work in the fields.

44 Lesson # 22A- "Born in the USA" -- Worksheet Review 03:08

The lives of Phillis Wheatley, John Marrant and Jupiter Hammond were connected to George Whitefield.

45 Lesson 23 - "Where is the Color?" 22:38

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African History has been purposely left out of western civilization history.  The black man appears "invisible."  The teacher will explore how black people have been mis-represented in history and some of the affects of being invisible.  

46 Lesson # 23A - Where is the Color?" Worksheet Review 03:04

The teacher will question the lack of black representation in the history books.

47 Lesson # 24 - "Phillis Wheatley" 13:09

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There are several words and terms that may not be easily understood in Phillis Wheatley's poem, "On Being Brought to America."  

Module # 4- Lessons from Black Literature from the 18th Century to 1950

48 Lesson # 24A - "Phillis Wheatley" - Worksheet Review 01:50

All of the important vocabulary words are defined so that the student can understand the poem.

49 Lesson # 25 "Analyzing a Poem" 15:29

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Teacher will annotate the poem, "From Being Brought from Africa to America" and draw some conclusions about Wheatley.  

50 Lesson # 25A - "Analyzing a Poem" Worksheet Review 04:15

Teacher will go over the questions from the worksheet.

51 Lesson # 26--"Phillis Wheatley is Important" 12:30

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The teacher will explore the life of Phillis Wheatley and the other five African writers.  The theme of African images in literature and why you should think about changing those images.  

52 Lesson # 26A - "Phillis Wheatley is Important"-Worksheet Review 02:20

This lesson takes a closer look at the many talents of Phillis Wheatley.

53 Lesson # 27-- "The Negro and Independence Day" 17:10

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How do a person embrace a family or a country that rejects him or her?  We will look at sections of Frederick Douglass's speech and look at the implications for blacks in America

54 Lesson # 27A - "The Negro and Independence Day" - Worksheet Review 02:47

An excerpt from Frederick Douglass. Teacher will explore the differences between blacks and whites when it comes to the 4th of July.

55 Lesson # 28 - "Escape From Slavery" 21:08

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Students will continue to look at the life of Frederick Douglass.  He was enslaved, but escaped from slavery.  He tells his story in his narrative.  The teacher will also cover another part of Douglass's 4th of July speech.  

56 Lesson # 28A - "Escape From Slavery" - Worksheet Review 02:08

The contributions of James Brown and some literature from Frederick Douglass.

57 Lesson # 29 - "Pen as a Weapon" 18:57

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Teacher will introduce students to another writer from the 18th Century.  Benjamin Banneker was not only a writer, but a Mathematician and an Astronomer.  

58 Lesson # 29A -- "Pen as a Weapon" - Worksheet Review & Extended Response 02:51

The teacher will explore the many accomplishments of Benjamin Banneker and his intellectual abilities.

59 Lesson # 30 - "We Wear the Mask" 17:21

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The teacher will introduce a modern Jazz artist.  He will also analyze a poem, "We Wear the Mask" by Paul Lawrence Dunbar using pre-reading strategies.  

60 Lesson # 30A - "We Wear the Mask" Worksheet Review 03:23

The teacher will model pre-reading strategies on how to attach a poem.

61 Lesson # 31 - "All That Jazz" 12:37

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Students will listen to a romance poem and review some facts about the black family after slavery.

62 Lesson # 31A - "All That Jazz" -Worksheet Review 01:18

Read-A-Loud -- The teacher read, "The Negro Love Song" and another text by Paul Lawrence Dunbar.

63 Lesson # 32 -"If We Must Die" 20:03

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The teacher will analyze two poems from Claude McKay and expound on the themes and how they relate to black Americans.

64 Lesson # 32A - "If We Must Die" Worksheet Review 02:10

The teacher will feature several artist and study the poem, "If We Must Die" by Claude McKay."

65 Lesson # 33- The Negro Speaks of Rivers" 17:37

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The teacher will survey several of Langston Hughes's poems.

66 Lesson # 33A- "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" - Worksheet Review 04:39

The teacher will feature an artist and provide background for works of Langston Hughes poetry.

67 Lesson # 34- "I TOO, Am America!" 18:48

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The teacher will work through Langston Hughes poem, "I Too," and introduce some of the contexts of this poem.

68 Lesson # 34A - "I TOO" Worksheet Review 02:32

Analyzing the poem, "I Too".

Module # 5 - Hidden Contributions to American Culture by Black Americans

69 Lesson # 35 - Black Inventors 10:03

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The teacher will introduce students to black inventors whose inventions are not widely known.  

70 Lesson # 35A - "Black Inventors" - Worksheet Review 02:19

This lesson explores several black inventors who are not well-known.

71 Lesson # 36 - "Black Contributors" 18:12

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Black Americans have contributed to society, but their contributions have not been recognized.  This lesson will "run through" blacks who made major contributions to their country.

72 Lesson # 36A - "Black Contributors" - Worksheet Review 02:20

There are many black Americans that contributed to American culture and society.

Module # 6- Racism In America

73 Lesson # 37 - "Racism Against Blacks, Still?" 19:09

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The teacher will present the counter argument by an famous t.v. analyst.  The teacher will try to present more evidence that the racism has adversely affected black people throughout American history.  

74 Lesson # 37A- "Racism Against Blacks, Stilt?" - Worksheet Review 03:08

Teacher will present a counter claim to his thesis.

75 Lesson # 38- Racism - Redlining in America" 28:06

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The teacher will take a closer look at why the racial disparity in the Bronx exists.  The student will also see that this practice happened all over the United States, especially in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  

76 Lesson # 38A -- Racism /Redlining in America" - Worksheet Review 02:52

The policies of the New Deal that prevented blacks from getting mortgages are explored.

77 Lesson # 39 Racism --"Buying a Home" 15:21

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One of the ways to build long-term wealth is through home ownershiip.  The teacher will explain the particulars of buying homes and the implications of not buying homes.

78 Lesson # 39A - Racism -Buying a Home - Worksheet Review 04:18

THE ABCs of home buying. How to build wealth in America.

79 Lesson # 40- Redlining and Economic Racism 21:02

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The teacher will do more work around redlining and possible reasons behind the economic wage gap.

80 Lesson # 40A - "Redlining and Economic Racism" - Worksheet Review 03:32

This lesson explores how racism impacted black people's earning capacity.

81 Lesson # 41 - "Racism in the Medical Field" 22:30

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The teacher will explore the many injustices that government orchestrated and financed in the black community.

82 Lesson # 41A - "Racism in the Medical Field" - Worksheet Review 05:15

how medical experiments affected the health of blacks back then and now.

83 Lesson # 42 - "Racism - Justice System" 24:11

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The teacher will explain the Iran-Contra affair and how it impacted blacks in America.  The incarceration rates will also be explored and the possible reasons why they may have risen from 1970-2007.

84 Lesson # 42A-"Racism -Justice System" - Worksheet Review 02:34

This lesson explores the 8-year Iran-Iraq war and how that was connected to the Iran-Contra Scandal. It also attempts to connect those events with the increase in incarcerations among blacks.

85 Lesson # 43 -"Racism -The Use of Terror" 12:06

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The teacher will look at four factors: 1. slavery 2. Lynchings 3. Jim Crow and 4. Mass Incarceration and how these factors had an impact on black life in America. 

86 Lesson # 43A "Racism -The Use of Terror" Worksheet Review 02:45

After slavery, America used many tactics to oppress black people. After slavery was the black codes, which led to the Jim Crow laws and with it came the lynchings.

Module # 7 -- Summarize Curriculum and Preview USING HISTORY TO UNDERSTAND RACE IN AMERICA II

87 Lesson # 44- "Systematic Racism" 17:14

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The teacher will present more evidence for the counter claim that white priviledge no longer exists, and systemic racism is a thing of the past.  This will be followed by a brief survey of the American educational system in America at the beginning of the 20th century.  

88 Lesson # 44A - "Systematic Racism" - Worksheet Review 03:19

Counter-evidence is presented and a brief sketch of how blacks were educated in American during the 20th Century

89 Lesson # 45- What Have We Learned? 13:04

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The teacher will summarize the reading skills and pertinent information regarding black Americans so that students can engage in Courageous Converstaions.  Using a Greek god to look at what we covered, and looking ahead to "Using History to Understand RACE in America II. We will use this information to look back, and look forward.  

90 Lesson # 45A - "What Have We Learned?" -Worksheet Review 04:10

The teacher summarized the information and previewed some of the topics that we will cover in Course II.

Using History to Understand Race in America I:

Course Overview

This Social Studies/History course covers all the content students will need to successfully engage in courageous conversations about race in America.  This course has an emphasis on history, reading comprehension and vocabulary building. It introduces Latin and Greek words.  It incorporates some Common Core standards, but it also goes beyond common core requirements.   This course prepares students to converse with their peers and others by exposing them to primary source documents from the nineteenth century.  This is a full year course that will help students on Standardized tests in the future! This course is intended for students in grades levels 8 - 10.

This course includes:

  • 7 Modules
  • 45 worksheets with counterpart answer sheets
  • 45 Video-Lessons
  • 45 – Exercise (worksheet) Review Videos
  • 45 – Online Quizzes
  • 45 – Exam Answer sheets/keys
  • 12— Extended Student exercises
  • 15 – Parent/Student Exercises
  • Over 20 Hours of Video-Lessons

Course Goals:

Upon completion of this course students will be able to understand the unique history of black Americans and participate in COURAGEOUS CONVERSATIONS about race.

Course Requirement:

Students taking this course should be able to comprehend text between 975L-1070L or above a 5th Grade reading level.

Target Audience:

This video-course is primarily intended for students who want to improve their reading ability, to broaden their understanding of history, and those who want to make sense out of the violence that has happened and is happening in America regarding race. 

Module # 1 – Brief Overview of 15th Century Africa & Europe

  • Explain how our perspective of Africa was shaped
  • Explain the transatlantic slave trade
  • Connect East Africa to West Africa
  • Introduced to pre-reading strategies
  • Participate in a read-a-loud

Module # 2 – Traveling from Africa to the Caribbean Islands and the 13 Colonies

  • Write reflection about the empathy exercise
  • Map the route of the transatlantic slave trade
  • Explain the middle passage
  • Practice vocabulary building skills
  • Describe the importance of the Island of Grenada
  • Read slave narratives
  • Learn Latin root words
  • View great works of art by black painters
  • Explore the significance of 1619 

Module # 3 – Life in the Thirteen Colonies

  • Study Virginia slave laws in the 1600s
  • Understand the significance of the indentured servant
  • Learn the parts of an argument
  • Analyze an argument
  • Connect the First Great Awakening to blacks
  • Read about the first black missionary
  • Question the lack of black representation in history books
  • Simplify 18th Century poetry

Module # 4 – Lessons from Black Literature from the 18th Century to 1950

  • Build background knowledge for 18th century literature
  • Explain “double-consciousness”
  • Understand how blacks used the pen as a weapon
  • Develop a deeper understanding of Jazz music
  • Learn the significance of Langston Hughes

Module # 5 – Hidden Contributions to American Culture by Black Americans

  • Survey “unrecognized” black inventors
  • Question why black artist were not included in American history books

Module # 6 – Racism in America

  • Critically look at counter-claims
  • Design a home-buying plan
  • Explain Redlining
  • Explore the wage gap between blacks and whites
  • Analyze “paranoia” among blacks related to the medical field
  • Compare the justice for blacks and whites
  • Evaluate the four factors that contributed to the state of black people in America
  • Present evidence that challenge the notion of white privilege and systemic racism

Module # 7 – Summarize material and Preview future topics

  • Review the two major claim statement for this course
  • Preview the civil rights movement

 

  • Teacher: Brian
  • Areas of expertise: English 7-12; History 7-12
  • Education: M.Div & Th.M + 18 Credits in Education
  • Interests: Running and Reading
  • Skills: Currently an Engagement Dean of a local Elementary school. Permanently Certified Public School teacher for 23 years. Advanced Certificate in TEFL -- 160 hour Advanced Teaching English as a foreign Language Training Course. Homeschooling Dad for over 20 years.
  • Associations: ARBOR Homeschooling Co-op; Homeschool Legal Defense Association; National Counsel of Teachers of English; United Federation of Teachers; Permanently Certified NYS Teacher - English 7-12; Schenectady Federation of Teachers; USATKD - United States Association of Tae Kwon Do
  • Issues I care about: Primary reading development; Financial literacy for Youth.

I would love to be a part of an early literacy program that helps both children and adults learn how to read so they can have access to the "American Dream".

Test Preparation Document

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Digital Quizzes and Tests Answer Keys Document

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Parent Extension sheet for Lesson # 3

Parents can choose one or all three.  They are designed for three purposes: (1) to provide time and opportunity for your child to discuss this information; (2) to provide an activity that may lead to more bonding between the parent and child; and (3), to allow your child to manipulate the information so that he/she may have a deeper knowledge of the content.  

Parent Extension sheet for Lesson # 25

The third conversation marked, "Parent's Family Vacation at the Cabin," is the most intense when it comes to time and preparation.  These conversations will provide insight into the mindset of black Americans in the early 1900s.  It also provides both parent and child a window into the mindset of some African Americans today.

Lesson # 10 Powerpoint

All of the material covered in that lesson.

Answer Key for Module # 1

Module # 1 has four lessons.  Each lesson ends with a test.  This sheet provides the answers and explanations (if needed) to all of the questions.  

Answer Key for Module # 2

There are eleven lessons in Module # 2 and each lesson ends with a test.  This answers to all those questions are located on this sheet.  

Answer Key for Module # 3

This is the answer key for all the lessons in Module # 3.

Answer Key for Module #4 & Module # 5

Module #4 and Module # 5 have many lessons and this sheet has all the answers to all of the test questions.

Answer Key for Module # 6 & Module # 7

The last two modules have tests after each lesson.  The answers to all the questions are on listed on this key.

Parent's Extension for Lesson # 1

This assignment sheet starts with a personal letter.  There are three assignments that follow.  

Parent's Extension Lesson for Lesson # 8

The first assignment is no preparation at all, and the last one is a large investment in time.  

Lesson # 35 Parent Extension

Three exercises with three levels of intensity.  

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Digital Test Answer Key - Lesson # 45

All the answers for Lesson # 45 test
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