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With Black History Month around the corner, I thought I would share a blog post from Scott Woods that provides a list of books with African American characters. What he did intentionally when creating the list (and what I like about it) is he avoids what he calls "boycotts, buses, and baseball" themes. This list has books that portray its characters in a wide variety of contexts that reflect modern life. I am always looking for a list like this to provide my students with ways to connect to stories. I can't vouch for all the books on the list, but I can say I loved "Yo! Yes?", "Tar Beach", and "Come, on Rain!" I look forward to reading the others!
Here is the link: https://scottwoodsmakeslists.wordpress.com/2016/01/30/28-black-pict...
MakeBeliefsComix.com has published a special free printable for Women's History Month at http://www.makebeliefscomix.com/Printables/print.php?category=Featu...It asks: Imagine that you could talk with any woman in history whom you admire. Who would that be and what would you say to her.You are welcome to print it out and also pin it on your Pinterest page. Hope you will share with your students.
Hi Lauren - this is a GREAT question.
I'm looking for short online biographies about past and present African American in a variety of fields. I would like for my 2nd and 3rd year students to compare and contrast African Americans in a variety of fields such as business, music, mathematics, technology, sports, etc. For example I would like a one student to compare and contrast Etta James and Beyonce. Any suggestions on where to find good stuff? I've tried typing different things into search engines with no luck.
Im looking for St. Patriks day websites to create a webquest. Any suggstions?
Hey there, elementary school teachers! Dr. Diane Heacox (associate professor of Education at St. Cate's in St. Paul, MN) is doing a webinar this Thursday, March 10 at 3pm CST: Defensible Differentiation: Succeeding in Academically Diverse Classrooms. This webinar is for beginners AND those of you who are already differentiating instruction in the classroom. http://www.freespirit.com/Webinars
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