The largest South American country has an often surprising and overlooked history. In this unit, students see Brazil as a unique, dynamic country with an important history, diverse culture, and its own path of development.
Brazil: A History of Change
Do you teach about Brazil in a world history, geography, current issues, or Latin American Studies course? If so, join us as we explore the readings, videos, and lesson plans in the Brazil: A History of Change curriculum unit from the Choices Program. The unit helps students see Brazil as a unique, dynamic country with an important history, diverse culture, and its own path of development.
NOTE: This webinar will begin at 7 pm ET.
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Registration fee: $25 for the first 18 individuals who register. After that, the regular fee of $45 will be charged.
The registration fee includes a two-year individual Digital Editions license for the Brazil: A History of Change unit ($45 value).
All secondary level educators who include Brazil in their teaching are welcome to attend.