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
In this first of a two-part webinar, participants will explore the Choices Program’s curriculum unit Brazil: A History of Change. This curriculum draws students into an often surprising and overlooked history of the largest country in South America by giving students an overview of Brazil’s past and tracking its legacies through the present.
Session 2 (date TBD) will feature an expert from the Duke Brazil Initiative to deepen content knowledge of the country.Co-sponsored with UNC-Duke Consortium in Latin American & Caribbean Studies
Participants who attend the webinar will receive a free digital or print edition of Brazil: A History of Change. CEUs available.
To register, email Corin Zaragoza Estrera at email@example.com
Space is limited to the first 25 high school teachers who register.
I got a taste of what the material is like, which intrigued me. I love how it’s laid out; from geography, to history, to current events.
– Recent Webinar Participant