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.
Bringing the Histories of Cuba and Brazil into the Secondary Classroom
Two unique countries with interesting histories (that intersect with events in U.S. history) don’t often receive significant attention in traditional World History courses. Join us to explore the Choices Program’s curriculum units Brazil: A History of Change and History, Revolution, and Reform: New Directions for Cuba. The session’s emphasis is on both 1) how to use one complete unit (or both) in a Latin American Studies course, as well as 2) how to use parts of the units in Geography, U.S., and World History courses.
Note that this webinar will begin at 4 pm ET.
This is a free webinar. Participants will each receive a complimentary one-year Digital Editions license to Brazil: A History of Change OR History, Revolution, and Reform: New Directions for Cuba. They will also receive a discount code for 15 percent off the other unit; this offer will be valid through February 1, 2025.
This webinar is open to all. It is most appropriate for Geography, Latin American Studies, and World and U.S. History teachers.