This unit provides a wide-ranging overview of racial slavery in the Americas and the opportunity for students to consider how the past shapes the present.
Choices U.S. History Units and the Teaching Hard History American Slavery Framework
The Choices Program and the Teaching Hard History Project recently collaborated to align six Choices Program U.S. History units to the popular Teaching Hard History: American Slavery Framework. Join us as we:
PROVIDE an overview of the Teaching Hard History: American Slavery Framework, which guides educators in teaching about the critical topic of slavery and its legacies.
PRESENT a summary of the Choices Program alignment with the Teaching Hard History: American Slavery Framework.
DISCUSS ways educators can use Choices Program curriculum to teach about slavery and its legacies in a responsible and just manner.
NOTE: This webinar will begin at 7 pm ET.Co-sponsored by the Teaching Hard History Project and the National Council for History Education
This is a free webinar. Participants will be provided with three U.S. history lessons, one each from Racial Slavery in the Americas: Resistance, Freedom, and Legacies; We the People: A New Nation; and The Civil War and the Meaning of Liberty.
Kate Shuster, director of the Teaching Hard History Project, will co-present this webinar.
Anyone who is interested in learning how selected early U.S. history curriculum units from the Choices Program align with the Teaching Hard History American Slavery Framework is welcome to attend.