Students trace the history of the Black freedom struggle from Reconstruction through the 1960s. Readings and activities focus on the grassroots movement to achieve civil rights for African Americans.
Skills-based Lessons for Women’s History
Are you teaching a women’s history course or looking to add more women’s history to your other classes but aren’t sure where to find a culturally responsive curriculum? Choices offers a number of inclusive lessons that highlight women’s roles in selected historical turning points. We’ll examine four lessons from four different Choices curriculum units and discuss how you might implement them in your classroom. We’ll also highlight the skills embedded in each lesson.
The four lessons will be provided in a pdf format to all that attend. The lessons are:
- Women’s Experiences in SNCC – Civil Rights unit
- Women, Gender and the Vietnam War – Vietnam War unit
- The Women’s War: Feminist Resistance – Nigeria unit
- Native Hawaiian [Women’s] Resistance to Annexation- Imperial America unit
Note that this webinar will begin at 7 pm ET.
This is a free webinar. All participants will receive complimentary PDF copies of the four lessons covered in the webinar.
This webinar is open to all.