Cubans have very different opinions about their country and its history, particularly about the Cuban Revolution that began in 1959. In this unit, students explore Cuba’s history, the Cuban Revolution, and consider the country’s future.
What’s Available for Ethnic Studies Courses from the Choices Program?
The session will present specific lessons found in existing Choices curriculum units, including History, Revolution, and Reform: New Directions for Cuba; Imperial America: U.S. Global Expansion, 1890-1915; Westward Expansion: A New History; Freedom Now: The Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi; and Immigration and the U.S. Policy Debate, that would be appropriate for use in an Ethnic Studies course.
“I really appreciate it when you leave professional development and can immediately put the training to practical use. I cannot imagine a teacher not being sold on Choices.” – Erin, Workshop Participant
This is a free webinar. Participants will receive three sample lessons from two of the curriculum units listed above.
Anyone who teaches an Ethnic Studies elective or a similar course is welcome to attend.