Mr. Valenzuela
3Aug/15

FHAO Race and Membership: Teacher Resources

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1) The Individual and Society

 FHAO Race+Membership Individual and Society Seminar

microsoft_word_logo Defining Identity

youtube-logo I Am Not My Hair Song

microsoft_word_logo I Am Not My Hair Lyrics

adobe-pdf-logo Little Things Are Big

2) Why Differences Matter

link A Class Divided

microsoft_word_logo Your America Metaphor Handout

 FHAO Race+Membership Why Differences Matter Seminar

3) Science and the Invention of Race

microsoft_word_logo Science and the Invention of Race Jigsaw

link Understanding Race - Who Is White?

 FHAO Race+Membership Science of Race Seminar

link RaceBox (US Census Race Questions from 1790-2010)

4) Slavery Without Chains: Segregation and Jim Crow

link The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow (PBS)

adobe-pdf-logo Segregation Primary Sources Packet A

adobe-pdf-logo Segregation Primary Sources Packet B

adobe-pdf-logo Segregation Primary Sources Packet C

youtube-logo Rise and Fall of Jim Crow: Consequences of Plessy Video

 FHAO Race+Membership Slavery Without Chains: Segregation and Jim Crow Seminar

5) Road to Brown v. Board of Education

 FHAO Race+Membership Road to Brown Seminar

microsoft_word_logo Classifying Arguments for Each Side of the Case



microsoft_word_logo Instructions for Legal Strategies of the NAACPedia

 Legal Strategies of the NAACPedia Master Slides

 Plessy v. Ferguson (model slide)

link Charles Hamilton Houston (research link)

link Thurgood Marshall (research link)

link The NAACP (research link)

legal_scales_black_silhouette Buchanan v. Warley (research link)

legal_scales_black_silhouette Gaines v. Canada (research link)

legal_scales_black_silhouette Mendez v. Westminster (research link)

legal_scales_black_silhouette Sweatt v. Painter (research link)

legal_scales_black_silhouette McLaurin v. Oklahoma State Regents (research link)

legal_scales_black_silhouette Henderson v. United States (research link)

6) Boston School Desegregation Through Busing

 FHAO Race+Membership Boston School Desegregation Through Busing

youtube-logo Eyes on the Prize ("Keys to the Kingdom") Video

youtube-logo Beyond Brown: Pursuing the Promise Video

link This American Life - The Problem We Live With (Audio) Part I and Part II

link Boston School Desegregation And Busing: A Timeline Of Events

 link "It Was Like A 'War Zone': Busing In Boston" (WBUR)

 link "American Schools Are More Segregated Now Than They Were In 1968, And The Supreme Court Doesn’t Care" (Think Progress)

15Oct/13

Civics Homework – Oct 15

top-10

Today in class, students assessed their knowledge of topics studied in Unit 1 by taking a Unit Test.

Homework - p. 38 - Write a "Top 10 List" of things learned in Unit 1, make sure each one starts "I learned about..."

p. 39 - Write in BIG LETTERS in the middle of the page the title of our next unit: "Unit 2: Vote!"

11Oct/13

Civics Homework – Oct 11

Jeopardy

Today in class, students completed their in-class review of Unit 1 by completing their study guide and playing Jeopardy review game. If you missed class, but still want to play, click the link below:

Unit 1 Jeopardy Review

Homework - Continuing studying for the Unit 1 Test on Tuesday - try ALL of the study strategies we have learned in class and review all of your notes and materials!

Reminder - The final step (the reflection) of your Unit 1 Interview of an Immigrant Project is due on Tuesday!

adobe-pdf-logo Unit 1 Project Reflection Organizer

10Oct/13

Civics Homework – Oct 10

studying1

Today in class, students continued to prepare for the Unit 1 Test by practicing various study strategies.

Homework - p. 36 - Write a note (6+ sentences) to Mr. Valenzuela telling him how you are studying, what strategies you are using, what you feel confident about, and what you feel concerned about for next Tuesday's unit test.

Reminder - The interview transcript of the Unit 1 Interview of an Immigrant Project is due TOMORROW! Your transcript should be neatly written or typed (in question & answer format).

8Oct/13

Civics – Unit 1 Flashcards – Review for Tuesday’s Test!

8Oct/13

Civics Homework – Oct 8

flashcards

Today in class, students prepared for their Unit 1 Test this week by using a variety of study strategies, including a study guide, independent notes review, and flashcards.

Homework - p. 34 - Create your own "fake" test of 10 QUESTIONS on what you learned in Unit 1 and their ANSWERS!

7Oct/13

Undocumented Americans (Video)

7Oct/13

Civics Homework – Oct 7

dream_act

Today in class, students discussed and debated the proper way in which the government should deal with the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States, including the nearly 2 million that were brought to this country when they were under the age of 16 - the so-called "DREAMers." Students also practiced making strong arguments by analyzing arguments in support of and against the DREAM Act.

Homework - p. 32 - Complete the Undocumented Immigrants Interview handout by asking at least THREE (3) adults their opinions on what should happen to undocumented immigrants in this country.

4Oct/13

Civics Homework – Oct 4

working together to stop hate

Today in class, students described how communities come together and respond to hate by finishing the film Not in Our Town III: The Light in the Darkness. Students also reflected on which strategies could be most effective when dealing with preventing hate and discrimination in our own community.

Homework - p. 30 - Complete the Working Together To Stop Hate Handout - this is worth TWO HW STAMPS, so make sure you complete BOTH sides!

3Oct/13

Civics Homework – Oct 3

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Today in class, students watched and discussed the film Not in Our Town III: The Light in the Darkness. Students completed an Anticipation and Viewing Guide before, during and after the film.

Check out the trailer for the movie here

View crime statistics on hate crimes from the FBI

Find out what you can do to get involved

Homework - Complete your OPEN-ENDED QUESTIONS for the Unit 1 Interview of an Immigrant Project - at least 7 of your own questions!