This course offers different activities for students who are interested in race relations in between the mid to late 1920s and 1930s.
As students read and complete the assignments, they will be more enlightened about life during this decade and be able to compare life back then with life today.
There will be audio instructions, PDF files to download, video lessons and instructions, and more. This course is perfect students in grades 5 through 9 as it covers topics discussed in school.
This course is unique because it is extremely interactive. It even includes a free thirty minute tutoring session which was added to create more of a connection between the teacher and student. It is also part of the course because students are able to ask questions to clarify topics and assignments or to just get to know each other. Learners should enroll in this course because it is fun, interactive and interesting.
This course is also unique because students can complete the course on their own.
When taking this course make sure to check out or purchase the book Bud, Not Buddy as it will make it easier to go through the lessons if you can follow along in the book. You will also need a notebook, a computer/ipad, writing utensil, and a whiteboard for some activities that require quick responses.
At the end of the course you will:
- understand Bud's point of view on life
- define vocabulary words that leads up to a better understanding of the text
- connect life in the 30s and 40s with life today
- write essays that support your thoughts
- create summary paragraphs
- answer comprehension questions
- understand and apply what it means to live in a time of racism, discrimination, and issues children deal with while growing up
This course prepares students for a new perspective on the war we are fighting today #blacklivesmatter
Language of instruction: English