Teaching the Struggle for Civil Rights, 1948-1976

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ISBN-13:
9781433143663
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.08.2018
Seiten:
216
Autor:
Whitney Blankenship
Gewicht:
332 g
Format:
226x149x17 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:
Teaching the Struggle for Civil Rights, 1948-1976 will provide readers with critical content knowledge of lesser known figures and events in the 20th century Civil Rights Movement.
Tables - Caroline R. Pryor: Preface to the Book Series: Teaching Critical Themes in American History - Acknowledgments - Whitney G. Blankenship: Introduction - Section 1: Historical Analysis - Robert Cvornyek and Whitney G. Blankenship: An American Dilemma: Contextualizing the Modern Civil Rights Movement, 1948-1976 - Gary A. Homana: Portraitures of Living in the Era of Legal Segregation: Baltimore, Maryland - Kristen E. Duncan: Education for Emancipation: The Mississippi Freedom Schools - Chaddrick Galloway: Invisible Leader: Septima Poinsette Clark's Covert Contributions to the Civil Rights Movement - Christopher L. Busey and Paul D. Mencke: "They Never Lynched You, They Never Called You a N ": Black Athletes, Black Critical Patriotism, and the Mid-20 th Century Freedom Movement - Ellen Bigler: From the Margins to Center Stage: The Chicano Movement - Phonsia Nie and Noreen Naseem Rodriguez: The Asian American Movement and Civil Rights - Section 2: Pedagogical Issues - Aaron C. Bruewer and Jayne R. Beilke: Teaching the Long Civil Rights Movement - Bryan Gibbs: The Teaching of Lynching: Considering a Pedagogic Necessity - LaGarrett J. King and John A. Moore: From the Bottom Up: Citizenship Education during the Civil Rights Movement - ArCasia James: "It was never that simple": Complicating the Master-Narrative around School Desegregation - Cinthia S. Salinas, Amanda E. Vickery and Noreen Naseem Rodriguez: The GI Forum, Felix Longoria and El Movimiento : Understanding the Latina/o Civil Rights Movement through Critical Historical Inquiry - Section 3: Lesson Plans and Resources - Appendix: Teaching Civil Rights Using Inquiry Design Method: Lesson Plans and Resources - Contributors - Index.
Teaching the Struggle for Civil Rights, 1948-1976 will provide readers with critical content knowledge of lesser known figures and events in the 20th century Civil Rights Movement. As the initial volume in the Teaching Critical Themes in American History series, the book will also fulfill the aim of the series, which is to provide teachers with history content, pedagogical strategies, and teaching resources organized around key themes in American history and critical topics on which they might want to concentrate.
In Teaching the Struggle for Civil Rights, 1948-1976, traditional civil rights narratives are expanded through the use of an intersectional lens within historical analysis essays that provide additional context to the larger civil rights movements of the period. The pedagogical issues essays focus on common concerns and disputes that often surround the teaching of civil rights. Lesson plans and related resources addressing the topics highlighted by chapter authors are also included in the book. Social studies and history methods professors and curriculum coordinators will find the book helpful for introducing the teaching of civil rights movements. Pre-service and in-service educators can use the lesson plans and resources as models for their own units of study.