Tag Archives: Social Studies

2020 Curriculum Units Vol 4: WWI and the Shaping of the Twentieth Century

Charlotte’s Contribution to World War I

Stephanie Kelly, Social Studies, Harding University High

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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 1: African American Poetry and the Idea of Citizenship

African American Poetry and the Idea of Citizenship: Citizenship, Rights, and the Constitution

Pia N. Townes, Social Studies, Wilson STEM Academy

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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 1: African American Poetry and the Idea of Citizenship

Exploring African American Citizenship Through Spoken Word

Christie Johnson, Exceptional Children, Albemarle Road Elementary

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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 1: African American Poetry and the Idea of Citizenship

My Country, My Voice: Teaching the Progression of the Concept of Citizenship from the Eras of Slavery, Reconstruction, Jim Crow and the Civil Rights Movement

April Louzini, 4th Grade, E.E. Waddell Language Academy

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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 6: Cultivating Visual Literacy

Look at the World; Speak for the Trees

Jessica Young, Second Grade, Davidson ES

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 1: Literacy and Literacies in the 21st Century

Cultural Views on Government Over Time

Michael Richards, Social Studies, Bailey Middle School

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 7: Tracing the Legacy of Hispanic Cultures - 1492 to Today

Exploitation in Cuba during the Ages of Exploration and Colonization

Lisa Modrow, Social Studies, Bailey Middle School

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2015 Vol 7: Africa: Moving Beyond Popular Culture

Fresh off the Boat: Helping Immigrants and Non-Immigrants Unpack the Stereotypes that Affect their School Experience in America

Justine Busto, ESL, East Mecklenburg High School

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2015 Vol 7: Africa: Moving Beyond Popular Culture

Accuracy in Africa: The Causes of the Sierra Leone Civil War as a Lens for Stereotypes of African Conflicts

Ian Joyce, Social Studies, Eastway Middle School

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2015 Vol 5: Peace Education: Psychological Factors that Endorse War

Social Conformity versus Free Thinking

Michael Richards, Social Studies, Bailey Middle School

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2015 Vol 4: Fundamentals of Mathematics

LegoLand Construction: Building a Strong Foundation of Multiplication and Measurement

Miesha Gadsden, Third Grade, J.H. Gunn Elementary

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2015 Vol 2: What Makes a Nation?

The Development of French Nationalism in the French Revolution and the Age of Napoleon

Lisa Modrow, Social Studies, Bailey Middle School

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2015 Vol 2: What Makes a Nation?

…a Constitution? Using Metacognitive Inquiry to Disaggregate Democracy in North Carolina

Calen Randolph Clifton, Social Studies, Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School

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2015 Vol 2: What Makes a Nation?

“We are a nation descended from immigrants and revolutionists”

Alexandra Kennedy Edwards, Social Studies, Bailey Middle School

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2014 Curriculum Units Vol 7: Visual Storytelling in Children's and Young Adult literature

Let’s Be Friends: Examining Why It’s Important to Have an Understanding of Friendship at an Early Age

Brandy Daniels, Social Studies, Irwin Academic Center

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