Tag Archives: Stereotypes

2017 Curriculum Units Vol 7: The Rise (and Fall) of Democracies around the World

Islam, Media, and the Arab Spring “and their affairs shall be discussed among them” (وَأمَْرُھُمْ شُورَىٰ بیَْنھَُم)

M. Bassam Halaweh, Arabic, Hawthorne Health Sciences

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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 2: Media and Minorities: Unpacking Stereotypes

What I Do Not See on T.V: Creating New Norms for Minority Life that Defy Media Stereotypes

Torie Wheatley, English, North Mecklenburg HS

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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 2: Media and Minorities: Unpacking Stereotypes

Becoming a Critical Consumer of Media: Developing Media Literacy and the Value of Positive Stereotypes

Marielle Matheus, Third Grade, Irwin Academic Center

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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 2: Media and Minorities: Unpacking Stereotypes

Challenging Stereotypes and Redefining Great Literature: A Kindergarten Exploration

Liza Quinn, Literacy, E.E. Waddell Language Academy

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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 2: Media and Minorities: Unpacking Stereotypes

Stay Woke: Exploring, Unpacking and Finding out Who I am

Latonda Mitchell, Second Grade, Mountain Island Lake Academy

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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 2: Media and Minorities: Unpacking Stereotypes

Ch-Ch-Changes: Exploring Stereotypes in Children’s Media and Literature

Kim Scouller  Second Grade Barringer Academic Center

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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 2: Media and Minorities: Unpacking Stereotypes

Recognition of the Power of Stereotypical Images of African Americans in Media

Franchone Bey, English, West Charlotte High School

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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 2: Media and Minorities: Unpacking Stereotypes

Stereotypical Scientists Unearthed: Will the Real Scientists Please Stand Up!

DeNise Gerst, Science, Barringer Academic Center

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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 2: Media and Minorities: Unpacking Stereotypes

How Come You Ain’t Never Like Me? Identity Development in August Wilson’s ‘Fences’

Annette Teasdell, English/ History, North Mecklenburg HS

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2015 Vol 8: Supernatural Figures in Theatre, Film and the Brain

“Who’s bad? Exploring Young Children’s Perception of Heroes and Villains in Literature”

Silvia Monsalve, First Grade, Oaklawn Language Academy

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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

Understanding Food Choices in Africa

Darrmetacia Winston, Family Consumer Science, Olympic High School

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2015 Vol 2: What Makes a Nation?

It Takes a Nation: Forming and Informing School Identity through Media

Michele Lemere, English, Garinger High School

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2013 Curriculum Units Vol 8: Urban Encounters: Hispanic and African American Literature

Hidden Bias: Does It Describe Who We Are?

Jennifer Ladanyi, Language Arts, Bailey Middle School

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2012 Curriculum Units Vol 6: "All immigration is local": Exploring the New Geography of Immigration

¿Cómo son los hispanohablantes? Who are those from Spanish-speaking countries?

Brittany Head, Spanish, Jay M. Robinson Middle School

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