Slavery and The Social Studies
By Christy G. Keeler, Ph.D.
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This podcast provides resource material for use with Clark County School District's Teaching American History Grant module titled "Slavery and Integrated Social Studies ." As part of the module, third through fifth grade teachers will learn to use and create Google Earth resources to create Google Lit Trips.
|1||Online Resources for Teaching about Slavery||The following resources offer resources and suggestions for teaching about slavery in America. Slave Voices: This American Memory (Library of Congress) collection including recordings between 1932 and 1975 includes hours of actual voices in audio format t||9 3 11||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||Google Lit Trips Assignment||For this Teaching American History Grant module, each participating teacher will either create or collaborate on the creation of at least five annotated placemarks in a Google Lit Trip relating to one of the grant provided children's books about slavery.||14 2 11||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||Module Syllabus||Click here for the module syllabus. Module Description This module will enhance teacher knowledge and context relating to the history of slavery in the United States. The content focus will be on the institution in relation to American culture, society an||31 1 11||Free||View In iTunes|
||Lecture: Michael Green — "Slavery and the Constitution"||Click here for Dr. Michael S. Green's podcast titled "Slavery and the Constitution."||12 3 10||Free||View In iTunes|
|5||Slavery Simulations||The following units/lesson plans simulate experiences relating to the issue of slavery in the United States. Riding the Underground Railroad: This simulation involves having students simulate escaping the South until they are either captured or they reach||31 8 09||Free||View In iTunes|