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ERIC Number: ED048029
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 57
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Social Studies Resources for Inclusion of Negro History and Culture in the Dade County Curriculum.
Dade County Board of Public Instruction, Miami, FL.
The guide is intended to help social studies teachers incorporate activities and materials into the curriculum that reflect the role of the Negro in history, and to encourage the development of student understanding of Negro history and culture. Suggested units are: Race and Culture, African Heritage, The Legacy of Slavery, Striving for Freedom, Twentieth Century Struggle for Civil and Human Rights, and The New Negro Movement: Freedom Now. Material resources are described and learning activities are suggested for each grade level 7 through 12. They are related to concepts in these particular courses: Basic Education and Civics 7, World Cultural Geography 9, American History 8 and 11, World History, Psychology, Sociology, United States Government, and Economics 12. The units, activities, and materials could be used to support a one semester, half-credit, elective course in Negro History and Culture. A 16-page annotated bibliography of books and a list of social studies consultants are appended. (SBE)
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Authoring Institution: Dade County Board of Public Instruction, Miami, FL.