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Fully Interactive Teachers Guide
Format: Adobe Flash SWF > Open Page
This is a more engaging experience with tools for social network sharing. This may not work on all Apple mobile devices.
Recommended for classroom environments and projection setups.
Basic Interactive Teachers Guide
This format is the most universal and can be read on most computers and mobile devices. It can also be used to print from.There is basic interactivity included with this version.
Recommended for easy portability on mobile devices and for printing.
Printable Resources for Teachers, Students, and Reading Groups.
“FILTER” – A discussion building pre-reading exercise designed to prime the group for a lively discussion.
Web Building Tools– ReadWriteThink.org offers an easy to use interactive web building tool.
CHAPTER 2 -ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
“White Flight” – Additional links and resources to enrich discussion on block busting.
–Post War Economic Boom
CHAPTER 3 -ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
Photos – Aunt Jemima
–“Only Negro Alexandria High Graduate Portrays Version of ‘Aunt Jemima,’ ” Park Region Echo (Alexandria, Minn.), October 3, 1950.
–“Aunt Jemima and the Paul Craig Family” – The Marshalltown Times Republican (1959).
Photo courtesy of The Family of Joburness Kelso (Joburness Kelso featured as Aunt Jemima).
–“Quaker Oats’s Aunt Jemima” – Photo courtesy of The Family of Joburness Kelso (Joburness Kelso featured as Aunt Jemima).
–“Joburness Kelso as Aunt Jemima_1” -Photo courtesy of The Family of Joburness Kelso (Joburness Kelso featured as Aunt Jemima).
–“Joburness Kelso as Aunt Jemima_2” -Photo courtesy of The Family of Joburness Kelso (Joburness Kelso featured as Aunt Jemima).
–Aunt Jemima is Alive and Cookin”’: An Advertiser’s. Dilemma of Competing Collective Memories. Judy Foster Davis
– Create Your Own Time Line– ReadWriteThink.org offers students the ability to create an interactive timeline then print to display.
CHAPTER 6- ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
–“Sacrifice” -A graphic organizer to illustrate cause and effect.
–“The Herringbone Effect” – A graphic organizer to help facilitate a discussion on cause and effect.
CHAPTER 7- ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
–“Photos with Feeling,” The Hundred Dresses– Helping readers create meaningful connections to the text.
–“The Hundred Dresses,” photo.– Courtesy of the Chicago Children’s Theater.
CHAPTER 8- ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
–“U.S. Navy Enlistment Form”– Belvin Norris
–“Army & Navy: Black Sailors,” Time, August 17, 1942.
–Guide to Command of Negro Naval Personal (Washington, DC: Navy Department, Bureau of Naval Personnel, February 12, 1945).
-The Negro in the Navy in World War II.
–Pictures of African Americas in WWII– Courtesy of The National Archives
–“Women in Military Service” -Courtesy of womensmemorial.org
–“Pictures of African American Women in the Military”– Courtesy of The National Archives
CHAPTER 10- ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
–“Join us to Register” — Photo Courtesy of Esther Jackson
– “Oral History Interview with Modjeska Simkins“, July 28, 1976- Southern Oral History Collection
–“The Blinding of Isaac Woodard,” –Andrew Myers, P.63. Excerpt from The Proceedings, 2004.