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Cultural Literacy: Boston Massacre

One of the supreme and bitter ironies of the events leading up to the founding of this nation is the death, in the Boston Massacre, of… 75 more words

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Independent Practice: Kingdom of Ghana

After a very pleasant weekend, here on a Monday morning, in Mark’s Text Terminal’s ongoing observation of Black History Month 2019, is an independent practice… 46 more words

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Cultural Literacy: Benjamin Banneker

Although he is little known today, Benjamin Banneker was an African-American Renaissance man. If you’d like your students to know something about him, this Cultural Literacy worksheet on Benjamin Banneker… 47 more words

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Everyday Edit: Duke Ellington

Here is an Everyday Edit worksheet on Duke Ellington¬†which Mark’s Text Terminal routes to your from the good people at Education World. That hyperlink will take you to a year’s worth of Everyday Edit worksheets–for free!–if you find them useful in your practice.

English Language Arts

Miles Davis and Fusion Jazz

When I was in high school, one of the ways one exercised one’s will to power was to possess more, and deeper, cultural knowledge. This was particularly true of music. 211 more words

English Language Arts

Independent Practice: Mansa Musa

Now that I’m working in a school district where deep instruction in world history is a pedagogical afterthought–if that–I appreciate more than ever New York State’s high standards for social studies instruction. 95 more words

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Cultural Literacy: NAACP

If you can use it for Black History Month 2019, or any other month for that matter, since the organization is an important part of United States history, here is a… 46 more words

English Language Arts