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Exploring Identity and Community: 18-week Curriculum Outline

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Exploring Identity and Community: 18-week Curriculum Outline

This outline provides an instructional pathway for educators to teach an 18-week curriculum that explores questions of identity, family legacy, group membership and choices. It is recommended for 6th-grade educators. It sparks dialogue and challenges students to consider how they can work together to create the kind of community in their school that feels inclusive and inviting for all.

This curriculum is based on the following resources:

This curriculum outline is part of the Developing Student Voice, Character, and Civic Agency collection (formerly titled the Memphis Exploratory collection). 

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It is based on the following resources: 1) Unit: Choices in Little Rock, 2) Memoir: Warriors Don’t Cry, 3) Unit: My Part of the Story, and 4) Nonfiction Book: Enrique’s Journey.

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Examining the Holocaust and Human Behavior: 18-week Curriculum Outline

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It is based on the following resources: 1) Unit: Teaching Holocaust and Human Behavior and 2) Memoir: Somewhere There is Still a Sun.

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