Clarissa Hill Cemetery Lesson Plan

Title

Clarissa Hill Cemetery Lesson Plan

Description

PDF of lesson plan

Creator

Carter Etgen

Date

Spring 2024

Language

English

Type

PDF

Duration

90 minutes

Standards

AH.C&G.1.4 Explain how racism, oppression, and discrimination of indigenous peoples, racial minorities, and other marginalized groups have impacted equality and power in America.
AH.G.1.4 Explain how slavery, forced migration, immigration, reconcentration and other discriminatory practices have changed population distributions and regional culture
AH.H.1.1 Explain the causes and effects of various domestic conflicts in terms of race, gender, and political, economic, and social factors.
AH.H.3.3 Critique the extent to which economic, social, cultural, geographic, and political factors of various turning points changed the American historical narrative.
AH.H.3.4 Compare how competing historical narratives of various turning points portray individuals and groups including marginalized people.

Objectives

AH.B.1.3 Critique multiple perspectives of American identity in terms of oppression, stereotypes, diversity, inclusion, and exclusion.

Materials

Paper, pencils, printed copies of pictures and articles, white board & markers, and printed copy of Junaluska: Oral Histories of a Black Appalachian Community

Files

Final Copy of Etgen, Carter and Tyler, Phillip - JHA Lesson Plan - Clarissa Hill Cemetery.pdf

Collection

Citation

Carter Etgen, “Clarissa Hill Cemetery Lesson Plan,” Junaluska Heritage Association, accessed June 23, 2024, https://junaluskaheritage.org/document/118.

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