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The-problem-we-all-live-with - Dropbox. Dropbox - the-problem-we-all-live-with. Bet You Didn't Know: Rosa Parks Video - Rosa Parks. You're almost done! You will soon receive an activation email. Once you click on the link, you will be added to our list. If you do not receive this email, please contact us. To ensure delivery to your inbox, add us to your address book. Oops, there's a problem. This email address has previously opted out from receiving any emails from HISTORY and/or A+E Networks. If you changed your mind, please contact us. The Story of Rosa Parks. De la case de l'Oncle Tom à l'élection d'Obama, la longue route vers la liberté.

Scénario pédagogique - Dossier A2-B1 (Collège) - Immigration - Anglais - Langues en ligne - CNDP. Les Objectifs énoncés sont ancrés sur les recommandations du Cadre européen commun de référence pour les langues (CECRL, Conseil de l’Europe, 2001) : Culturels/Interculturels (cf. chapitre V, 1. Compétences générales : savoir, aptitudes et savoir-faire, savoir être et savoir apprendre)Communicatifs : activités de communication langagière et stratégies, capacités traitées (cf. chapitre IV)Langagiers : compétences linguistiques, sociolinguistiques et pragmatiques (cf. chapitre V, 2.

Compétences spécifiques) Les Documents supports constituent autant de types de « textes » authentiques permettant de travailler les objectifs (cf. chapitre IV). Étape 1 Objectif et dispositif préconiséAu cours de cette étape, on introduit le thème de Ellis Island à travers une photo d’époque puis on aborde de courts documents écrits sur le thème de l’immigration aux USA. Activité 1 : AnticipationLa séquence débute avec une phase d’anticipation à partir de la photo d’Augustus F.

Étape 2 Prolongements possibles Films. Amistad Lesson Plan - Slavery; Abolition; John Quincy Adams. One of the Best! This movie is on TWM's short list of the best movies to supplement classes in United States History, High School Level.SUBJECTS — U.S./1812 - 1860 & Diversity; SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING — Justice; Courage; Rebellion; Human Rights;MORAL-ETHICAL EMPHASIS — Respect; Caring; Citizenship.

Age: 14+; MPAA Rating -- R (for violence and language); Drama; 1996; 138 minutes; Color. Available from Amazon.com. Description: This movie is a fictionalized account of the 1839 revolt by illegally enslaved Africans aboard the Spanish ship, Le Amistad. When the ship was seized on the high seas by a U.S. Rationale for Using the Movie: Amistad illustrates the horrors of the slave trade as it clarifies the divisive nature of the slavery issue in the United States. Objectives/Student Outcomes Using this Learning Guide: History and ELA classes: students will gain insight into the experience of captives, the efforts of abolitionists and the legal issues involved in slavery. . . .

Amistad (film about slavery) BlueOrangeGreenPinkPurple Welcome to our blog, stranger :) Hey blog visitors! Here we are going to talk about a very important subject , Multiculturalism. So we hope you like it and keep visiting our blog! Mar04 Amistad (film about slavery) .fullpost{display:inline;} Amistad is a 1997 Steven Spielberg film based on the true story of a slave mutiny that took place aboard a ship of the same name in 1839, and the legal battle that followed.

Photos from Amistad: sources: Read More 0 comentários | Publicada por Ana Patricia A.k.a Patita 0 comentários Enviar um comentário Give your opinion! Mensagem mais recenteMensagem antigaPágina inicial Multiculturalism is great! Equality "For diversity, against Discrimination" Writers Vitor SoaresAna Patrícia CardosoMelissa Pinto Classmates Blogs Sites Blog Archive Seguidores Search © Copyright Multiculturalism makes our world greater.

Back to Top. The American Civil War - American History for Kids! In the 1850s AD, white people in the southern part of the United States were getting more and more angry with rich people who lived in the North. One reason was that these northern rich people were getting richer from new factories they were building, and the southern rich people were not. Men and women and kids working as slaves in Alabama (1861) Poor people were coming from all over Europe to work in the northern factories, but they didn't come to the South, so in the South rich land-owners still forced African-American people to work as slaves in their big cotton and tobacco fields. People in the North wanted to make the southern land-owners free these people, because they thought slavery was unfair.

The African-Americans thought that sounded good. But the Southern land-owners were afraid that ending slavery would just make the South even poorer, and the North would still be rich. Abraham Lincoln Here's a good video explaining major issues of the Civil War Welcome to Kidipede! Or. Ruby Bridges visits with the President and her portrait. La vie en société, les problèmes de discrimination - Réviser le cours - Anglais. Séquence racisme, noir, USA, collège, anglais. New sites - March 2008 - Part 2. Slavery : Activities - Cartoons - Cinema - Facts - History - Lesson plans - Listening - Maps - Photos - Paintings - Posters - Poems - PowerPoint Presentations - Songs - Stories - Videos - Vocabulary - Webquests.

Worksheets - Black Peoples of America. Worksheets - Black Peoples of America. American History Worksheets: Slavery and the Underground Railroad | Teach Like A PCV. This constellation holds a secret In the eighth lesson in the American History Worksheet series, students are asked to listen to an old slave melody that held a secret, hidden meaning. Objective: Students will understand the hardship slaves faced as they made their ways towards freedom. Time: One class period. Resources: the video of “Follow the Drinking Gourd” available either downloaded or available through the Internet; one worksheet for each student; pens or pencils.

Download this resource (.doc) Warm Up Ask the students what they know about slavery. Presentation: Show this video of the slave song “Follow the Drinking Gourd.” Follow the drinking gourd Source Practice Students will test their comprehension with the crossword puzzle. Application Discuss with your students the answers to the following questions: Why do you think slaves wanted to escape the South? Like this: Like Loading... Slavery : Listening - Activities - Vocabulary. Slavery : Cinema. Amistad (1997) - Official Theatrical Trailer. Slavery : Cinema.  DECOUVERTE DE L'AUTRE. SÉQUENCE PÉDAGOGIQUE COLLEGE Palier 2 - L’ ici et l’ailleurs Thématique: Controverse sur des faits historiques Problématique: Pourquoi « Columbus Day » est-elle une festivité controversée aux USA ? En 5ème les élèves ont étudié Christophe Colomb (programme d’Histoire). On s’appuiera sur leurs connaissances acquises.

Il s 'agit maintenant de les amener à réaliser qu'un événement historique tel que la découverte du continent Américain par Christophe Colomb n'a pas eu que des conséquences positives pour les colonisateurs. Activités langagières dominantes d’entraînement choisies: - De la compréhension de l’oral vers l’expression de l’oral en continu. - D'une photo vers l'expression écrite (ou l'interaction orale) (- ou encore de la compréhension orale vers l’interaction orale) Niveaux du CECRL visés: De A2 vers B1 Objectifs visés: - Comprendre l’essentiel d’un document sonore et en faire un compte-rendu oral. Supports authentiques retenus: 1. 2. Controversy-about-the-Columbus-Day-Holiday 3. 4.