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Amplifying #OwnVoices: Confronting Microaggressions and Finding Empowerment
This post is the fifth in a series about including diverse voices in English curriculum while exploring issues and needs related to gifted students. This series will focus on various essays found in the YA nonfiction anthology, Our Stories, Our Voices: 21 YA Authors Get Real About Injustice, Empowerment, and Growing Up Female in America.…
Amplifying #OwnVoices: Recognizing and Affirming Indigenous Youth
Modernizing the Canon: Amplifying Silenced Voices in To Kill a Mockingbird
Lesson Summary This post provides a lesson unit for introducing gifted and talented students to To Kill a Mockingbird by amplifying the diverse voices within the narrative. This unit provide differentiated lessons allowing you to investigate characters in the book, study historical context, explore the theme of empathy, research and bring to light silenced voices…
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