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Unit TitleAuthor

2020


Heritage or Renewal: The Impacts of Gentrification

Matthew Menschner
Keywords: gentrification, heritage, local history, Philadelphia Neighborhoods

Studying Mexico City Through Many Layers

Meghan Agnew
Keywords: city systems, Mexico city, Mexico history

Ciudades mexicanas en el pasado y el presente (Mexican Cities in the Past and Present)

Sean Carr
Keywords: colonial Mexico, Mexican cities, Mexican culture, modern MExico, Spanish 2

The City In History: Mastering Essential Research Skills

William Otto
Keywords: computer research, computer science, research skills

Movement on Board for Mathematics Teaching

Vicki Baker
Keywords: Algebra 2, calculus, powerpoint, visual math

Liberated Through Literacy: The African American Pursuit of Equity in Education

Charlette Walker
Keywords: anti-literacy laws, Black educators, Black history, courage, education, ELA, literacy, neo-slavery, Reading, resilience, Slavery, systemic racism

“Free To Be ME”

Charlene Jones
Keywords: abolitionist, bullying, by-stander, campaign, Middle School, Slavery, students, up-standers

Can the New Histories of Slavery Create Compassion In Youth

Donna Butler-Jones
Keywords: African American History, Black History month, Slavery

Welcome to America: Enslaved Diasporic and Indigenous People

Jeri Johnson, M.S. Ed., M.S. School Psychology
Keywords: Afircan American History, American History, indigenous people, Slavery

Slavery: A Tough Lesson to Learn

Margo Pinckney-Wilson
Keywords: diversity, poetry, Slavery

The Slavery Project: Why It All Matters

Nora Karasanyi
Keywords: “Negro Spirituals”, abolition, abolitionist, awakening, bondage, discrimination, emancipation, existence, freedom – spiritual, inequality, justice, kidnapping, memory book, monologue, oppression, physical, proclamation, racism, Reverse Underground Railroad, Slavery, subservient, suffrage, Underground Railroad

Forging A Connection: Releasing the bondage of internalized oppression through quality social studies instruction

Sondra W. Gonzalez
Keywords: abolitionist, internalized racism. vacant esteem. ever-present anger. racial socialization, Slavery

2019


Keeping the Lead Out: Healthy Hydration at Home and at School.

Cristobal Carambo
Keywords: Chemistry, child development, environment, Health, health policies, lead, neurotoxin

Interpreting Data

Nicole Gasser
Keywords: environment, Flint, Health, lead, math literacy, Michigan, Philadelphia Region

Lead: Causes, Effects, and Prevention

Stephanie M Robinson
Keywords: child development, Health, lead, lead paint, lead poisoning, paint

Living With Lead: Lessons for Environmental Justice and Citizenship

Ryann Rouse
Keywords: analyzing informational texts, central theme, environmental citizenship, environmental justice, Flint, interpreting facts, lead, lead legislation, lead paint, lead poisoning, lead regulation, Philadelphia, research project, toxicity, toxins, water crisis

Lead Bioaccumulation

Chris Sikich
Keywords: bioaccumulation, environment, environmental justice, Health, health issues, lead, lead chemistry

Lead Affects Our Lives and Our Learning

Charlette Walker
Keywords: activism, Health, lead, research based, writing assignments

Concentrating on Solutions to Soil Lead Contamination at Home

Eual A. Phillips, Jr.
Keywords: environment, ESD, Health, lead, lead contamination, lead poisoning, soil contamination

The Globalization of Tastebuds and Capitalism

Amanda Fiegel
Keywords: capitalism, cultural convergence, fast food, globalization, imperialism, McDonalds