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Race Relations (see Ethnicity; History; Multiculturalism; Prejudice; Slavery)

Affirmative Action
96.01.12 Affirmative Action Debate
96.01.13 Affirmative Action: Is It Still Necessary?

African American
90.01.05 Parallel Studies of the Afro-American and Puerto Rican Experience in America
93.03.06 Multi-Cultural Theater: A Reflection of Societal Issues and Ills
94.04.03 Mosaic America: Patterns of Racism
95.03.06 Living to Avoid the Criminal Justice System
96.01.07 A New Generation of Fighters
11.02.05 Urban Race Riots: Are They Predictable, Preventable, and Pedagogically Relevant?
13.02.01 Blacks and Latinos: A Linked Journey
14.03.04 The NAACP: Then and Now

Lynching
89.01.09 “Lynch Law”—An American Community Enigma
14.03.01 Due Process Ignored: Lynching and American Culture

American
78.03.02 I Hate All . . .
79.02.04 The Negro Holocaust: Lynching and Race Riots in the United States,1880-1950
79.02.05 The African and the Pequot in Colonial America
94.04.02 What am I Equal to?
96.01.09 Playing the Race Card: Two Famous Criminal Trials
96.01.15 Multiculturalism: Does the American Commitment to Constitutional Freedoms Negate the Prospect of Cultural Unity?

Civil Rights (see Civil Rights)
94.04.04 Changing Attitudes in America
94.04.06 In the Struggle for Equality and Justice for All
11.01.09 Encountering Injustice: Analyzing Words and Images in the Civil Rights Movement
19.02.05 On Teaching Race in the Classroom: A Foundational Thematic Approach to Race & Law in the US History Curriculum
20.01.03 Women in Africa during the time of Apartheid: From Trauma to Transition, 2020

and Haitian
89.01.08 Double Minority: The Haitians in America

Hispanic
97.04.08 New Movements For Social Justice: The Latino Struggle for Equal Rights (1950’s-1970’s)
13.02.01 Blacks and Latinos: A Linked Journey
15.02.06 Latino Identity in the Civil Rights Movement

Prejudice (see Prejudice)
94.04.01 What About My 40 Acres & A Mule?
97.04.10 Promoting Diversity in Elementary School Curricula
98.04.10 Lessons in Drama: Learning about American Political Thought
15.02.01 History of a Social Construction: How Racism Created Race in America

Psychological Impact
97.05.10 The Blues Impulse in Drama: Lessons on Racial Pain

and Puerto Rican

in New Haven
89.01.01 Integrating the Hispanic Youth Population of the Hill into the New Haven Community
89.01.02 American Studies, “The Hill Community”
89.01.12 Cultural Communities of New Haven
90.01.05 Parallel Studies of the Afro-American and Puerto Rican Experience in America
13.02.01 Blacks and Latinos: A Linked Journey

School Desegregation (see School Desegregation)
96.01.04 Justice Demands an End to Segregation, But it Does Not End
96.01.05 Race, Language and Separation
04.03.07 The History of African-American Children: A Guide for Teaching Black History at the Elementary School Level
19.02.01 Race and the Law: The Story of Housing and School Segregation in the United States

Supreme Court Cases
82.03.06 From Plessy v. Ferguson to Brown v. Board of Education: The Supreme Court Rules on School Desegregation
92.01.03 Eyes on the Prize: The Civil Rights Struggle, 1954 to 1965
94.01.02 Racism, Discrimination, and the Law
04.01.09 What’s in a Word: Investigating the Language of the Brown v. Board Era

Slavery (see Slavery)
85.05.03 Lincoln, the Great Emancipator??
87.01.05 Slavery: The American Way
90.01.05 Parallel Studies of the Afro-American and Puerto Rican Experience in America
98.01.03 Slavery of Africans in the Americas: Resistance to Enslavement

Criminal Justice
95.03.06 Living to Avoid the Criminal Justice System

Critical Thinking
98.04.10 Lessons in Drama: Learning about American Political Thought

Institutional Racism
95.03.08 You and the Law—Beating the Odds
97.04.10 Promoting Diversity in Elementary School Curricula
14.03.03 Almost a Citizen: A History of Social Injustice in America
15.02.01 History of a Social Construction: How Racism Created Race in America
19.02.09 An Approach to Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry
19.02.10 Teaching “The Outsiders” from a Critical Race Perspective

Japanese American
93.03.06 Multi-Cultural Theater: A Reflection of Societal Issues and Ills

in Literature
97.02.12 American Children's Literature: A Bibliotherapeutic Approach

Latin American
00.01.05 Understanding Ethnic Labels and Puerto Rican Identity

Reverse Discrimination
96.01.12 Affirmative Action Debate

Radiography

Biological Effects of
83.07.02 Conventional Radiography, Tomography and Their Biological Effects

Rainforests
93.05.03 Our Mission: Save Planet Earth

Jungle Book
95.02.05 Using Film and Literature in the Elementary Classroom: The Jungle Book

Reading Instruction

African Mythology
83.02.08 Myth Connections

Audio-Visual
79.05.08 Slide-Tape Dramatization as a Way of Teaching Literature
95.02.01 Science Fiction Selections: Connecting Film to Literature for First and Second Graders
12.01.03 Portraits of Pride: Young Adults Question Their Roles Using Visual Arts
12.01.06 Using Art to Develop Purposeful Talk and Enhance Writer's Workshop
12.01.07 Using High-Interest Artwork to Make Observations, Inferences, and Connections
12.02.01 Visualizing Biography: Engaging Your Students' Creative Potential through Graphic Novels
14.01.03 I Am Not My Cell Phone: Mindful Use of Internet Technology with Visual Analysis
14.01.04 Words beneath the Image
14.01.08 Tell Me a Picture: Increasing K-3 Vocabulary through Wordless Picture Books and Artist Prints
14.01.09 A Picture Can Inspire 1,000 Words
17.01.05 Re-imagining Reading Using Modern Film Updates of Classic Stories

Autobiography
82.02.01 The Voice Within
82.02.02 Who Do You Think You Are?
82.02.03 My Place In Time
82.02.05 The I in You
82.02.07 Student Autobiography: An Approach Through Journal Writing
88.03.01 An Autobiographical Journey
88.03.04 I Am . . .
88.03.06 All About Me
88.03.11 Finding Yourself Through Autobiography
90.01.03 Learning Through Autobiographical Situations

Ethnic
88.03.03 Reading and Writing the Autobiography With a Study of Zora Neale Hurston
88.03.07 The Autobiography of . . . Me
88.03.09 Knowledge of Self Through the Study of Autobiography/Biography

Basic Skills
78.01.11 Content Reading Skills (7th Grade Social Studies) Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? So What?
79.04.04 A Plan for the Improvement of Reading Skills and for the Development of Personal Images through Art
79.04.05 Our Class
80.04.01 Reading and Sexuality
80.04.02 Flash! Super Heroes Teach Students How To Read And Write
80.04.04 Divide and Conquer: Breaking Down Skills for Slow Learners
86.04.15 Write On! Express and Enjoy Yourself
00.05.11 Basic Reading of Sound Words-Onomatopoeia
07.01.06 Bottled Up: Unlocking the Voice of the Struggling Reader

Biography
12.02.05 Authors Behind the Pages
12.02.06 A Timeline of Memories and Past Reflections
20.01.01 Visionaries Can Change the World

Carson, Rachel
06.03.02 Biographies for Change in a Time of Conformity

X, Malcolm
06.03.02 Biographies for Change in a Time of Conformity

Children's Literature
17.01.06 The Power of Stories in Literature and Film

Picture Books
14.02.02 The Power of One: Exploring the Vital Role that the Individual Plays in a Community

Critical Thinking and
89.04.01 The Mystery of the Undiscovered Values
89.04.02 The Mystery of the Passive Students
89.04.08 Mystery and Detective Fiction: Comparison and Contrast
89.04.10 Detective Fiction for Remedial Readers
95.01.05 Developing Thinking and Reasoning Skills in Primary Learners Using Detective Fiction
96.01.03 Multiculturalism Through African Folk Tales and Mayan Myths
96.03.12 Hollywood and Higher Learning
97.02.11 Beyond R. L. Stine: Read-Aloud Books and Group Activities for Fifth Graders
97.03.08 Common Threads Weave Together the Lives of Civil War Women
98.02.09 Writing through Myths
98.05.10 Other Voices -- Latino and Chicano Literature and Identity in America
99.04.02 Teaching Reading Comprehension and Writing Skills with "Whodunits"
04.02.06 Using Diverse Children’s Detective Fiction to Build Comprehension Skills
04.02.08 Seuss for Seventh Graders: Identifying Explicit and Implicit Themes within the Works of Dr. Seuss
08.02.03 Animal Farm: Critical Approaches -- Unpeeling the Layers
08.02.04 Coming of Age as a Reader, Writer and Thinker
09.01.02 See It Again for the First Time
10.02.09 Literary Analysis: Understanding of Character through the Elements of Literature and the World Around Us
11.01.03 The Trait Mate: Visual Symbols for Narrative Writing
11.01.09 Encountering Injustice: Analyzing Words and Images in the Civil Rights Movement
15.02.05 Understanding Ourselves from the Past
17.01.07 Approaches to Thinking about Film and Literature: Adapting Literature to Capture Authentic Understandings

Detective Fiction
82.01.02 Good-bye Magnum PI
82.01.03 History/Mystery: Regionalism and Ethnicity in the American Detective Novel
82.01.05 Semi-Private Eyes
89.04.09 Plot, Character and Setting: A Study of Mystery and Detective Fiction
95.01.01 Detective Fiction: Focus On Critical Thinking
95.01.02 Science and Detection: Making Connections through Einstein Anderson
95.01.03 That’s Not Fair
95.01.04 Solving Mysteries in Stories and Throughout the Curriculum
95.01.05 Developing Thinking and Reasoning Skills in Primary Learners Using Detective Fiction
95.01.06 Teaching Deductive Reasoning and Problem Solving Skills with Detective Fiction in the Urban Classroom
95.01.07 It’s A Mystery To Me
95.01.08 Tough Guys For Tough Guys
95.01.09 Who Done It? Sleuthing & Self-discovery for 7th & 8th Grade Creative Writing Students
95.01.10 Teaching Detective Fiction Through A Cross Curriculum Unit
99.04.02 Teaching Reading Comprehension and Writing Skills with "Whodunits"
04.02.06 Using Diverse Children’s Detective Fiction to Build Comprehension Skills

Drama (see Drama)
83.05.03 Drama For Those Who Do Not Like Or Understand Drama
01.04.06 The Tragic Genre from Classical to Contemporary: King Lear and A Thousand Acres

ESL
07.01.09 American Voices: The Varied Carols We Sing
07.01.10 Hearing Latino Voices in American Literature as a Way for Students to Understand Their Own Hispanic Identity

Autobiography
82.02.06 American Personalities: Autobiographical Sketches

Fairy Tales (see Fables)
04.02.01 Multicultural Fairy Tales -- The Stuff of Magic

Cinderella
04.02.02 Representation of Ethnicity through Fairy Tales: Cinderella

Fiction
10.02.09 Literary Analysis: Understanding of Character through the Elements of Literature and the World Around Us
13.04.05 Fiction, Non-Fiction and Query to Engage Young Learners

Folktales (see Folktales)
93.02.08 African-American Folktales and their Use in an Integrated Curriculum
93.02.11 Integrating Folktales with Light Up the Sky, New Haven’s Fifth Grade Reading Text
17.01.01 Recapturing Our Lost Youth: Using "Little Red Riding Hood" to Engage Reluctant Readers

General
78.01.01 A Language Arts Program With a Student-Centered Approach
80.01.06 I Hate to Read!! An Assortment of Young Adult Literature
81.01.09 American History Through Literature: Adolescent Identity in the 20th Century
95.01.02 Science and Detection: Making Connections through Einstein Anderson
98.05.03 Travel through Children's Literature into the Lives of the People of Our Nation
99.02.07 Broken Shields/Enduring Culture

Greek Mythology
83.02.04 Mythology for the Classroom
83.02.05 Reading and Writing Via the Myths
83.02.09 Mythology in the ESL* Classroom
98.02.09 Writing through Myths

Heroes
04.02.03 The Hero in Me: Reinforcing Self-Regulated Learning as We Connect to Literary Heroes
08.02.08 The Godfather to American Gangster: A Mythology of the American Anti-hero, 2008
14.02.02 The Power of One: Exploring the Vital Role that the Individual Plays in a Community

History

Exploration
07.02.09 Who First Reached America: The Vikings, the Chinese Admiral Zheng He, or Columbus?
07.02.10 The Voyages of Kennewick Man, Gilgamesh, Ashoka, Leif Eriksson, Li Qingzhao, and Ibn Battuta

Hurston, Zora Neale
83.03.03 The Short Story: A Slice of Life

Latino/Chicano
98.05.10 Other Voices -- Latino and Chicano Literature and Identity in America
06.02.07 Latino Visions: A Cultural Springboard for Reading
06.02.10 Esperanza Rising: Connecting Latino Students to Literature
13.01.09 The Difficult Task I Face: Adulthood

Literature of the Sea
82.04.04 Seascapes—Beginning Explorations

Motivational
80.04.06 Motivational Techniques for Improving Reading Comprehension Among Inner-City High School Students
86.04.14 Practical Writing in the Intermediate Grades
92.03.07 Recognizing Voice and Finding Your Own Voice in Writing About the City
95.02.01 Science Fiction Selections: Connecting Film to Literature for First and Second Graders

Multiculturalism and (see Multiculturalism)
98.05.08 Celebrating Diversity through the Study of Nine American Holidays
04.02.01 Multicultural Fairy Tales -- The Stuff of Magic

Music and
98.01.10 Teaching Music Through its Relationship to History: with the Use of Film, Video and the Specious Present
01.06.08 The Musical Learner: Rhythms and Reading

Mystery Fiction
82.01.06 Very Good Fare
95.01.03 That’s Not Fair
99.04.09 Using Detective Fiction To Raise Interest in High School Readers

Mythology and Folklore (see Myhtology)
79.04.02 Myths, Folktales and Fairy Tales
96.01.03 Multiculturalism Through African Folk Tales and Mayan Myths

Novels
98.05.07 The Clock Tower on Grand Avenue: A Cultural Reading Adventure

Poetry (see Poetry)
79.01.07 Images of the City in Modern Lyrics and Verse: A Sequential Approach to the Teaching of Poetry
85.01.08 Poetry For Remedial Seventh and Eighth Graders with Selections from Ballads, Emily Dickinson, Gwendolyn Brooks, and Julia de Burgos
86.04.15 Write On! Express and Enjoy Yourself
91.04.06 Poetry for the Elementary Classroom
94.02.01 Using Poetry in Teaching Reading to Special Education Students
94.02.02 Sharing Poetry With Children
98.05.02 Multicultural Discovery When Reading Poetry and Stories for the Elementary Grades
01.03.01 "African American Poetry: Miss Wednesday and Friends take us on a Journey of Feelings and Friendship"
01.03.02 African American Poetry: Family and Traditions
01.03.03 African American Poetry: Songs of Protest and Pride
01.03.04 Using Personal Poetic Expression to Enhance Reading and Writing
03.03.04 Presenting Poetry to Children: Poems That Delight and Excite To Write
03.03.05 Making Connections across the Curriculum through Poetry
03.03.07 Rap as a Modern Poetic Form
03.03.08 Poetry: The Medium of Choice for Political Unrest
03.03.09 Postwar Poetry in the AP Classroom
10.02.08 Poetry Alive! Grabbing Young Readers via the Lyrical Voice
11.03.01 Motivating Reluctant Readers through Poetry
11.03.05 Igniting the Imagination: Playing with Poems in the Classroom
11.03.06 Listening to the Rhythm and Tone of Poetry to Increase Comprehension
11.03.08 Tone as Reflected in the Looking Glass of Sound and Context

Reader Response
97.05.05 Creating Blues: An Interdisciplinary Study
04.02.08 Seuss for Seventh Graders: Identifying Explicit and Implicit Themes within the Works of Dr. Seuss

Science
04.07.12
12.03.07 Skulls and Bones: Comparing Form and Function of Vertebrate Skeletal Systems
15.03.06 Political Debates over Climate Change

Short Stories
83.03.01 An Introduction to Literature for the Learning-disabled High School Student
83.03.05 Short Stories Reflections of Two Worlds
83.03.07 Emphasis on Elements of Fiction For Better Reading Comprehension
98.05.02 Multicultural Discovery When Reading Poetry and Stories for the Elementary Grades
98.05.05 Literature for Every Child

Social Studies
98.04.04 The Great Depression and New Deal
98.05.03 Travel through Children's Literature into the Lives of the People of Our Nation
06.03.02 Biographies for Change in a Time of Conformity
13.01.08 Real People, Real Lives: Biographies of Presidents
14.02.03 Communities Responding to Natural Disasters: Two Forces to be Reckoned With
14.02.06 Discovering Community, Discovering Ourselves
14.02.07 Relationship Building within the School and Classroom Community
15.02.05 Understanding Ourselves from the Past
15.03.06 Political Debates over Climate Change
18.01.08 The Economics of Inequality

Immigration
88.02.07 Teaching Reading Comprehension through Social Studies Readings
96.04.07 Crossing the Border, A Study of Immigration Through Literature
14.02.05 New Haven. The Haven.

Special Education
94.02.01 Using Poetry in Teaching Reading to Special Education Students
95.02.01 Science Fiction Selections: Connecting Film to Literature for First and Second Graders

Storytelling
93.02.08 African-American Folktales and their Use in an Integrated Curriculum
00.05.11 Basic Reading of Sound Words-Onomatopoeia
08.02.01 Storytelling as a Strategy to Increase Oral Language Proficiency of Second Language Learners

Survival Stories
02.01.01 The Holocaust: Survival Stories
02.01.02 Looking at Human Struggle Through The Language Arts Curriculum: The Faces of Slavery
02.01.03 Jewels of Endurance
02.01.04 Surviving the Struggle: Ruby Bridges, Ryan White, and Anne Frank
02.01.05 Middle Passage: A Journey of Endurance
02.01.06 Our Children are Learning to Survive
02.01.07 His Story, Her Story, Our Story / Narrating History Through Art
02.01.08 Child Survival Stories: Hope to Cope
02.01.09 Survivor: Not Just a TV Show -- An exploration of the character traits of survivors of the teenage years
02.01.10 Willie and Friends: Overcomers in the Land - Stories by Faith Ringgold

Technology
16.01.06 Posting Daggers: A Twitter-Centric Approach to Hamlet

Visualization
09.01.02 See It Again for the First Time
09.01.10 Seeing between the Lines: Teaching Students to Interpret Visual and Verbal Text
11.01.10 Things That Make You Go Hmmm: The Elementary School Artist Acting as a Contemporary Art Historian
16.01.03 Shakespeare: Scenes of Instruction and the Graphic Novel
17.01.05 Re-imagining Reading Using Modern Film Updates of Classic Stories
12.01.07 Using High-Interest Artwork to Make Observations, Inferences, and Connections
12.02.01 Visualizing Biography: Engaging Your Students' Creative Potential through Graphic Novels
12.02.06 A Timeline of Memories and Past Reflections

Voice in American Literature
07.01.01 The Search for Self: Voices of Adolescence in Literature
07.01.02 Discovering the Voice Within: Encouraging Students to See Themselves as Writers
07.01.03 Uncovering Your Students' Authentic Voice
07.01.04 Searching Literature to Find and Fall in Love with Your Own Voice
07.01.05 The Civil and the Wild in American Discourse
07.01.06 Bottled Up: Unlocking the Voice of the Struggling Reader
07.01.07 Poetry and Prose to Increase Literacy and Writing Skills
07.01.08 The Persuasive Voice: Communication as a Resolution to the Cold War
07.01.09 American Voices: The Varied Carols We Sing
07.01.10 Hearing Latino Voices in American Literature as a Way for Students to Understand Their Own Hispanic Identity
07.01.11 Voces Latinas: Cultural Identity through Poetry and Lyrics

Recycling (see Ecology)
92.05.08 Organic and Inorganic Recycling
93.05.10 Environmental Science: A Hands-On Approach

Religion (see Catholic Church)

Ancient Egyptian
85.06.07 Egyptian Tomb Art: Expressions of Religious Beliefs
98.02.01 From Atum-Ra to Horus -- Using Egyptian Myths of Gods and Goddesses as Springboards to Increased Literacy

Cultural Practices
96.01.08 The Impact of Culture on U.S. Law

Early Beliefs
94.03.04 Aztec and Mayan Mythology

General
94.03.01 Religion Through Language Arts & History

Islam
02.02.01 ‘Desert Fever’: A Student-Centered Approach to Learning About the Middle East
11.02.02 H.O.T. on Artifacts

Hajj
07.02.04 The 1183-1185 Hajj of Ibn Jubayr and Teaching Islam
07.02.07 Ibn Battuta's Journey by Land and by Sea: Investigating Cultural Landscapes

Islamic Art
02.02.03 Islamic Art; Exploring the Visual Arts of the Middle East

Judaism (see Jews)

Anti-Semitism
03.01.09 Anti-Semitism: Origins and Background

Nation of Islam
94.04.05 Nativist and Racist Movements in the U.S. and their Aftermath

Protest Songs
97.05.07 Sing Two Stanzas and Rebel in the Morning: The Role of Black Religious Music in the Struggle for Freedom
01.03.03 African American Poetry: Songs of Protest and Pride

Slave Songs
97.05.07 Sing Two Stanzas and Rebel in the Morning: The Role of Black Religious Music in the Struggle for Freedom

Reproduction

Genetics

Basic
82.07.01 The Cell
82.07.05 Mathematics and Heredity
90.06.05 A Question of Inheritance

Defects
82.07.04 Genes . . . The Nature of Human Development
82.07.06 Hereditary Defects—Down Syndrome and Sickle Cell Anemia

Human

Cloning
04.01.01 A Clone of Your Own: The Legal Issues and the Future of Genetic Engineering on Humans

Fetal Development
82.07.08 Fetus to Newborn: The Perinatal Period
82.07.09 Nine Months in Six Weeks

General
80.05.03 A Ninth Grade Teaching Unit on Human Embryology
80.05.09 A Family Life Science Unit for Early Adolescents: Ages Eleven Through Thirteen

Pets
98.07.01 Pandemic Pet Population: The Reproductive Responsibility of Pet Owners

Research Skills

Application
81.01.01 The Janus—Faced Phenomenon of the City
81.04.09 The Five Steps for Foreign Born Students in Writing Reports
82.03.03 The United States Constitution
85.05.02 Slave Narratives: Black Autobiography in Nineteenth-Century America
01.04.04 High School Students Research, Read and Write Children's Literature
14.01.12 The Graphic Research Paper: Navigating Information Using Smart Phones, Pictures, and Modern Media
14.02.09 Using Film as a Gateway to Action Research

Basic
79.04.03 Using the Calendar as a Basis for Research, Creative Writing and Correlation in Other Subjects
81.04.02 Reading and Writing about the Civil War
82.04.08 The United States and Iran: The Allocation of Weapon Systems as an Imperialist Tool to Protect Capitalist Interest
99.05.01 Discovery Through Experimentation - Past and Present
99.05.04 Chemistry For Everyday Living
99.05.05 Introduction to Chemistry

Collaborative Groups
97.06.09 Nonpoint Source Pollution in Long Island Sound: A Collaborative Teaching Unit for the Reading Lab.
99.05.03 The Rediscovery of Matter: A Historical Trek through Classical Chemistry
99.05.04 Chemistry For Everyday Living
99.05.05 Introduction to Chemistry

and the Internet
99.07.01 From Dusty to Digital: Using Primary Sources in the Information Age…To Become a Titanic Historian
14.01.12 The Graphic Research Paper: Navigating Information Using Smart Phones, Pictures, and Modern Media

Oral History
01.04.07 Through Their Eyes: Video Taping Oral History

Primary Sources
99.07.01 From Dusty to Digital: Using Primary Sources in the Information Age…To Become a Titanic Historian
01.02.04 The Christmas Campaign of 1776: Many Voices
19.01.02 Consider the Source: Research Skills for Cell Phone Libraries in a Digital Age

Rivera, Diego
85.04.05 The Art and Times of Diego Rivera
99.02.06 Diego Rivera: A Man and His Murals
01.04.02 Using Art, Film, and Literature to explore the Hispanic identity

Roosevelt, Franklin D.

Foreign Policy
78.03.05 The Foreign Policy of Franklin D. Roosevelt To The Entry Into World War II

Rudolph, Wilma
98.01.02 Herstory: Women portrayed in film



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