Black Like MeEin. Fach Englisch Unterrichtsmodell

Black Like MeEin. Fach Englisch Unterrichtsmodell

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Contents: Die Personen - Der Inhalt - The author - Vorüberlegungen zum Einsatz von Black Like Me im Unterricht - Klausuren - Konzeption des Unterrichtsmodells - Components - Further reading Component 1: How to start: Pre-reading I: The motto - Pre-reading II: October 28 - Topics of Black Like Me - Who is John Howard Griffin? - Griffin's idea and its consequences - The southern states Component 2: From white to black: The transformation - Identity - First encounters - Negroes, blacks, African Americans? Component 3: From Rosa Parks to Barack Obama: The Beginning of the Civil Rights Movement: Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King - Martin Luther King: Dreams and reality - Barack Obama: A dream coming true? Component 4: Conflicts: The faces of discrimination - Racism and sexism - The Ku Klux Klan - Possible solutions - After the experiment - ... and Germany? A Comparison Das Unterrichtsmodell bezieht sich auf folgende Textausgabe: John Howard Griffin: Black Like Me, Diesterweg 2009, ISBN 978-3-425-04824-6show more

Product details

  • Pamphlet | 86 pages
  • 211 x 298 x 6mm | 251g
  • Schoeningh Verlag Im
  • English, German
  • mit Abbildungen
  • 3140411952
  • 9783140411950

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From the contents: Die Personen - Der Inhalt - The author - Vorüberlegungen zum Einsatz von Black Like Me im Unterricht - Klausuren - Konzeption des Unterrichtsmodells - Components - Further reading Component 1: How to start: Pre-reading I: The motto - Pre-reading II: October 28 - Topics of Black Like Me - Who is John Howard Griffin? - Griffin's idea and its consequences - The southern states Component 2: From white to black: The transformation - Identity - First encounters - Negroes, blacks, African Americans? Component 3: From Rosa Parks to Barack Obama: The Beginning of the Civil Rights Movement: Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King - Martin Luther King: Dreams and reality - Barack Obama: A dream coming true? Component 4: Conflicts: The faces of discrimination - Racism and sexism - The Ku Klux Klan - Possible solutions - After the experiment - ... and Germany? A Comparisonshow more

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