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Curriculum Design and Instruction to Teach

African American History:


Author: Charles Hayes.



Special Features Include:

Phases For Conducting a Needs Assessment:
Curriculum Design Supplement:
|A|. Subject-Questions-Answers:
Curriculum Design Plan:
Curriculum Design Goals:
Curriculum Design Objectives:
Instructional Goals:
Instructional Objectives:
Instructional Activities:
Instructional Evaluation Techniques:
Difficult Terminology To Be Utilized:
Lesson Plans:
Standard Vocabulary:
A Limited Glimpse:




Topics Include:



@ Law:

* Introduction:

A. The Legal Status Of African Americans: 1787-

1883:

B. African Americans and The Criminal Justice

Systems:

C. African Americans In The Federal Courts:

D. African Americans On The U.S. Supreme Court:

E. Major Federal Legislation:

F. Major U.S. Supreme Court Decisions:

G. Attorneys, Judges, and Legal Scholars:

H. African American Federal Judges By Year Of

Appointment:

I. Criminal Justice Statistics:

@ Politics:

A. Race, Politics, and Government:

B. Congressional Black Caucus Members (107th

U.S. Congress):

C. Government Officials:

D. Political Statistics:

@ Population, Employment and Income:

1. Population:

A. The Size Of The African American

Population:

B. Regional Distribution:

C. African Americans Towns and Settlements:

D. Contemporary Demographic Characteristics:

E. Population Projections For The Twenty First

Century:

II. Employment and Income:

2. Employment Trends:

A. Labor Force Participation and Unemployment:

B. Federal Government Response To Employment

Discrimination:

C. Income Trends:

D. Federal and State Programs That Address

Poverty:

E. Status Of African Americans:

F. Employment and Income Statistics:

@ Entrepreneurship:

A. Colonial Entrepreneurial Efforts By African

Americans:

B. African American Entrepreneurship Before The

Civil War:

C. African American Entrepreneurship In Post-Civil

War Era:

D. African American Entrepreneurship In The Early

Twentieth Century:

E. Post-Civil Rights Era Assistance To African

American Businesses:

F. Economic Trends:

G. Entrepreneurs and Business Executives:

@ Family and Health:

A. Family Structure and Stability:

B. Marriage:

C. Gay/Lesbian/Bisexuality/Transgender Issues:

D. Fertility and Births:

E. Children:

F. Health:

G. Life Expectancy:

H. Assessment:

I. Social Activists:

J. Vital Statistics:

@ Education:

A. Educational Opportunities In Colonial America:

B. African American Educational Institutions In The

Nineteenth Century:

C. Philanthropy and Education:

D. African American Education In The Twentieth

Century:

E. Current Educational Trends:

F. Administrators, Educators, and Scholars:

G. Historically and Predominantly African American

Colleges And Universities:

H. Research Institutions:

I. African Americans Holding Endowed University

Chairs, Chairs Of Excellence, Or Chaired

Professorships (2001):

J. Education Statistics:

@ Religion:

A. Origins and History Of African American Religious

Traditions:

B. African American Female Religious Leadership:

C. African American Churches During

Reconstruction:

D. African American Churches In The Twentieth

Century:

E. Evolving Trends Among African American

Churches:

F. African American Denominations:

G. Religious Leaders:

@ Literature:

A. African American Literature Of Colonial America:

B. African American Literature During The

Antebellum Period:

C. African American Literature From Reconstruction

To The Harlem Renaissance:

D. The Harlem Renaissance:

E. African American Literature Of The Mid-Twentieth

Century:

F. The Black Arts Movement:

G. African American Literature Of The Late

Twentieth Century and Early Twenty-First

Century:

H. African American Authors and Literary Critics:

I. Award Winners:

@ Media:

A. Book Publishers:

B. Newspaper and Magazine Publishers:

C. Broadcasting:

D. African American Media In Cyberspace:

E. Publishing, Radio, and Television Professionals:

F. Print And Broadcast Media Directory:

@ Film and Television:

A. African Americans In Film:

B. African Americans In Television:

C. Filmography Of Selected Feature Films and

Documentaries:

D. Actors, Filmmakers, and Film And Television

Executives:

E. Award Winners:

@ Drama, Comedy, and Dance:

A. The Origins Of African American Performance Art:

B. Minstrelsy:

C. Reclaiming The Black Image: 1890-1920:

D. African American Dramatic Theater In

TheTwentieth Century:

E. African American Musicals In The Twentieth

Century:

F. African American Comedy In The Twentieth

Century:

G. African American Dance In The Twentieth

Century:

H. Stage Actors, Comedians, Choreographers, and

Dancers:

I. Award Winners:

@ Classical Music:

A. Black Musicians In Early America:

B. Classical Music In The Twentieth Century:

C. Studies In African American Music:

D. American Academy And Institute Of Arts and

Letters Award Winners:

E. Classical Music Composers, Conductors,

Instrumentalists, and Singers:

@ Sacred Music Traditions:

A. Early Influences Of African American Sacred

Music:

B. The Emergence of Spirituals In The Nineteenth

Century:

C. The Rise Of Gospel Music In The Twentieth

Century:

D. Sacred Music Composers, Musicians, and

Singers:

@ Blues and Jazz:

A. The Blues Tradition:

B. The Jazz Tradition:

C. Women In Blues and Jazz:

D. Jazz Education:

E. The Future Of Blues And Jazz:

F. Blues and Jazz Composers, Musicians, and

Singers:

@ Popular Music:

A. The Rise Of Rhythm and Blues:

B. "Crossovers" Into Country Music:

C. Sweet Soul Music and Social Revolution:

D. Psychedelic Soul To Disco:

E. Rap: From Subculture To Mass Appeal:

F. New Directions From Nuevo Soul To Pop-Hip Hop:

G. Popular Music Composers, Musicians, and

Singers:

H. Award Winners:

@ Visual and Applied Arts:

A. The African Roots Of African American Art:

B. The Formation Of An Arts Tradition:

C. The African Legacy Endures Colonial America:

D. Rise Of The Professional Artists:

E. African American Arts In The Twentieth Century:

F. Arts-Related Support Professions:

G. Exhibiting African American Art:

H. Architecture and Design Professionals:

I. American Academy and Institute Of Arts and

Letters Award Winners:

J. Visual and Applied Artists:

K. Museums Exhibiting African American Arts:

L. Institutions Specializing In Exhibiting African

American Art:

@ Science and Technology:

A. Early African American Inventors:

B. Early African American Scientists:

C. African Americans In Medicine:

D. African Americans In Air And Space:

E. Modern Contributions To Science and

Technology:

F. Engineers, Mathematicians, Inventors,

Physicians, and Scientists:

@ Sports:

A. Baseball:

B. Football:

C. Boxing:

D. Basketball:

E. Other Sports:

F. Women In Sports:

G. Athletes, Coaches, and Sports Executives:

H. Winners Of Select Prizes and Tournaments:

@ Military:

A. The Colonial Period:

B. The Revolutionary War: (1775-1783):

C. The War Of 1812-(1812-1815):

D. The Civil War: (1861-1865):

E. The Indian Campaigns: (1866-1890):

F. The Spanish-American War: (1898):

G. World War I (1914-1918):

H. The Interwar Years (1919-1940):

I. World War II (1941-1945):

J. The Desegregation Of The Military (1946-1949):

K. The Korean War (1950-1953):

L. The Vietnam War (1964-1973):

M. Military Participation In The 1970s And 1980:

N. An Evolving Institution:

O. The War On Terrorism:

P. Outstanding Military Figures:

Q. African American Medal Of Honor Recipients:

R. Military Statistics:

* STATE OF THE ART CURRICULUM:

* NEW:

* INCLUDES BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES:

* COLOR & B & W PHOTOS:

* PAPERBACK:

* TITLE PAGE: WHITE:

* TRANSPARENT FRONT PAGE:

* BLACK OR WHITE BACK PAGE COVER:

* FONT ARIAL BLACK: FONT SIZE 8 TO 10:

* FONT COLOR: BLACK-RED-BLUE:

* BINDED: WIRE-0: COLOR: BLACK-

WHITE-RED-BLUE:

* RECEIVE A MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE IN AFRICAN

AMERICAN HISTORY AFTER PASSING THE

EXAMINATIONS IN THE CURRICULUM DESIGN

AND INSTRUCTION:

* 500 PAGES: 8x11"

* ALLOW 3 TO 4 WEEKS TO RECEIVE ITEM:

* Copyright 2007 Charles Hayes:
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