Ms. Schalette Poteat: Middle School African American Studies Instructor
THE BLACK EXPERIENCE
Grades 7 and 8: Politics, Power, & Protest: A Survey of African History through Resistance to Cultural Oppression, Classism, and Colonization
Course Objective: This course will serve as an examination of how Africans have persevered despite oppression rooted in colonization and cultural oppression on the continent of Africa and in the United States.
(Semester Two Only)
Grades 5 and 6: Perspectives & Proximity
An Examination of the Call for Activism and Altruism among Africans in the Diaspora
Course Objective: In this course, students will analyze issues that have resulted in the need for activism and altruism to address the particular concerns posed for people of color.
WAAG-MAKE UP WEEK
Course Outline-Grades 5 & 6
Course Outline- Grades 7 & 8
OUR BLACK HISTORY MONTH PRESENTATION
Read Across America Week - March 1-5