please avoid wiki pages H u m a n i t i e s

please avoid wiki pages H u m a n i t i e s

part 1:

Weekly research is worth 15 points and requires you to identify your own area of interest based on the current weeks readings.  Use this research to extend your own learning and sharing what you have learned with the class. As you read, it will help you to note questions that come up for you;  one of them may be useful for this weekly work.  The question you research can be based on statistics that you read about, a historical event that is mentioned in the readings, references to books and materials that are mentioned by the various authors, and so on.  In some weeks, I have intentionally chosen some older readings either as classics or to give you an opportunity to research current perspectives and issues. Number your research section #1-5 so that you don’t miss a step!

* Each week you will address these same questions:

What is your question? What do you want to learn more about?

Why did you choose to research this question? What from the readings, lectures or videos inspired your research topic? (research should always connect to the current topic of study)

  1. Help teach classmates by sharing what you learned through your research? What are the main ideas of what you found? (In about 1/2 page, explain what you have learned in your research- entice your classmates to click on your research link and learn more!). Do not simply copy the text from the website or article you find.
  2. In one paragraph, explain how your research specifically relates back to this class and the current topic of study besides the fact that the research has to do with anti-bias work? Challenge your own critical thinking about these topics!
  3. Include the link to where your research source can be located. Keep in mind that your research should be academic/professional. Please avoid wiki pages, blogs, .com websites, videos, and websites that have a political or other polarizing agenda, etc. Sources should be academic/professional (.org, .edu, journal articles located through library searches, and so on), do not use our textbook as a resource; work to go beyond what is already being offered and presented in this class. Library research support can be located through the student help tab in the left menu if you need additional support with research. the librarians are available to help with searches but you need to schedule appointments so plan accordingly and have fun with this; you get to learn about what you want 

part 2:

  1. After reading this weeks required readings, address the following:

1. Family Structure and Heterosexism- Connect with the readings/articles that were shared regarding contemporary families and households.

Share one challenge or potential issue that was discussed in your readings that families with members of the LGBTQIA+ community face, along with at least one strategy or idea from your readings that you could implement to support children and families in this family structure.

  1. Share one challenge or potential issue that was discussed in your readings that families in one additional family structure of your choice face, along with at least one strategy or idea from your readings that you could implement to support children and families in this family structure.

*Remember to identify the reading you are connecting to and then cite/reference as appropriate. If you have a challenge that you want ideas for then be sure to mention this so that classmates can help you find solutions or ideas of what to try!

2. Different Abilities and Ableism- Working with the list of institutions in this week’s lecture, identify at least 2 examples of discrimination/mistreatment/barriers that people with a different ability level (mental, emotional and/or physical) experience in the institutions listed (or others if you have another to add to the list). For each example discuss:

The impact of this discrimination/mistreatment/barrier on a person and

Potential solutions to these issues

Additionally, identify one accommodation/change that you can make in your classroom to make your classroom more inclusive

part 3:

The purpose of this assignment is for you to build your knowledge of curriculum materials and resources that are available to support you in implementing ABE with young children ages Birth- Age 8. The goal is to work against bias by creating an inclusive classroom and curriculum that represents children and families in a positive way. Remember to work against a tourist curriculum and to promote a developmentally appropriate, inclusive, and integrated anti-bias approach. (SLO #2)

Click on one of the formats below to access the assignment and write directly into the document or recreate the chart if needed: (ATTACHED (PART 3)).please be carful for part 3 because I will need to submit it to turnitin.com later on

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