Pope Visits Cuba: Compare Freedom of Religion in Cuba to Freedom of Religion in the U.S.

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Title:
Pope Visits Cuba: Compare Freedom of Religion in Cuba to Freedom of Religion in the U.S.
Series Title:
FIU LACC Teacher Training Lesson Plans
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Language:
English
Creator:
Barbara Hollinger; Agnes Crane; Jorge Diaz; Katie Prelaz; Constance Gilbert
Publisher:
FIU Latin American and Caribbean Center
Place of Publication:
Miami
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Caribbean Area   ( lcsh )
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Abstract:
Florida International University Latin American and Caribbean Center, a Title VI National Resource Center, in conjunction with Miami Dade County Schools and the Digital Library of the Caribbean sponsored a Caribbean Challenge Teacher Training Workshop titled Using Digital Resources to Examine Race and Teach the Region on Wednesday, May 15, 2013. This lesson plan is a product of that training.

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Florida International University
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Florida International University
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AA00017902:00001


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The Caribbean Challenge: Using Digital Resources to Examine Race and Teach the Region Teacher Training Workshop Lesson Plan Worksheet Created by: Barbara Hollinger; Agnes Crane; Jorge Diaz; Katie Prelaz; C onstance Gilbert Title : Pope Visits Cuba: Compare Freedom of Religion in Cuba to Freedom of Religion in the U.S. Overview : Cuba and explain how it promoted religious freedom; the student explain how religious freedom in Cuba is different from religious freedom in the U.S. today. Time Required : 5 days regular; 2 days block Target Audiences : U.S. History 11th Grade Materials required : Textbook U.S. History, magazine articles, Newspaper articles, (Carib. Newspaper, digital library) CNDL Maps Cuba (dLOC), other online image sources Cross curricular connections : U.S. History, Government, Civics, Geography, Economics, Foreign

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Language, Reading, Technology Lesson O bjectives and Standards : 11th Grade U.S. History S.S.912 A.7.12 Analyze political, economic, and social concerns that emerged at the end of the 20th and into the 21st century. Teaching Activities : Day 1: Organize groups of 4 6 students; review instructions, students will meet in groups and develop outline, students will present outline for approval/ corrections. Day 2: Groups will present their findings to the class (via oral presentation with accompanying PowerPoint) 10 mins per group. Written compare and contrast summary will be turned in. Assessments : Presentation grade and rubric: students must have 5 points of comparison on PowerPoint. Summary grade rubric: clarity, organization, 5 points aligned with presentation. Additional comments and/or instructions :