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Teaching African-American Males Unit Plan

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This is a unit plan outline for a professional development course for teachers within urban settings who teach and come in contact primarily with African-American males.  This unit outline is brief and touches upon issues that have an impact on today's African-American males.  The outline can be used as a guide for professional development on teaching African-American males.

Learning Targets: 
Learn statistics about African American males’ status in education and society
Implement strategies to engage and motivate African American boys in the classroom.
Utilize instructional strategies that increase the achievement of African-American males in the K-12 classroom.
Describe the benefits of single gender classrooms.
Author: 
tourqoise.cannon
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Creative Commons Licence
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