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This is a media presentation that can be used with my Unit Outline on Teaching African-American males.
Students need to have an open mind and be willing to learn new information.
Students will reflect on issues facing African-American males in their educational experience and then explore a specific topic from the collage of their choice.
This media presentation is designed to be a reflective assignment and completed in two part. First, students would look at the collage and record their first thoughts on each picture. Near the end of the PD course students would select one or more of the picture, use their reflections they initially completed, and research one or more of the topics they discussed in their reflections.