Buy Used
£13.20
+ £0.00 delivery
Used: Very Good | Details
Condition: Used: Very Good
Comment: A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less.
Have one to sell?
Flip to back Flip to front
Listen Playing... Paused   You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition.
Learn more
See this image

Educator's Sourcebook of African American Heritage Spiral-bound – 17 Nov 2000


See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions
Amazon Price
New from Used from
Spiral-bound
£37.00 £13.20
click to open popover

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

  • Apple
  • Android
  • Windows Phone

To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.



Product details

  • Spiral-bound: 408 pages
  • Publisher: Jossey Bass; Spi edition (17 Nov. 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0130843644
  • ISBN-13: 978-0130843647
  • Product Dimensions: 21.2 x 2.6 x 27.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
  • Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
    If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?

  • See Complete Table of Contents

Product description

Synopsis

This unique information source and time-saver for educators provides over 330 reproducible lists for developing instructional materials and planning lessons for elementary and secondary students, including 34 spotlights focusing on the lives and contributors of outstanding African Americans. The lists span the history of African Americans and their struggle for equal rights and opportunity in the United States from 1400 to the present. They are representative, not inclusive, and provide springboards for teaching, class discussion and research assignments. For quick access and easy use, the lists are organized into 11 sections and printed in a big 8 1/4" x 10 7/8" spiral-bound format that folds flat for photocopying of any list as many time as needed. Here's just an overview of the information you'll find in each section. History of African Americans In the United States - Section 1 features 35 lists, beginning with Coming to the Shores of the Americas and covering slavery and the fight for freedom in lists such as Economics of the Slave Trade ...Life on the Plantation ...Slave Resistance and Revolts ...and The Civil Rights Movement in Review (1600-1999).

Cultural Traditions - Section 2 is packed with 52 wide-ranging lists including Family Demographics ...Slangs in the 1990s ...African American Festivals...Traditional African Dances...Raps, Rhythms, and Rhymes ...and Fashion Designers Education -The 22 lists in Section 3 start with Firsts in Education and list of 33 Noted Educators and their accomplishments. Other lists include Major Desegregation Developments and Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Religion - Section 4 offers 33 lists covering pioneers, traditions and rituals, conferences, music and leadership, such as Firsts in Religion ...Ministerial Titles ...Musical Traditions ...Prominent Religious Leaders ...and Ministers Who Became Civil Rights Leaders. Medicine, Science & Technology - Section 5 presents 30 lists highlighting innovative contributors, health issues and more, such as Firsts in Nursing ...Research Contributions ...Inventions in Science, Medicine and Technology ...and Contributions to Aerospace. Business & Industry - Among the 27 lists in Section 6 are Firsts in Business & Industry ...Top 20 Industrial/Service Companies ...African American Business Schools ...Entertainment Enterprises ...Financial Companies .

..and Investment Firms. Law & Government - Section 7 features 23 lists covering Reconstruction, the judiciary system, and past and current government leaders, including Firsts in Law & Government ...Past & Present Notable Personalities ...Voting Rights Legislation (1865-1993) ...Chronology of Cases, Laws & Legal Decisions ...and Federal Judges. Arts, Letters & Media - Section 8 offers 38 lists such as African American Art Collections ...Performing Groups: The Famous & the Obscure ...Chronology of Early African American Radio ...and Movies with African American Themes. Sports - Another 32 lists in Section 9 covers players and events in most major sports, for example, African American Firsts in Sports ...Notable Athletes ...Heisman Trophy Winners ...NBA's Greatest African American Players ...and Track & Field Olympic Champions. The Military - Section 10 includes 23 historical lists, including First African Americans to Participate in Battles ...Medal of Honor Recipients ...Buffalo Soldiers ...Active Duty Generals and Admirals in All Branches ...and Military Vessels Named for African American Individual or Institutions.

Miscellanea - The last section presents 23 diverse lists that fall outside typical categories but add breadth to the understanding of African American experiences, such as Cowboys & Pioneers ...African American Landmarks ...Postage Stamps Honoring African Americans ...Spingarn Medal Recipients .. and African American Newspapers. In short, Educator's Sourcebook of African American Heritage offers a unique store of information for integrating African American history and culture into the curriculum. It will help you build students' awareness, knowledge and understanding of the largest ethnic minority group in our country and better appreciate the achievements and contributions African Americans have made to our pluralistic society.

From the Back Cover

This unique information source and time–saver for educators provides over 330 reproducible lists for developing instructional materials and planning lessons for elementary and secondary students, including 34 spotlights focusing on the lives and contributors of outstanding African Americans. The lists span the history of African Americans and their struggle for equal rights and opportunity in the United States from 1400 to the present. They are representative, not inclusive, and provide springboards for teaching, class discussion and research assignments.

For quick access and easy use, the lists are organized into 11 sections and printed in a big 8 1/4" x 10 7/8" spiral–bound format that folds flat for photocopying of any list as many time as needed. Here′s just an overview of the information you′ll find in each section.

History of African Americans In the United States – Section 1 features 35 lists, beginning with Coming to the Shores of the Americas and covering slavery and the fight for freedom in lists such as Economics of the Slave Trade ... Life on the Plantation ... Slave Resistance and Revolts ... and The Civil Rights Movement in Review (1600–1999).
Cultural Traditions – Section 2 is packed with 52 wide–ranging lists including Family Demographics ... Slangs in the 1990s ... African American Festivals... Traditional African Dances... Raps, Rhythms, and Rhymes ... and Fashion Designers
Education –The 22 lists in Section 3 start with Firsts in Education and list of 33 Noted Educators and their accomplishments. Other lists include Major Desegregation Developments and Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Religion – Section 4 offers 33 lists covering pioneers, traditions and rituals, conferences, music and leadership, such as Firsts in Religion ... Ministerial Titles ... Musical Traditions ... Prominent Religious Leaders ... and Ministers Who Became Civil Rights Leaders.
Medicine, Science & Technology – Section 5 presents 30 lists highlighting innovative contributors, health issues and more, such as Firsts in Nursing ... Research Contributions ... Inventions in Science, Medicine and Technology ... and Contributions to Aerospace.
Business & Industry – Among the 27 lists in Section 6 are Firsts in Business & Industry ... Top 20 Industrial/Service Companies ... African American Business Schools ... Entertainment Enterprises ... Financial Companies ... and Investment Firms.
Law & Government – Section 7 features 23 lists covering Reconstruction, the judiciary system, and past and current government leaders, including Firsts in Law & Government ... Past & Present Notable Personalities ... Voting Rights Legislation (1865–1993) ... Chronology of Cases, Laws & Legal Decisions ... and Federal Judges.
Arts, Letters & Media – Section 8 offers 38 lists such as African American Art Collections ... Performing Groups: The Famous & the Obscure ... Chronology of Early African American Radio ... and Movies with African American Themes.
Sports – Another 32 lists in Section 9 covers players and events in most major sports, for example, African American Firsts in Sports ... Notable Athletes ... Heisman Trophy Winners ... NBA′s Greatest African American Players ... and Track & Field Olympic Champions.
The Military – Section 10 includes 23 historical lists, including First African Americans to Participate in Battles ... Medal of Honor Recipients ... Buffalo Soldiers ... Active Duty Generals and Admirals in All Branches ... and Military Vessels Named for African American Individual or Institutions.
Miscellanea – The last section presents 23 diverse lists that fall outside typical categories but add breadth to the understanding of African American experiences, such as Cowboys & Pioneers ... African American Landmarks ... Postage Stamps Honoring African Americans ... Spingarn Medal Recipients .. and African American Newspapers.

In short, Educator′s Sourcebook of African American Heritage offers a unique store of information for integrating African American history and culture into the curriculum. It will help you build students′ awareness, knowledge and understanding of the largest ethnic minority group in our country and better appreciate the achievements and contributions African Americans have made to our pluralistic society.

See all Product description

Customer reviews

There are no customer reviews yet.
Share your thoughts with other customers

Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com

Amazon.com: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 reviews
Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 starsI love it! I call it the Black People's Handbook
29 August 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase

Where's My Stuff?

Delivery and Returns

Need Help?