Jubilation: African American Celebrations in the Southeast
This educator guide explores the special nature of African-American celebrations within the family and community, and encourages students to discover their own cultural heritage. Designed to increase self-awareness and cultural sensitivity, "Jubilation" includes a variety of flexible lesson plans and activities for K-12 students. Guide includes lesson plans, teacher background information, and a bibliography of both adult and children's literature.
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- Jubilation - PDF - Print Version (Roughly 55 pages in length)
- Jubilation - By Section
- Fronts Piece
- Table of Contents
- Teacher Background (PDF Rites of Passage and Celebrations of Community Identity)
- Rites of Passage Curriculum Materials/Lesson Plans
- What Are Rights of Passage?
- Vocabulary Building including Teacher Key
- Exploring the Visual Record
- Analyzing Photographs
- Exploring Visual Record Work Sheet
- Documenting Family Celebrations
- Documenting Family Celebrations Information Sheet
- Tips for Doing Oral History Interviews
- Oral History Questions Activity Sheet
- Community Celebrations
- What are Community Celebrations?
- Vocabulary Building Crossword Puzzle
- Teacher Answer Key for Crossword Puzzle
- Teacher Information