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M320 Multicultural Lesson Reflection This activity is one of the formative assessments for this semester. Thus far we have explored concepts such as social construction, racism, oppression, colorblindness, bias, positionality, and levels of integrating multicultural content. Now each of you will present a 5 minute reflection on one lesson you found on Teaching Tolerance website. Here is a prescribed process with assignment criteria: 1) Scan the many lessons provided at . This page is part of the Teaching Tolerance website (a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center). When you are browsing the various lessons, select a couple of lessons to read carefully. 2) Select one lesson . You must select one grade/grade range between Kindergarten and 6 th grade. 3) Read through the activity and consider the following questions that will help with your overall reflection: a. What is the primary goal of this activity?
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  • Fall '19
  • Formative assessment, Southern Poverty Law Center, Meredith Nicholson Elementary, Multicultural Lesson Reflection

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