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Case study 3Chapter 5Case 5.3 Teaching ThanksgivingStep 1: Identify Biases or Inequities-Teaching about thanksgiving.-Ms Tilson saying “since some of our students are immigrants, we can use it as an opportunity tolearn about traditional foods”.-Discussing American Indian perspectives. Ms. Porter was concerned with this discussingbecause her colleagues did not intend to talk about it.-Talking about the pilgrims and Indians.Step 2: Take Stock of Various PerspectivesThe teaching staff have come together to discuss how they will teach about Thanksgiving. Eachteacher shared their ideas about how they could teach about the upcoming holiday. Ms. Tilsoncommented about teaching students about the food and how pilgrims and Indians shared at afeast. Another teacher focuses on the thanks in Thanksgiving. Ms. Porter commented aboutdiscussing American Indian perspectives because some Indigenous people observe the day as