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Selma, Alabama 36107

THE COMPLETE CURRICULUM 

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CIVIL RIGHTS LIKE YOU'VE NEVER TAUGHT IT BEFORE

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WHY IS MTABR THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR YOUR CLASSROOM

With teacher modifications, lesson plans are appropriate for students in grades 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, and 12. The Guide uses the 4MAT model of instruction developed by Dr. Bernice McCarthy, founder of About Learning. 4MAT takes into consideration how the brain learns and the fact that students learn in different ways. The plan uses right and left brain instructional strategies to actively en-gage all students.

 

MTABR was designed by Dr. Martha Jones Bouyer, Ph.D, former Social Studies Curriculum Specialist, Jefferson County School District. A great resource for post secondary schools . 

Project Based 3-Demensional Learning

This multi-leveled, multi-perspective approach to teach-ing and learning takes a cross curricular approach to con-nect traditional American history to economics, language arts, math and fine arts. This curriculum guide was devel-oped using National Standards of History, Geography, Civ-ics, and English making it usable in school districts across the nation. 

Advanced Resources for 21st Century Minds

The plethora of primary source documents, the wealth of activities and rubrics, and the comprehensive documen-tary that supports the curriculum guide will motivate and inspire young people to take active roles in their local communities to “ensure the blessings of liberty” for gen-erations to come. 

Instructional Design with Teachers in Mind

Using a variety of instructional strategies aimed at devel-oping critical thinking skills, improving research skills, en-hancing reading and writing skills, students will examine foundational documents of our government as they liter-ally dismantle the structures that men of power in places of authority built to keep American Citizens in a place of non citizenship. 

Interactive Approaches to Integrate with Any Learning Style

The flexible inter-active approach will allow teachers to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all learners. The guide examines constitutional laws enacted at the national level to protect the rights of citizens and how social action in support of legal action brought about en-forcement of these laws. 

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

ALABAMA HISTORY TEACHER

MTABR film and teachers guide captivates viewers form the beginning with authentic accounts, primary source documents and photos tracing well over a hundred years struggle of civil rights in this country. The user friendly curriculum guide engages students with cross curricular activities creating real world experiences. The stimulating content and pedagogy offered by this program ares ideal for middle and high schools students”.. Alabama History Teacher 

JIM LOWEN

“ Products of successful American History courses know basic social facts about the United States and they understand the historical social processes that have shaped these facts. They can locate themselves in the social structure, and they know some of the societal and ideo-logical forces that have influenced their lives. Such Americans are ready to become citizens, because they understand how to effect change in society...they realize ways that the past influences present, including their own present”… Jim Lowen, The Lies My Teacher Told Me