Outcomes

“All Power to the People!” is designed to enable you to achieve the following set of learning outcomes. That means the work of the student who successfully completes this class will reflect the following skills and understandings. What the outcomes look like—or the criteria used to assess the presence and depth of each outcome—is also listed below.

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1. HISTORICAL KNOWLEDGE: Demonstrate historical knowledge of 20th century justice movements led by communities of color.

What does this look like?

  • Identify key figures and events related to the class.
  • Explain the causes, forms, and effects of movements within historical context.
  • Summarize readings, including the themes, theories, and analyses authors provide.
  • Evaluate the significance of organized movements.

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2. HISTORICAL THINKING: Critically evaluate the ways communities of color have analyzed freedom, equality, equity, and social justice in the United States.

What does this look like?

  • Interpret meaning and significance in historical primary sources.
  • Analyze texts from within the historical context of their production.
  • Assess diverse perspectives from an empathic and critical position.

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3. HISTORICAL RESEARCH: Examine the meaning and significance of justice movements led by communities of color.

What does this look like?

  • Formulate historical questions related to a research topic.
  • Identify both primary and secondary sources related to historical questions.
  • Analyze the significance of a historical topic from a primary sources.
  • Create a teaching activity related to your research findings.

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