Class Resources

 (2006-2007)


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Lesson Plans and Learning Centers

* These center activities are made in conjunction with the sixth grade humanities teachers at Monsignor João S. Antão School No. 31.

For Parents

 

Class Documents

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Spotlight Sites

 

 

In Our Thoughts: Genocide in Darfur

Darfur Notebook: Death in the Dessert (ABC News)

The Suffering of Sudan (Channel One News)

Press Release from Senator Robert Menendez

 Press Release from Donald M. Payne, Representative for New Jersey's 10th Legislative District

House Concurrent Resolution 7, Issue: Darfur

Cosponsored by Albio Sires, Representative for New Jersey's 13th Legislative District

PBS: Relationships in Sudan

Darfur is Dying (An interactive experience from mtvU)

Over the next few weeks, we will begin to discuss more and more about the upcoming election and the issues facing our communities.  The crisis in Darfur closely parallels the Holocaust and many other tragedies that we have discussed in class.  For this reason, I felt a bit conflicted about posting Darfur is Dying here on the class site.  I was not sure if it was appropriate to look at the crisis as a "game" ... just like I was unsure if it was appropriate to examine the X-Men as a metaphor for the Holocaust ... but I thought it best to err on the side of giving you all more information rather than less ... let's be sure to discuss this in class!

- Mr. Ojeda

October 22, 2006

 

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