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Contents Preface KCAC Print Publications Team: Patsy Hamby, Sarah Robbins, Linda Hadley Stewart, Rozlyn T. Truss, Leslie M. Walker, and Dave Winter Acknowledgments Introduction: Building Communities of Learning: An Invitation to Teachers Sarah Robbins Thematic Strands for Studying Community KCAC teachers and Amy Meadows I. Introductory Activities 1. Sharing Stories to Build Community Linda Hadley Stewart 2. Making the Classroom Our Place Leslie M. Walker II. Single-Class-Period Activities 3. Take Two: Reading Community Photos Mimi Dyer 4. Viewfinders: Students Picturing Their Communities Gerri Hajduk 5. Giving Students a Penny for Their Thoughts Oreather J. Bostick-Morgan 6. A Correspondence between Atlanta Students Dave Winter III. Units/Major Assignments 7. Setting the Stage for Historical Fiction Bernadette Lambert 8. Preserving the City Bonnie G. Webb 9. Recovering Displaced Heritages in Multiple Contexts Linda Templeton IV. Extended Research Projects 10. Hometown History: The Hickory Flat Oral History Project Peggy M. Corbett 11. My Classroom Really Is a Zoo Dave Winter 12. "Writing Suburbia" in Pictures and Print Sarah Robbins Afterword and Action Plan Diana Mitchell Bibliography Edited by Stacie Janecki Contributors Editors <AQ: Looks like we'll be putting the contents by thematic strand elsewhere, perhaps on an inside cover or on the back cover.>
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Community -- Study and teaching -- United States -- Case studies.
Community life -- United States -- Study and teaching -- Case studies.
United States -- History, Local -- Study and teaching -- Case studies.
English language -- Composition and exercises -- Study and teaching.