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    • Cathy’s Homework
      Gabrielle Richa
    • Awareness
      A student needs to be aware of what the term social justice means. Being aware of their place in the world and how they can affect the world around them is a great unit to teach. We need to allow students to understand how much their actions can do.
      Students and teachers need to work together to create a classroom environment in which teachers can actualize the above practices and in which both students and teacher can raise questions, challenges, differences, and problems while conducting political analyses of society.”- Gustein
    • Power
      “Social movements attempt to shift power from power holders toward the movement’s constituent base.” Sleeter
      Every child has the ability to make a change.
      We must take a hold of the power we all hold to think differently, to take a step in a different direction.
      “Along the way they change the way they define themselves in relation to the world and their actions on it.”- Gustein
    • Multicultural Education
      “viewing multicultural education as a social movement suggests that effort must be expended to cultivate support among segments of the broader public that are unaware of, or indifferent to, multicultural.”- Sleeter
      “..deepens their understanding of society which leads to engagement in social movements, at whatever level people are capable of participating given the daily struggles for survival.”
      - Gustein
    • Curriculum
      At first glance it seems as if it’s an educational setting that spits out facts about different cultures.
      After reading, it’s a necessary curriculum to make students aware of injustices in the world so they can be aware. Awareness is the first step to making a change.