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Video Courses

Unit 3: Voice for K - 1st Grade

Cost
100% Free
Time to complete
1.70 Hours

How it Works

  • Learn at Your Own Pace

    You don’t have to finish the course all in one sitting. In fact, we recommend you take this course a little bit at a time, incorporating what you’ve learned in the classroom.

  • Free Guided Resources

    As you go through a course, we’ll introduce you to free resources that will help you implement what you’re learning.

  • Never Learn Alone

    Have a question on what you’re learning in the course or how to use a resource? Reach out to the Cox Campus community for advice or to lend a helping hand to others.

Lessons

  1. Lesson 1

    Pop-Up: Voice K - 1st Day 1

    Let's read "Drum Dream Girl" and then learn how to raise our voices in a workshop about freedom songs with a teaching artist from the Alliance Theatre.
  2. Lesson 2

    Pop-Up: Voice K - 1st Day 2

    Today is all about powerful words: We’ll make protest signs in morning meeting, play vocabulary games and go to the mountains to learn how to break down words and read them.
  3. Lesson 3

    Pop-Up: Voice K - 1st Day 3

    Hear about how young people fought for freedom by reading "Sit In" by Andrea Davis Pinkney, then write the words to your own freedom song to raise your voice for what’s right.
  4. Lesson 4

    Pop-Up: Voice K - 1st Day 4

    It’s our last day to read Drum Dream Girl and travel to the mountains with Ms. Cheryl.
  5. Lesson 5

    Pop-Up: Voice K - 1st Day 5

    Log on to hear the freedom song that YOU wrote the words to! We know you’re going to love it.

FAQs

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