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HIS 351-001 Sisters in the Struggle: History of Kentucky Women in the Civil Rights Era, 1920s-1970s. Randolph Hollingsworth, Ph.D. Reinette Jones, M.S.L.S. Midterm. Sisters in the Struggle Unit III: Weeks 7-10. For Thursday – turn in at beginning of class:

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his 351 001 sisters in the struggle history of kentucky women in the civil rights era 1920s 1970s

HIS 351-001Sisters in the Struggle:History of Kentucky Women in the Civil Rights Era, 1920s-1970s

Randolph Hollingsworth, Ph.D.

Reinette Jones, M.S.L.S.

Midterm

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Sisters in the StruggleUnit III: Weeks 7-10

  • For Thursday – turn in at beginning of class:
  • List 3 “muddiest” points about KY women and civil rights leadership that are confusing to you. For each point, reference the related assigned reading(s), guest speaker(s), oral history clips or journal entries.
  • One-Sentence Summary of the oral history interview process – emphasizing key points:Who Does What to Whom, When, Where, How, and Why?
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Sisters in the Strugglemidterm check – how’s it going?

  • Basic principles and goals for HIS351
    • chart with visual depiction of course objectives
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Sisters in the Strugglemidterm check – how’s it going?

  • Basic principles and goals for HIS351
    • chart with visual depiction of course objectives
    • changed paradigms in learning, e.g., Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) Leadership Initiative“Learning to Change, Changing to Learn” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tahTKdEUAPk
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Sisters in the Strugglemidterm check – how’s it going?

Self-Check Survey

How confident do you feel doing each of these items? First: rank each 1-5 (least to most confident about yourself)

Second: share answers and develop practical suggestions for building competence and competence for success

What you said on September 2, 2010were important skills, experiences, knowledge to succeed in HIS351

historical literacy

computer savvy

organized

use of library

primary vs. secondary sources

teamwork

writing

databases

willingness to learn

creativity

communication

responsibility

analytical – critical thinking

leadership

respect

good temperament

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Sisters in the StruggleResults of Midterm Check

Self-Check Survey Group Results on Strategies for Success

Technology – assign group member to create webpages for project

Database use – get help on refining searches

Historical literacy – analyze everything, including stereotypes

Organization & communication – set weekly meeting dates to share findings and balancing general KY history with specific projects, assign major tasks to each member, actually use daily task planners

Willing to learn – ask questions (don’t be shy)

What you said on September 2, 2010were important skills, experiences, knowledge to succeed in HIS351

historical literacy

computer savvy

organized

use of library

primary vs. secondary sources

teamwork

writing

databases

willingness to learn

creativity

communication

responsibility

analytical – critical thinking

leadership

respect

good temperament