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Elisabeth Freligh replied to John Trampush's discussion Final Project Exhibition Hall in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"Title: The Women Who Fought Segregation: A Look at Alberta Schneck and Elizabeth Peratrovich Audience: 3-5 grade Main Learning Goal: Help students to further their understanding of the existence of segregation in Alaska in the early to mid…"
Apr 19, 2016
Elisabeth Freligh replied to John Trampush's discussion Webinar #3: Integration, Assimilation and Resiliency- Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"In regards to the old military supplies, I  defiantly thought about my students reacting about him finding the leftover military items. When he was talking about finding all the bullets and dumping out the powder to play with it. I think that…"
Mar 28, 2016
Elisabeth Freligh replied to John Trampush's discussion Webinar #3: Integration, Assimilation and Resiliency- Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"Because Nick tells his story through the eyes of a child, do you think resonate with students? In what way can this story be used in the classroom?  Elementary and/or Secondary? I think hearing this story from a child's perspective would…"
Mar 28, 2016
Elisabeth Freligh replied to John Trampush's discussion Webinar #3: Integration, Assimilation and Resiliency- Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"How does Nick’s story of enemy invasion, occupation, and finally becoming a prisoner of war fit within the larger story of resiliency in Alaska History? The detail that is used to describe his life both before and after the invasion is so…"
Mar 22, 2016
Elisabeth Freligh replied to John Trampush's discussion Webinar #2: Cultures Collide- Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"I also moved from the East coast, and share some of your same feelings about a cultural shock. I remember arriving in Anchorage and being exposed to all of the different cultures. I wound up becoming a photographer for campus paper, and I remember…"
Mar 15, 2016
Elisabeth Freligh replied to John Trampush's discussion Webinar #1: Migrations- Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"I am a second grade teacher and we definitely talk about the people of Alaska as well in our Social Studies curriculum. While we do not delve as deep into native cultures as the third grade curriculum does, we do discuss the native people who where…"
Mar 15, 2016
Elisabeth Freligh replied to John Trampush's discussion Webinar #2: Cultures Collide- Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"What do you think the author meant by this statement? The quote made me look deeper think about my own classroom students and our classroom culture. As a teacher in Anchorage, I get to teach students from various backgrounds, that includes various…"
Feb 23, 2016
Elisabeth Freligh replied to John Trampush's discussion MIGRATIONS- Webinar #1 Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"Which themes were highlighted in the Migrations lecture? The lecture shone a light on the various ecoregions of Alaska. Those regions have shaped the flora and fauna as well as those who came to inhabit those regions over time. Alaskan people have…"
Feb 2, 2016
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Jan 25, 2016

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Where do you live?
Anchorage
Are you a student or a teacher?
Teacher
What is your favorite subject in Social Studies?
U.S. History
Why do you want to join our forum?
To participate in a class
What do you do for fun?
I like to take photos.

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