Here are new additions to The Best Resources For Teaching About The Black Panther Movie:
Africa’s real Wakanda and the struggle to stay uncolonized is from The Washington Post.
There’s a True Story Behind Black Panther’s Strong Women. Here’s Why That Matters is from TIME.
This is from Ed Week’s article, Teachers Are Bringing ‘Black Panther’ to the Classroom:
Chicago middle school teacher Tess Raser wrote the “Wakanda Curriculum” to help her students explore the film’s themes of colonialism, cultural representation, global anti-blackness, black feminism, and Afrofuturism. The lessons guide students in grades 5 through 8 in character analysis, asking questions like: “What character traits did T’Challa show? What do his actions reveal about his character? Do you agree with all of his actions?”
You can also read more about the “Wakanda Curriculum” here.
Is ‘Black Panther’ a ‘Defining Moment’ for the United States — and Particularly for Black America? is from The New York Times Learning Network.
Breaking News English Lesson on Black Panther is a lesson for ELLs.