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Words of the Wolves
30 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
In this podcast, 6th Graders Samara and Matilda discuss how issues of white privilege, discrimination, trauma and poverty impact a persons identity. Through reading several books including Nine, Ten, Towers Falling, Alone and All Together, Blended, and All American Boys Samara and Matilda will share with you what they learned about a persons identity and how other issues impact a sense of who you are.
4 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
Head and Heart
In this podcast, Alex will discuss the conflict between head and heart when it comes to love. After reading The Epic Fail of Arturo Zamora and Seventh Grade, this 6th grader will walk through the process of making decisions and how the head and heart can want different things.
3 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
Poverty Isn't Just About Money
6th Grader Keshon discusses poverty and how it impacts a persons decision making process in this podcast. Through reading The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street, and Black Holes and Basketball Sneakers, Keshon will share what he has learned and what he plans to remember for many years to come.
5 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
What Defines You?
Vaailini, a 6th grader, discusses what she has learned about a person's identity through reading The First Rule of Punk and Secret Samantha. In this podcast, Vaailini shares how a persons identity is formed, shaped, and ultimately defined.
15 minutes | Feb 10, 2020
One of Us is Lying - Karen McManus (Paige H., Owen G., Yarelis R.)
Four students in Ms. Eiser's class share their thoughts on One of Us is Lying by Karen McManus.
11 minutes | Feb 10, 2020
Long Way Down - Jason Reynolds
Reese H., Neveah T. and Quadade S. share their thoughts on Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds.
9 minutes | Feb 10, 2020
One Of Us is Lying - Karen McManus (Dylan C.)
Dylan C. from Ms. Eiser's class discusses his thoughts on Karen McManus's One of Us is Lying!
11 minutes | Jun 23, 2019
A Single Event (Hannah & Isabella, Grade 6)
In the podcast, “A Single Event”, 6th graders Isabella and Hannah uncover what actually went down on September 11, 2001. These two girls are able to explore beyond what most people imagined, finally showing the stone cold truth. They used both stories Towers Falling and “Alone and All Together” to show the struggles and points of view of kids who experienced 911 in different ways.
14 minutes | Jun 23, 2019
Society Opposes Others Personalities (Kaitlyn & Melody, Grade 6)
A podcast in which students Melody and Kaitlyn, Grade 6, discuss how gender identity has many effects on society, especially young children who are still learning and experimenting with who they are. Melody and Kaitlyn explain different points of view from children who struggle with others judging who they are because of their gender choice. They explore how people go through life not being accepted because of their personalities. They use the texts Symptoms of Being Human, George, Honor Girl and the song “This Is Me.” These resources show a great message about how peoples’ perspectives vary on this topic.
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