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K-12 Curriculum

The attached curricula are the original works of K-12 educators who participated in the 2016 Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad program in Peru, a month-long, immersive curriculum design workshop for Latin American Studies. Collectively, the units span various grade-levels and subject areas, and many individual units integrate content and themes from multiple academic disciplines. The resulting collection includes curricula and instructional materials addressing diverse aspects of Peruvian life, history, and culture.

UGA’s Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute (LACSI) conducted a two-day orientation for participants prior to their departure for Peru and reviewed drafts of the curricular units after the seminar’s conclusion. While LACSI staff provided feedback and suggestions, all credit for the design of the attached curricula belongs with the seminar participants. We were greatly impressed with the breadth and quality of their work, and we are excited to make it available to other educators through our website.

Laura Bobbera

Peru 

Celia Blandon
Michael Cooper

Chancay Burial Dolls: Interpretations of Ancient & Contemporary Textile Figures

Nazca Lines & Chancay Textile Painting: Peruvian Coastal Art Forms as Inspiration for Narrative Tunics

The Retablo: Nicario Jimenez Quispe and the Preservation of Andean History

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Christy Halcom

Christy Halcom (Wissahicken Charter School, Philadelphia, PA): “Revolutionary and State Terrorism in Fujimori’s Peru: A Case Study of ‘The Shining Path'” (grades 6-8)

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Susan Murphy
Aldo Sanabria

These curricula were developed by Professor Aldo Sanabria on behalf of UGA’s Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education (CLASE), for use in 8th grade classrooms.

“Entrepreneurship Across Cultures: Business, Culture, and Travel in Costa Rica and Georgia (USA)”

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Fatima Sitson
Vicky Stockton
Janelle Styons

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