Over the last decades -- and certainly more recently -- the concept of ethnic identity in times of protest has become an increasingly important issue our students are faced with and one which will need to be addressed in the classroom. Questions of ethnicity and identity in the context of protest participation are issues not only facing our nation, but our students as well.
Materials and additional information will be emailed to participants using the email provided during registration.
Note: This session was originally offered in 2020. New passages will discussed during this session.
Facilitator: Ruben Rodriguez
Ruben Rodriguez is a renowned AP® expert with over 30 years of high school and college classroom and consulting experience. Based out of Austin, Texas, Ruben has trained and mentored AP® English Language teachers around the country through customized workshops, APSI’s, and mock AP® Readings. He has been a Reader, a Question Leader and a Table Leader for the AP® Language Exam Reading. He is also a member for the SAT Development Reading Committee and the acting State Director of the UIL Ready Writing Contest for Texas high school students.