“Planting Seeds Across Curricula” by Davis (Hampton, VA) Middle School Teacher Rachelle Chambers and Librarian Nancy Terrell was published in the October 2018 issue of Teacher Librarian. It details their collaboration on a 7th grade U.S. history unit which began with students reading “Samuel Wilbert Tucker: The Story of a Civil Rights Trailblazer and the 1939 Alexandria Library Sit-in.” Students then researched violent and nonviolent sit-ins, finally creating a Lego wall with words describing how they would deal with adversity and conflict resolution. At the end of the unit, I visited students to share my journey writing Tucker’s biography. Follow the link to the complete article. Chambers:Terrell Planting Seeds
“Researching and Writing a Biography is a Jigsaw Journey,” Library Media Connection, Jan/Feb, 2015. Noyes Silcox_January_February2015
“Samuel Wilbert Tucker: The Story of a Civil Rights Trailblazer and the 1939 Alexandria Library Sit-in,” VAASL Voice, Fall 2013, page 16, newsletter of the Virginia Association of School Librarians. http://www.vaasl.org/pdfs/MediaGram/Voicev2n3.pdf
“Civil Rights Protests in Public Libraries,” by Anne Ford. American Libraries, June 2017.
Alexandria Library Sit-in 1939