NEW LITERACY TEST TURNS BLACK HISTORY MONTH INTO A TEACHING/LEARNING PROJECT

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 9, 2012
CONTACT:
Eugene Walton
dreugenewalton@verizon.net
www.EWEmedia.com

NEW LITERACY TEST TURNS BLACK HISTORY MONTH INTO A TEACHING/LEARNING PROJECT

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Eugene Walton, CEO of EWEmedia.com

Washington, DC (BlackNews.com) — A new Black History Literacy Test developed and published by EWEmedia aims to turn Black History Month into a dynamic teaching/learning project for everyone using its question-and-answer lesson plan. The Test is not for evaluative purposes, but rather to get attention and challenge users to expand what they already know by teaching/learning more about the historical context of their responses to the Test and change their thinking about the issues in a new way.

The Black History Literacy Test is a 100 item question-and-answer Kindle eBook distributed by Amazon.com for $2.99 per download to Kindle, iPad, Nook mobile devices AND to desktop and laptop computers. The short Black History Literacy Test Lesson Plan can be downloaded for FREE at www.EWEmedia.com.

The Test covers 8 topic/time periods:

1492-1618: Africans To The Americas -Explorers and Slaves;
1619-1774: Blacks in Colonial America;
1775-1789: Black Participation in Revolutionary War;
1790-1860: Black Resistance to Slavery;
1866-1877: Blacks and the Reconstruction;
1878-1954: Struggle and Triumph Over Jim Crow “Separate But Equal;”
1955-1968: The Civil Rights Movement;
1969-2012: Thrusting Toward the New Millennium.

For more details, visit www.EWEmedia.com

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