Inclusion Teacher Resources
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Critical Thinking About the Arrival Of Columbus
Learners look at the journey of Columbus from different point of view. In this Columbus instructional activity, students complete 4 different lessons. They include point of view, role-playing, opposing viewpoints, stereotypes and racism.
4th - 8th Social Studies & History
Human Settlement Patterns: Rethinking Columbus
Students discover the true history of the United States by examining Christopher Columbus. In this U.S. History lesson, students investigate the true history of Christopher Columbus' travels and discuss the actual first inhabitants of the United States.
3rd - 8th Visual & Performing Arts
Simulated Colonial School : US History, Proverbs
Fourth, fifth, and sixth graders read about, appreciate, and have a clear understanding of what colonial schools were like. They make comparisons of colonial schooling and current schooling through a Venn diagram graphic organizer and appreciate proverbs as cultural wisdom.
4th - 6th Social Studies & History
Let's go to the Video Tape!
Using actual data from a deep-sea video survey, high school marine biologists consider the biodiversity, compare species richness between two communities, and learn to calculate the diversity index. The lesson plan is all-inclusive, providing plenty of background information, reference websites, extension ideas, and student handouts.
9th - 12th Science
Does Rick Warren Represent Diversity?
The topic of this lesson focuses on whether or not Obama was able to convincingly defend his choice of choosing Rick Warren to deliver the invocation at his inauguration. This is considered a controversial or hot topic because it involves gay rights, and diversity, and uses quotes from Rick Warren himself.
11th - 12th Social Studies & History
The Summary: A Brief Edition
Sixth graders review organizational elements of informational text to locate important ideas. They enhance their skills by writing a simple citation, and evaluate one another's summaries for effectiveness. Several worksheets are included to help your writers create their summary, but the Transition Words and Phrases page is especially helpful.
6th English Language Arts
Seventh graders identify parts of the setting in various types of text and explain the setting's importance to the text. They complete a pre-test for the topic, and complete a worksheet of setting questions for a text. Working in groups to discuss the questions, they design a setting graphic organizer and take a post-assessment test.
7th - 8th English Language Arts
Creating an Inclusive Environment of Understanding Feelings
Pupils examine how to resolve differences with their friends and discuss and identify the qualities of a good friendship. In small groups they read and discuss different scenarios, holding up a happy or sad face to identify the feeling that matches the scenario.
K - 5th Health
Bonus Reinforcement System
While this resource is specific to one autistic learner, it may serve to assist you with developing a similar behavior modification system in your class. The resource includes a full rationale for the use of the system and the printable images used to execute the system.
3rd - 8th Health
Acting Like a Bunch of Animals: Fables and Human
The video "The Tales of Aesop" traces for viewers the history of fables and identifies their characteristics. The class then goes to the web site "The Fisherman and the Little Fish" where they examine the classic and a modern version of the fable before selecting a fable to modernize.
9th - 11th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Students explore, examine and study the differences and similarities in creating a climate of inclusion. They assess diversity found within their own classrooms and explore how they need to speak and act in a diverse classroom so that all of them feel included.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History
New Review The Freedom Rides of 1961
Young historians explore the Freedom Rides of the civil rights movement with an engaging PowerPoint presentation, primary and secondary source analysis, and a viewing of a PBS documentary called "Freedom Riders." They will conclude by working in teams to design a youth summit teaching their peers about the Freedom Rides.
8th - 11th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
New Review The Rights of Persons with Disabilities in the United States
Would I be able to access all areas of the school if I used a wheelchair? Or if I could not see? After brainstorming a list of typical life activities, class members assume the role of a person with a specific disability and consider the barriers to access they would face.
6th - 12th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Fifth through eighth graders think of themselves as newspaper reporters as they listen to a presentation by a guest speaker. As reporters, they take notes during the presentation. Using these notes, they create a rough draft and then a final copy of their article.
5th - 8th English Language Arts
Developing Empathy and Building Friendships
This bullying prevention lesson addresses the meaning of empathy, feelings of being excluded, and friendship-building skills. While it is designated for 8th grade, some of the materials seem appropriate for 6th or 7th grade. The lesson includes a brainstorming activity, an inclusion/exclusion exercise, small group and whole class discussion.
6th - 8th Health