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Islam in the United States: Hate Crimes and Hope
Students state things learned about Muslims in America through a short lecture, an interview, and reading. Using the information learned, they formulate questions to learn more. Students define hate crimes, and how the events of 9/11 have affected attitudes of Americans.
10th - Higher Ed Social Studies & History
Korean Non-Governmental Organizations
Students consider the work of South Koreans working to make the world a better place. In this non-governmental organizations activity, students research the public service work of South Koreans and use their findings to create an exhibition.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History
Worksheet: Evidence of Darwin’s Evolutionary Theory at the Fossil Park
Take a close-up look at the evolution of hyenas in South Africa. Natural historians read about the five hyena species found in the fossil record and examine four statements that summarize the theory of evolution. As a culminating activity, pupils form groups and design a fact sheet about any modern member from the hyena family.
9th - 12th Science
Claim It: Differences and Similarities, Creating a Climate of Inclusion
Students explore the concept of diversity. In this inclusion lesson, students discuss similarities and differences among students in their class, identify the benefits of diversity, and write personal commitment statements regarding respect for others.
9th - 12th Health
Influences on Musical Styles
Students discuss music of other eras students discuss the influence of elements such as politics, social events, etc. on music of the time. They examine the cause and effect of musical diversity after watching a video segment: "Behind the Music.
6th - 12th Visual & Performing Arts
The Called Themselves the K.K.K.; The Birth of an American Terrorist Group
How did Ku Klux Klan develop and flourish in the US? How did the government respond to acts of terrorism conducted by the KKK following the Civil War? How does the government respond to acts of terrorism today? This resource launches a study of terrorism and government response.
11th - 12th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Rites of Passage
Prom, Quiceanera, Rumspringa. After reading series of texts about traditions that mark the transition into adulthood in various cultures, class members debate the question, “In the 21st century, should certain rites of passage continue to be practiced?
9th - 10th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Diversity of Arthropods
In this arthropods worksheet, students will review the characteristics of the different types of arthropods including spiders, ticks, crustaceans, millipedes, and insects. Students will also understand the difference between complete and incomplete metamorphosis.
9th - 12th Science
Should Video Games be Regulated?
Persuade your pupils to take a stance on a variety of issues. Warm up with an activity that has class members walk to a yes or no sign based on their opinion. They then fill out a graphic organizer with persuasive arguments. After they are done practicing, writers evaluate information about video games, compose persuasive letters, and send final drafts of their letters to government officials.
6th - 8th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Looking for Love? Not Always! Exploring Human Relationships
Students research psychology by examining real life situations. In this human relationships lesson plan, students discuss the importance of respect among two people in a romantic relationship. Students examine images of people in relationships and answer theoretical relationship questions.
11th - 12th Visual & Performing Arts
A Streetcar Named Desire Study Questions & Essay Topics
In this online interactive literature worksheet, students respond to 8 short answer and essay questions about Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire. Students may check some of their answers online.
10th - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Slavery across North Carolina
Eighth graders examine slavery in North Carolina. For this North Carolina history lesson, 8th graders read and analyze slave narratives to gain an understanding of the diversity of slave experiences. Students also examine maps and atlases as they read the narratives to discover the regional development of slavery in the state.
8th English Language Arts
Mosaic America: Paths To The Present
Seventh graders study the ideologies of life, values, love, peace and struggle of African Americans, Latinos and Native Americans as citizens of the United States. Authors and artists are used as tools to open the eyes of the students and allow them to see the impact and significance of cultures upon the history of the United States.
7th Social Studies & History