We found 121 reviewed resources for gay rights
Constitutional Amendments And Gay MarriageLesson Planet
9th - 12th
Upper graders critically examine the history and process of amending the U.S. Constitution in light of the current issue facing the courts on legalizing gay marriage. They read a variety of articles, watch news clips, and develop a...
Constitutional Amendments and Gay MarriageLesson Planet
9th - 12th
High schoolers study the legal battles involving same-sex marriage. They examine primary sources and a video regarding the 14th amendment and its implications for gay marriage. They analyze a report of a California case that was sent to...
Argument and Persuasion: What's Wrong With Gay Marriage?Lesson Planet
11th - 12th
The topic of gay marriage has gotten lots of attention recently. Without actually asking your class their personal opinions, this two-page worksheet has pupils study two essays about gay marriage. Readers analyze the attitude, tone, and...
Stonewall and Beyond: Gay and Lesbian IssuesLesson Planet
9th - 12th
Help learners understand their own biases and how their perspectives may have been influenced by biased media sources. They keep a journal while viewing videos, exploring websites, and engaging in class discussions related to gay and...
Marriage Equality: Different Strategies for Attaining Equal RightsLesson Planet
6th - 12th
Students examine gays rights issues in the United States. In this gay marriage lesson, students investigate how people have made their cases before the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government to secure their civil...
Is Everyone Protected by the Bill of Rights?Lesson Planet
10th - 12th
Who is protected by the Bill of Rights? Learners examine the Bill of Rights and conduct research regarding gay people in the military. They use their research findings to prepare for and participate in a debate regarding the military ban...
Should Homosexuals Have the Right to Laws Protecting Them From Discrimination?Lesson Planet
9th - 12th
Students explore discrimination issues in America. In this homosexual rights lesson, students listen to their instructor lecture on antidiscrimination laws and gay rights. Students respond to questions about the Romer v. Evans case.
The 1960s in AmericaLesson Planet
15 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Discover the incredible change and volatility that was 1960s America with an engaging, informative video. It begins with an extensive overview of pivotal moments during the civil rights movement and the subsequent shift toward militant...
Chemistry: Gay-Lussac's Law (Gas Laws)Lesson Planet
6 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
If an aerosol can lands in a fire, it explodes due to Gay-Lussac's Law. A video from a chemistry playlist explains Gay-Lussac's Law and the relationship between pressure and temperature of gases. It includes two guided practice problems...
Words Really Matter: Examining Language at SchoolLesson Planet
10th - Higher Ed
Help your students gain sensitivity and become aware of the implications of the words they see, hear, and use about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. After making lists of words or phrases they hear or use in school...
Homophobia: What is It? What Can We Do About It?Lesson Planet
5th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
A two-part lesson focuses on the sensitive issues of homophobia, discrimination, sexuality, and gender. Middle schoolers discuss individual and institutional discrimination, personal rights, homosexuality, and bullying.
The Rights to EducationLesson Planet
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Do all kids in the US have access to a quality education? What barriers do English language learners face? What about kids from tough neighborhoods? What about kids with disabilities, gay kids, pregnant kids? Class members listen to the...
Rights Abuses Around the World: What Can We Do?Lesson Planet
9th - Higher Ed
Learners read about an Urgent Action information sheet from Amnesty International and a petition about human rights abuses against sexual minorities outside the USA. They discuss the situation, read about other similar cases and then...