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Lesson Plan: The Civil War by Small Planet Communications
Lesson plan with links to further resources and a focus on historical fiction. Integrates reading, writing, and music. full record
Using Art, Literature and Film to Teach Black History by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on art, literature, film, and black history. full record
Women Writers and Dissent in 20th and 21st Century American Literature by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on American women writers in the 20th and 21st centuries. full record
Friday and Friends: A Prospectus of the Mexican Family through Children's Literature by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on the Mexican family in children's literature. full record
Latin Culture Through Art and Literature by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on Latin art and culture. full record
Using Children's Literature and Art to Examine the African-American Resistance to Injustice by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on African-American resistance in children's art and literature. full record
Diotima: Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World by Stoa
Bibliography, images, essays and more relating to women in the ancient world. full record
The History of Jim Crow by New York Life, PBS
Explores segregation from 1870s - 1950s includes narrative content, teacher resources such as simulations, lesson plans and cognitive organizers, teacher and ... full record
Slavery in America by New York Life, PBS
Companion materials to the PBS television series and more. Essays, lesson plans, images, maps, literature, narratives, biographies, and interactive exhibitions ... full record
Black Arts Movement by University of Michigan
Covers key concepts, timeline, extensive bibliograpy and key people in the Black Arts Movement full record
Asian American Books by Asian American Curriculum Project
Collection of educational materials on Asian American history including links to purchase materials (videos, books) as well as links to other websites focused ... full record
International Children's Digital Library by International Children's Digital Library
Digital library on international children's literature full record
The Fire Escape: Books Between Cultures
Author who maintains list of recommended books about the immigrant experiernce and the experienceof being "between cultures." Includes books for teens. full record
Sexual Oppression and Religious Extremism in Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on Margaret Atwood's "The Handmaid's Tale." full record
Piñata Books by Arté Publico Press
Small publisher of books on US Hispajnic culture. full record
Américas Book Award by University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee
The Américas Award is given in recognition of U.S. works of fiction, poetry, folklore, or selected non-fiction (from picture books to works for young adults) ... full record
Tomás Rivera Mexican American Children's Book Award by Texas State University at San Marcos
Award given annually to the author/illustrator of the most distinguished book for children and young adults that authentically reflects the lives and ... full record
Pura Belpré Award by American Library Association
Award presented to a Latino/Latina writer and illustrator whose work best portrays, affirms, and celebrates the Latino cultural experience in an outstanding ... full record
Revealing Racist Roots: The 3 R's for Teaching about the Jena 6 by Teacher Activist Groups
Revealing Racist Roots.pdf — PDF document, 961Kb The Jena 6 is much bigger than the spirit of Jim Crow being found alive and well in the South. The Jena 6 crystallizes the police violence, discrimination, and ... full record
Against All Odds by United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees
"Against All Odds" is a free online video game that lets students follow a young person's flight from oppression in his or her home country to exile in an ... full record
Multi-issue Humane Education Activities by Institute for Humane Education
Multi-Issue Humane Education Activities feature lesson plans & activities that explore humane issues more comprehensively; they encompass more than one of our ... full record
Exploring Banned and Challenged Books: A Collaborative Project
LSJ_banned_books_report.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 35Kb This report explains a community collaborative project that explored banned and challenged books in a variety of contexts and venues in St. Louis, MO. full record
Fences by Austin Social Justice Teacher Inquiry Group
Fences.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 44Kb This is an outline of an approach to teaching Fences by August Wilson. Teachers will see the kinds of questions and inquiry that lead students to think about ... full record
IndyKids, January 2010 issue by IndyKids
indykids_iss23.pdf — PDF document, 4314Kb TeachersGuide-23.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 56Kb In this issue you will find articles about children's rights, child labor on US farms, student protests, Obama's actions in Afghanistan, student arrests on ... full record
Realistic Fiction: Characters Just Like Me
Unit Description: This unit will be based off the Teachers College Writing Unit for Realistic Fiction and Reading Unit for Character Study. Students will ... full record
Resources for Educators
Provides quality resources for teachers and administrators, including free curriculum, fundraising and grant writing materials, service learning projects, ... full record