African American Studies Toolkit: Home 6. history Integrate black history all year round! Books, CDs, videos, web sites and links to lesson plans. General history resources http://creativefolk.com/toolkit/home.html
Extractions: Table of Contents Reference Online: All subject areas. Links to biographical databases texts speeches documents and images ; historical timelines and Black History calendars museums and online exhibits Tutorials for finding images and texts online. (Subject-specific biography links are found in each subject area.) Reference Offline All subject areas. Recommended books posters videos and CDs for school and public libraries , plus resources for Young Adult media specialists. Online and offline tools for
Lesson Plans The following lesson plans were developed for the Delaware black history Project. These lesson plans are separated to coincide with each unit. http://www.udel.edu/BlackHistory/listoflessons.html
Extractions: Howard Career Center The following lesson plans were developed for the Delaware Black History Project. These lesson plans are separated to coincide with each unit. They are, by no means, exhaustive. Because each individual who teaches these units has his or her own instructional methods, these lesson plans are to be used as a guide for the instructor. Each plan shares certain commonalities. Students should begin each unit by reading the material prepared by the authors. This serves as an introduction to the topic for the students. Furthermore, students are asked to define key terms and concepts. They are directed to primary source material. They are encouraged to analyze applicable charts, graphs, and maps. Lastly, critical thinking questions are included, along with research topics to be developed. The critical thinking questions are designed to measure the student's mastery of the topic. Although there is no day-to-day format for the implementation of these lesson plans, the various resources and activities presented are conducive to the development of two to three 45-minute class periods. LESSON PLAN 1
Black History Month Native American Hertiage. black history Month. Presidents Day. Earth Day. Women s history Month. Independent Units of Study. lesson plans. Cognitive Verbs ala Bloom. http://www.nvo.com/ecnewletter/blackhistorymonth/
Martin Luther King, Jr. black history Games and Activities Word Search, Coloring Pages, Art Activity in America - NY Times Learning - Articles, lesson plans, Questionnaire, Crossword http://www.educationplanet.com/articles/mlk.html
Extractions: All Grades Pre-K K-2 Higher Ed Search 100,000+ top educational sites, lessons and more! Martin Luther King, Jr. Welcome to Education Planet's Educator's Guide to Martin Luther King on the web. Here you can find great classroom resources for Martin Luther King Day, Black History Month, biographical studies and the study of the Civil Rights Movement. Seattle Times: Martin Luther King Jr. - Few have had as much impactupon the American consciousness as the late civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As we mark the 71st anniversary of King's birth, we hope you will join us in a dialogue about the role King played in shaping America and about where we're going. An extensive site featuring: The Man, The Movement, The Legacy, The Holiday, Electronic Classroom, and Talking About It. Welcome to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project at Stanford University - The King Papers Project is a major research effort to assemble and disseminate historical information concerning Martin Luther King, Jr. and the social movements in which he participated - Educating diverse audiences about King's ideas and achievements: Papers, Speeches, Sermons, Autobiography, Biography, Chronology and Articles.
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Black History Month history Month, Teaching with Historic Places posted on the web the following four complete lesson plans that consider important aspects of black history. http://www.theteachersguide.com/BlackHistoryMonth.html
Extractions: African Americans Thematic Unit African Americans Thematic Unit is based on the following pieces of literature: The Talking Eggs, Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, One More River to Cross. This reproducible resource is filled with ready-to-use lessons and cross-curricular activities. Also included are management ideas, creative suggestions for the classroom, and a bibliography. Lesson Plans Internet Resources Book Activities Printouts
Lesson Plans black history Month lesson plans. Art. Art lesson plans. Language Arts. Language Arts lesson plans Your Best Bet. Can t find what your looking for? http://www.theteachersguide.com/lessonplans.html
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Extractions: To celebrate African American History, Teaching with Historic Places is featuring on the Web the following complete lesson plans that consider important aspects of African American history. Created by National Park Service interpreters, preservation professionals, and educators, these lessons are free and ready for immediate classroom use by students in history and social studies classes. Chicago's Black Metropolis: Understanding History through a Historic Place Understand the magnitude of the struggle involved in securing equal educational opportunities for African Americans and examine how Prudence Crandall challenged the prevailing attitude toward educating African Americans in New England prior to the Civil War. Glen Echo Park: Center for Education and Recreation
Black History Links lesson plans and ideas for the classroom. An African Holiday Role Playing history Zoo s Who ORama Cooking for Kwanzaa black Holidays Counting in http://www.qesnrecit.qc.ca/socialsciences/bhr/hbhmplan.htm
Extractions: http://www.memphis-schools.k12.tn.us/admin/tlapages/africa.htm Mrs. Haney, a television producer, has been given the task of creating a mini-series for Black History Month. She has hired you, as part of a team of researchers and writers, to create a program on a famous African-American inventor. Your team has a deadline of two weeks to be ready to tape your program. Lessons from the American Memory Learning Page: After Reconstruction: Problems of African Americans in the South
Extractions: Oral interviews can be a significant source of historical insights. Since the 16th century, immigration has played a major role in the United States. In addition to being, except for Native Americans, a country of immigrants, the United States is also now remarkable for the frequency with which people move around the country, from region to region. Brainstorm with students to determine where the class can find people who have immigrated to your town or area from another part of the country or from another part of the world for improved economic and social conditions. You and students may come up with the following suggestions: Once students find out whom they will be interviewing, they should do research on the place the subject comes from so that they may understand more readily why the person chose to move away.
Preschool Black History Activity Theme Early childhood education black history activities and lesson plans for teachers of preschool children. You ll find action rhymes http://www.preschoolrainbow.org/black-history.htm
Extractions: Activities for Teachers of Young Children Early childhood education Black history activities and lesson plans for teachers of preschool children. You'll find action rhymes, songs, art and crafts, a game, a skit and even a rap song in this theme that enhances curriculum and celebrates the contributions of African-Americans. This preschool and kindergarten song is from Marilyn G . who says, "E xemplify unity through song and help children understand that even though we may be different, we are the same in many ways. Send Dr. Martin Luther King's message to others." Description: This is a song but it could be learned as a poem. It was written by a former preschool teacher, Esther Yost , of Ann Arbor,Mi., about 15 years ago: I have a dream, said Martin Luther King
Lesson Plans For lesson plans For Not Your Usual black history Special. Joe Louis An American Hero. A Cinema Apart Early black Filmmakers. Todd Duncan The First Porgy. http://www.ptamerica.com/plan.htm
Extractions: Not Your Usual "Black History" Special Joe Louis: An American Hero A Cinema Apart: Early Black Filmmakers Todd Duncan: The First Porgy Slave Quilts: Stitched From The Soul ... The Forgotten Soldiers: Their Glory Remembered Each Lesson Plan Includes: Educators are welcome to use or modify these lesson plans as necessary to meet their curricular goals. The resources listed, including the Internet sources should be checked for suitability prior to use by students. Please note: Goldsmith Productions, LLC, has produced these lesson plans for use by educators and others interested in finding more information about the topics covered in the video. These lesson plans are provided as a service and no fees are charged for their use. Goldsmith Productions, LLC, has no commercial relationship with any of the Internet sites, publishers or producers listed in these lesson plans. Goldsmith Productions, LLC, cannot take responsibility for any of the Internet links listed, whether or not the links are maintained, the content provided within the sites, nor for links from the sites. If we have linked to your site and you do not wish to have this link made, please contact: Goldsmith Productions, LLC
SLAVE QUILTS view the video segment Slave Quilts Stitched From the Soul from the Not Your Usual black history Special ALTERNATIVE lesson plans AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET. http://www.ptamerica.com/quilts.htm
Extractions: LESSON PLAN From pioneer homes to southern plantations, quilting goes to the very roots of our nation. In the case of "slave quilts," renowned folklore scholar Dr. Gladys-Marie Fry gives us new insight into the lives and creativity of slave women. "Slave Quilts: Stitched From the Soul" is a colorful story that reflects the cultures that have come together to form the American patchwork. KEYWORDS SLAVERY SLAVE QUILTS PLANTATIONS
Social Studies on interesting dates, events, and people in black history. Includes a history of paper money, how new web sites containing lesson plans, curriculum resource http://www.sitesforteachers.com/resources_sharp/socialstudies.html
Extractions: Lesson Plans Strategies Geography Resources ... Organizations Activities:History as Story. U.S. Department of Education's activities and ideas to enliven the teaching of history. Activities:History as Time. U.S. Department of Education's activities and ideas to make the teaching of past events in history more exciting. The American President.
Lesson Plans How to Make Soap A lesson plan, designed for grade 1012 The activity can be used during black history Month as a Start A City In this lesson, K-6 students http://www.eagle.ca/~matink/themes/Pioneers/lessons.html
Art History Lesson Plans Ginny Dixon Back to top or Back to Lessons Page Title Art history Timeline Grades K 12 x 18 colored construction paper pencils black markers crayons http://www.hsv.k12.al.us/schools/art/dixon/arthistory.htm
Social Studies What Do Maps Show. Contains a poster and four detailed lesson plans for teaching about maps for grades 58. Mapmaker, Mapmaker, Make Me A Map. black history. http://www.csun.edu/~vceed009/socialstudies.html
Extractions: Lesson Plans Strategies Geography Resources ... Organizations Search for Lesson Plans,Set I. Search by entering a keyword topic such as "government" or "history" to find a treasury of lesson plans. Search for Lesson Plans,Set II. Search by grade level a database for a wealth of social studies lesson plans and activities. Search for Lesson Plans on Japan,Set III. Search by entering a keyword topic such as "education" or "food" to find a list of these lesson plans on Japan. K-12 Lesson Plans on Japan. More than one dozen lesson plans suitable for K-6. A Wide Range of Topics. More than one hundred lesson plans for you to explore and use in your own classroom. Cultural History. A new collection of lesson plans. A Large Collection of Topics and Areas. Another one hundred lesson plans for teaching social studies.