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Aug 14, 2011, 1:43pm
Lesson Plans America
You will find lesson plans regarding The Terrorism and The Response and News Snapshots for grades 3-5. Related articles and Helpful Web Sites are also included.
Source: NY Times / Learning Network
America Responds Classroom Resources
Endless suggestions for lesson plans in classrooms Pre-K through grade 12.
Policy Makers / American Government
Lesson plans for American Military History in conjunction with current events; Grades 9-12.
Source: U.S. News & World Report, Inc.
Current Events Lesson Plans
Plans centered around grades 3-12 and American current events.
Source: ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology,Syracuse University
Attack on America: Explaining the Inexplicable to Your Students
Find articles, resources, lesson plans and more.
Source: Education World
Terrorism & Tolerance / Teachfirst
Help kids from K-12 to understand terrorist organizations and causes, international responses, history, culture and the importance of tolerance.
Source: Network for Instructional TV, Inc.
The Learning Center
Excellent lesson plans about the White House can be found here broken down in sections for K-3rd, 4-8th, and 9 12th grades. Choose the teachers version or go directly into the sections formulated for kids.
Source: The White House Historical Association
The PBS Democracy Project
Lesson Plans about the Presidents and the workings of the government of the United States.
Children Covering America
AmericaTakingAction.org announced a national campaign, "Children Covering America. This program is geared toward helping children heal by allowing them to creatively express their feelings over recent world events by designing quilts. The resulting quilts will be donated to numerous recipients.
Children Covering America is hoping to have 10,000 quilts to send to companies and families that lost co-workers and family members in the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks. Its a wonderful school project and a great way for kids to get involved.
Source: children covering America
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