Diversity Council: Lesson Plans & Activities Lesson Plans Activities . The Diversity Council has collected resources for teachers to help students celebrate their multicultural heritage, explore their http://www.diversitycouncil.org/activities.shtml
Extractions: The Diversity Council has collected resources for teachers to help students celebrate their multicultural heritage, explore their biases, increase awareness, build empathy, and learn respect. This guide includes links to ideas, activities, lesson plans and other resources. Elementary School Middle School High School home ... firstname.lastname@example.org D iversity...It's all about respect.
Lesson Plans Classroom Community and Diversity Lesson Plans Website Resources Articles Interviews and Teacher Input Recommended Children's Books Multiculturalismin-the-Classroom http://performancepyramid.muohio.edu/pyramid/early-childhood-education/Classroom
Extractions: If you come across other diversity related lessons or activities online, email us the link. We'd love to add them to our list. Middle school activities High school activities Diversity Activities for Elementary School Preschool/Early Elementary Multicultural Lesson Plans Website with 20 different multicultural activities for preschoolers and early elementary. Projects include passports, singing, fingerplays, making musical instruments, games etc. (from Gayle's Preschool Rainbow) Designing a Social Action Project Guidelines for getting young students involved in making change in their world. (from TeachPeaceNow.org) Fighting Prejudice and Discrimination Against People with Learning Disabilities In these lessons, students will work toward understanding what it means to have a learning disability. The goal is make them aware of prejudice and discrimination aimed at those with learning disabilities. (from Teaching Tolerance) The Sneetches In this activity, students learn about unfair practices in a simulation exercise and then create plans to stand up against discrimination. (from Teaching Tolerance) Black History Month Activities and lesson plans for celebrating Black History Month.
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Extractions: Today's classroom student body represents more diversity than ever. Stay on top of your students' needs by offering the most culturally informed curriculum. Browse through this month's Teacher Feature lesson plans, activities, and professional resources to help you meet the challenges of the diverse classroom.
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CULTURAL DIVERSITY European Crosspoint Anti Racism links to organizations all over the world in the field of Human Rights, anti-racism, refugees, antisemitism, women, labour, antifascism etc. http://www.indiana.edu/~socialst/diversity.html
Extractions: European Crosspoint Anti Racism - links to organizations all over the world in the field of Human Rights, anti-racism, refugees, antisemitism, women, labour, antifascism etc. Also links to Jewish organizations, migrant organizations and others, all listed by continent and country. We Hold These Truths To Be Self Evident This site examines multiculturalism and democratic principles within the context of schools. Developed by San Diego State University's College of Education. Diversity- This link is part of History/Social Studies Web Site for K-12 Teachers . It is listed under "Other Social Studies Pages," but is also highlighted here as well. You will be surprised about how difficult it is to find good links on "diversity" on the Web. This is a great place to start. Internet Resources for African American Music , from the Archives of African American Music and Culture at Indiana University. Again, inactive at the present time, but keep it mind. For now, try the African American Sources on Internet page for some incredible links. Britannica Guide to Black History - Begin your examination of black history today! The site has 400 years of African-American history spanning across five distinct periods of time. The site offers music, speeches, and video presentations in addition to primary sources and secondary information. A definitive reference site. Lesson plans that involve examining a topic of history over time could easily draw upon this site. Provides some good interactive options.
Extractions: Creating Stories Using Pictographs Lesson Plan To incorporate Native American history, culture, and philosophy into an educational program that is significant for children today. Also, students will learn about diverse cultural activities that will educate themselves and gain better understanding of Native American people.
Paper Clips: Educational Version When the students of Tennessee 's Whitwell Middle School began studying the Holocaust as a way to learn about intolerance and diversity, nobody could have predicted the results http://www.nprinc.com/char_ed/dpcl.htm
Extractions: Educational Version By: Format: DVD Length: 84 minutes Order #: DPCL-WEB Price: Released: When the students of Tennessee 's Whitwell Middle School began studying the Holocaust as a way to learn about intolerance and diversity, nobody could have predicted the results. In 2001, the Paper Clip Project culminated in a unique memorial that changed the lives of those who created it, as well as touching Holocaust survivors and countless communities. Because Norwegians invented the paper clip and used it as a symbol of solidarity against the Nazis, students started collecting them to help visualize such vast numbers of victims. As word spread online and in the media, paper clips poured in from around the world, 11 million of which are enshrined in an authentic German railcar standing in the schoolyard. "Patiently told and lovingly made" ( Variety ), this inspiring, award-winning documentary shows how even small-town students and educators can teach the world powerful lessons.
Extractions: African American Storyteller Michael McCarty tells his true story Racism in Chicago ... the Black Panthers ...Activism and the institution ... Expulsion from High School .... Drugs .... Searching ... Journeys around the world ... Stories and people that shape us ....Ways and paths to self-discovery ... With humor and hope the storyteller "connects the dots" in his life. The Spirit Survives: The American Indian Boarding School Experience: Then and Now Kiowa Apache and Lakota Indian storyteller Dovie Thomason weaves a fascinating story of struggle, survival and inspiration as she tells her own daughter of a history that must not be forgotten and that presents lessons for all of us today. Texts, audio-download segments and classroom activities and resources are all a part of this powerful Lesson Plan.
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Extractions: Adult Education ESL Teacher's Guide. Although designed for adults, the lessons and activities provided at this site can be adapted for secondary school students. Features include: Beginning ESL Lessons and Accompanying Teacher Training Modules; Intermediate ESL Lessons and Accompanying Teacher Training Modules; and Teaching Non-Literate Adults. All materials and worksheets are provided. Grammar, vocabulary, and discussion questions for ESL students to be used in conjunction with the CNN Newsroom television program produced by Turner Educational Services Inc. The site includes information concerning how your school can subscribe to the programs and what support is offered from CNN once your school has subscribed. Conversation Questions for the ESL/EFL Classroom. A wide range of topics, each with a set of questions, that teachers will find useful as springboards for oral production practice or as prompts for journal writing assignments. Opportunity is also provided for teachers to add topics and questions. Dave's ESL Idea Page.
9879 Diversity Lesson Plans Reviewed By Teachers Search diversity lesson plans to find teacher approved lesson plans. From cultural diversity to biological diversity, quickly find lesson plans that inspire student learning. http://www.lessonplanet.com/search?keywords=diversity&media=lesson
Racism. No Way.: Classroom This website aims to tackle racism in schools in Australia, through providing teachers, school students, parents and governors with games, research and lesson ideas that explore http://www.racismnoway.com.au/classroom/
Extractions: Each State and Territory has programs to counter racism in schools The materials contained in this section have been developed by teachers for teachers to use in the classroom. Various teaching and learning activities targeting students in the upper primary and secondary years are provided. Interviews with well-known Australians concerning their thoughts and experiences of racism are also provided. This section is updated regularly. Practical advice for students, teachers and parents who use the internet is available at NetAlert , an Australian Government initiative. Fact sheets
Extractions: var do_survey = 1; click here Free Trial Member Benefits Sign In Nov 14, 2010 Search: United States Theme Library October is Diversity Awareness Month. Teach students to respect differences among people in their community and around the world by using the resources below for elementary, intermediate, or high school students. You'll find printables that promote tolerance and understanding, and lessons about immigrant families. Art, reading, and writing activities will help familiarize students with the history and traditions of different religions and ethnic groups. Printables, Grades K-5 Thanks Around the World The Golden Rule Same Name Word Puzzle Paper Doll Cut-Outs ... Seasons Greetings Around the World More Popular Diversity Printables Printables, Grades 6-12 The Color of Water Seeing the Same Event Through Different Eyes Seedfolks Teacher's Guide ... Reading Group Guide More Diversity Printables Lesson Plans Self-Portrait An Immigrant's Story Multicultural Statue of Liberty Immigrants' Experiences ... How Do You Say Hello?