Holocaust: Grades 4-12. Teresa Morreta has prepared this site which
includes lesson plans, timelines, internet research, vocabulary and book
Lesson Plan Center. Teachers can search over 17,000 lesson plans, teaching
ideas, and worksheets for K-12 including Social Studies, Economics, and
Guide. The guide contains teaching activities for students in grades 1-9
that helps them gain a better understanding of the causes of conflicts, both
on a personal level and a global scale-and how to resolve them peacefully. A
Spanish version of the Teacher's Guide is also available.
Oral History. Using excerpts from the American Memory Collection (American
Life Histories, 1936-1940 collection), students study social history topics
through interviews that recount the lives of ordinary Americans. Based on
these excerpts and further research in the collections, students develop their
own research questions. They then plan and conduct oral history interviews
with members of their communities. The site contains teacher and student
Primary Resources. Suggestions for student activities which can help
teachers enhance their social studies curriculum using authentic artifacts,
documents, photographs, and manuscripts from the Library of Congress
Historical Collections and other sources.
Studies. The purpose of the Utah Centennial Studies project was to provide
teachers with creative, innovative lessons on a wide variety of Utah history
topics and issues. This site contains 20 lesson plans written or adapted by
Sheri Sohm and Mari Domanski and suitable for social studies teachers at
various grade levels.
Lesson Plans and Activities. Sponsored by McGraw-Hill School Division, the
site features social studies lesson plans for online pupil activites for U.S.
history, world history, and geography suitable for pupils in grades 1-6.
Worksheets are included.
in World History Curriculum.Intended primarily for teachers, teenagers,
and their parents, the site includes a Lesson of the
Month and a Heroine of the