KS3 History Lesson1 – Lesson Plan The Holocaust’s Forgotten Victims Curriculum Guide: Supporting teachers in tackling homophobia in school” Northern Ireland This Guide was written and compiled by Joanna Cowley, a former teacher and Cara-Friend’s Education Training Officer.
Lesson Title: Marriage Equality: Different Strategies for Attaining Equal Rights Age: KS4/5 Subject: History, Citizenship Overview: This lesson focuses on the different means that the Constitution provides for people to bring about change. While each of the methods the lesson presents worked in the Civil Rights movement, all three are currently being challenged in the […]
Told through the eyes of Kelli Peterson, a 17-year-old high school student in Salt Lake City, Utah, Out of the Past explores Kelli’s history-making experience of forming a gay-straight alliance (GSA) in her public school. 65 minutes. Originally aired on PBS. Download teachers’ pack here
Lesson Title: When Did It Happen? An LGBT History Month Lesson Age: KS2/3 Subject: History, Citizenship Overview: This activity provides a fun and interactive way to increase students’ understanding of LGBT history and raise awareness of LGBT people and their contributions in U.S. history. URL: http://www.glsen.org/cgi-bin/iowa/all/library/record/2461.html?state=tools&type=educator (scroll down page) Country of Origin: US
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