In this collection, you will find sources that will help center the experiences of diverse women in the curriculum.
You can incorporate these sources into the opening of a lesson, use them to stimulate discussions, or as a writing prompt. You can add the images to your lesson slide show to evoke a feeling or emotion to prompt students' thinking about diverse perspectives and experiences different from their own. Adding the sources to homework questions can also stimulate connections and critical thinking.
Get inspired by the sample lesson and unit plan below. Use some of the content or methods to add to your toolbox of teaching techniques.
During the Women's Fashion unit, students will create a fashion portfolio. It is an engaging way for students to share their talent and creative thinking.
Download the complete unit linked above, to implement a creative, arts-based unit.
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Playing children's games is a pastime across cultures. Children play games with friends using items that are accessible for fun, connection and exercise. This pastime is the foundation of youth activism. It is where children learn leadership, collaboration and connection. This collection of sources helps children explore games kids play across time and cultures. Through games children make connections, reinforce their identify and group memberships, and begin to understand our similarities and what makes us unique. Games also help children build creativity as they engage in experiences reflective of local life. The sources provided can be used for a single lesson or throughout the mini unit described below.
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