Lesson plans for teaching about African American history and the African American experience.
The African American Experience - A Research Quilt
Introduces research process as students investigate contributions of African American leaders of the 1900s. Each student constructs a quilt square, highlighting the achievements of an individual.
The Antislavery Literature Project
Antislavery literature represents the origins of multicultural literature in the United States.
Black History Month lesson plans
Learning Network provides a cross-curricular thematic unit of lesson plans and online supplemental resources for teaching black history to K-12 students.
Chicago's Black Metropolis--About This Lesson
Classroom-ready lesson plan to examine the history of this 'city-within-a-city', a self-supporting African American community that prospered from the late 19th century until the 1930s.
A History of African Americans of Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore
An online collection of essays, which includes six corresponding lesson plans.
Lesson Exchange: Famous Black Americans (Elementary, History)
From White Oak Elementary School, Edenton, North Carolina. Objective: At the end of this lesson, the student will be able to recognize famous Black Americans and their roles in America's society.
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