•Recommended book companion list to extend the learning
•Editable parent letter to send home after the lesson explaining the purpose and content of the lesson
•Follow-up discussion questions printable
•Student pre/post survey
⭐Open the previews for the specific objectives of each identity, diversity, injustice, and action lesson.
⚡You may wish to expand each lesson into two lessons, depending on how much time you have, especially if you incorporate a book
They are aligned to Teaching Tolerance’s Social Justice Anchor Standards (Identity), the American School Counseling Association’s Mindsets & Behaviors, and the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning’s (CASEL) Core Competencies.
These presentations are MAC and PC compatible with a Google Slides™ link included in the lesson plan. The presentation is NOT editable, although slides can be hidden or deleted.
What others are saying...
“Great resource. Used this with my students and we were able to introduce these topics to students in a kid appropriate way! :)”
“So helpful to inspire and direct the ‘tough conversations’ that are so critical in any classroom today! I really appreciate you creating this jumping off point!”
“I began using this resource in a virtual student group with 4th graders. Although we have just started, I can already tell how well the students respond to the content. They were all engaged and had great conversations about their identities, not to mention they learned new things about classmates they’ve known for years. I’m so excited to continue diving into these lessons virtually and I look forward to facilitating these in the future in-person! So easy to follow, with tons of ideas for movement and exploring topics further with worksheets. Very affordable too!”