World History Lesson Plans

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  1. Anne Frank in the World- A teacher workbook for a complete unit.
  2. A Time of Crisis: The Black Death - Students will pretend they are living during the time of crisis.
  3. 7 Continents, 5 Oceans - A look at all the continents and oceans across the globe.
  4. Hiroshima - Background Information - The Bombing of Hiroshima to provide background knowlege before reading Sadako.
  5. Holocaust - Students will understand the outcome of prejudices, anti-Semitism, and hate.
  6. Introduction to Aboriginal and Indigenous Studies - Students to identify basic and clear differences in modern society and Aboriginal living.
  7. Linking Musical Style To Parts Of The World - At the end of the lesson, each student will have a clear idea that their are many genres of music to appreciate and enjoy.
  8. Story Maps : Clusters - To teach 9th and 10th grade students to use story maps, specifically Clusters Maps, as a strategy to conduct in-depth analyses of universal themes.
  9. Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust- Photographs, movies, sounds, and art of the holocaust.
  10. The Berlin Wall - This lesson is designed to be facilitated in an eleventh grade World History class.
  11. The 'Degenerate' Art Exhibition of 1937 - This lesson invites students to inquire into the meaning of "degenerate"/modern world art.