Teaching Immigration with the Immigrant Stories Project
Teaching Immigration with the Immigrant Stories Project helps students learn about aspects of United States immigration, past and present, through the personal experiences of immigrants and refugees. The lessons highlight digital stories from the Immigrant Stories collection: brief, original videos made by immigrants and refugees.
Energy of a Nation: Immigrants in America, 3rd Ed.
Energy of a Nation: Immigrants in America, 3rd Ed. is a distinctive, comprehensive guide to teaching students about immigration in the United States. Designed for grade 8 through adult audiences, with a module for upper elementary and middle level students, this learning tool provides important fundamental concepts, as well as critical context to elevate students' basic understandings and expand their perspectives.
The Road to Peace
The Road to Peace teaching guide contains ten lesson plans on conflict resolution and restoration of justice in the aftermath of war, emphasizing the processes that countries coming out of conflict undertake to seek resolution, address past human rights abuses, reform their societies, and heal from violence. It challenges students to apply these methodologies to transform conflict in their own lives and stop the cycle of violence.
Voices of Iraqi Refugees
The Voices of Iraqi Refugees teaching guide was created in in partnership with the Iraqi & American Reconciliation Project (IARP) to familiarize students with the post-war condition of Iraqi immigrants. The curriculum includes lesson plans for elementary, middle and high school classrooms.
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