It’s Thursday, September 11, 2014, and time for Social Sciences at ClickSchooling!
Age Range: 5-18 (Grades K-12, with parental supervision)
9/11 is the Day of Remembrance. Help students understand the events and impact on history of that fateful day in 2001 with the lesson plans provided at the 9/11 Memorial website. The lesson plans were developed by The National September 11 Memorial & Museum in partnership with the New York City Department of Education and the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education.
*Due to the nature of the events of 9/11 and the graphic images and sensitive content that are in some of the lesson plans and features of this website, it is highly recommended that parents review this site and its offerings prior to sharing with their children.
When arriving at the link above, you may select from the appropriate grade levels for your children. All of the lessons are downloadable and follow the same basic format providing:
* Key Questions/Issues Addressed
* Lesson Goals/Objectives
* Key Terms
* Background for Lesson
* Instructions Activity/Procedures
* Evidence of Understanding
* Extension Activities
* Appendix (if applicable)
The lessons fall into different categories of topics. All levels include lessons about:
Lessons for grades 3-12 also include the following topics:
You will also want to check out the other educational options by selecting the Teach + Learn option in the upper navigation bar. You will find teaching guides, interactive timelines, historical information, primary resources, helpful advice on talking to children about 9/11 and much more.
Select the “Memorial” option in the upper navigation bar to learn about the 9/11 Memorial and even view the memorial via a webcam.
Although this is a tough topic to approach as many of us lived through those dark days, this website provides us with the tools to teach our children the historical significance of that time.