Sociology Teacher Resources

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Examining the African American Role in New Haven History: Pride in the Past? Hope for the Future

For Teachers 5th
Fifth graders examine the role of African-Americans in New Haven, Connecticut. Using two maps, they compare and contrast the differences in the town from the past to today. In groups, they use the internet to research the contributions...
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Doubles: Japan and America's Intercultural Children

For Teachers 9th - Higher Ed
Students experience issues of intercultural children born as a result of the Occupation of Japan by American soldiers. They reflect on how these experiences and issues might be relevant to our own lives. Task cars are available to print...
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Getting the Children Off The Street

For Teachers Higher Ed
Students are introduced to the characteristics of street children. They identify the causes of the children leaving home and the international and regional organizations that are trying to help the situation. Using the internet, they...
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Local Dynamics of Taking to the Street - Causes & Consequences

For Teachers Higher Ed
Students are introduced to the topic of street children. They identify the main reasons children leave home. Using the internet, they research the availablity of healthcare and education of children in an assigned country. They develop...
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The Prevalence of Street Children in the World Today - Introduction

For Teachers 12th - Higher Ed
Learners are introduced to the topic of street children. They identify the main reasons why they are lead to a live of living on the streets. In groups, they discuss the extent of the problem throughout the world today. They create an...
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Children Living on the Street - Debating the Fundamentals

For Teachers 12th
Twelfth graders identify issues related to the rights of children who live on the street. Using the internet, they research topics of interest to them. In groups, they develop arguments supporting their point of view and debate them in...
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The Importance of Scribbling and Doodling

For Teachers 9th
Ninth graders discuss what journaling means to them and discovers that it does not always have to be writing. Using the Internet, they research the different types of journaling and chooses one that meets their own style. They make...
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Human Trafficking & Modern Day Slavery - Local Dynamics

For Teachers Higher Ed
Students are introduced to the topic of human trafficking. They identify the main reasons why people are trafficked. Using the internet, they research the trafficking routes, rehabilitation centers and the magitude of the problem in a...
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Human Trafficking & Modern Day Slavery - Debating the Fundamentals

For Teachers Higher Ed
Students research the trafficking and slavery issues in a country of their choice. In groups, they prepare arguments which support their point of view. They reverse their positions to make the debate more interesting.
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Debating Fundamental Issues of Child Prostitution

For Teachers Higher Ed
Pupils in college identify issues related to the rights of children involved in prostitution. Using the internet, they research a specific issue of interest to them. In groups, they develop arguments which support their point of view....
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Local Dynamics of Child Prostitution - Causes & Consequences

For Teachers Higher Ed
Students are introduced to the topic of child prostitution. They identify the main causes that drive children to this type of life. Using the internet, they research a country and how access these type of children have to healthcare...
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Social Studies: Cameroon

For Teachers 4th - 6th
Students discover the history of Cameroon and compile a list of foreign foods found in their local grocery. After taking notes on a lecture, they brainstorm a list of foods they might find on a trip to the country and compare it to what...
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Oregon City: A Convergence of Endings

For Teachers 4th - 6th
Students describe the activities that occurred in the Willamette Valley before the establishment of the Oregon Trail and agricultural settlement and explain the impact that American settlement had on the landscape and native groups who...
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The Making of a Leader

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students participate in a class discussion and conduct independent research about the life skills Ralph Bunche developed because of the influences of others, his life experiences, and the obstacles he had to overcome as a youth. They...
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Graph the Density of Fruit

For Teachers 5th
Fifth graders review the definition of mass and volume. They calculate and graph the density of various types of fruit while working in groups on a spreadsheet program. They look at how size of the fruit can be similar but the weight is...
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Whose Rock Is This Anyway?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Students will seek to understand the events at Pipestone Quarry and what may have caused them. Pipestone Quarry in Pipestone, Minnesota, bears the mythic red Sioux quartzite called Pipestone or Catlinite.
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Teen Refugees: Comparing Life Experiences

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students explore war refugees and their life experiences. After reading about refugees, students compare and contrast the experiences of teen war refugees with their own experiences. They write simulate writing letters as if they were a...
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Native American

For Teachers 10th - 12th
Students investigate how early European exploration and colonization resulted in cultural and ecological interactions among previously unconnected peoples. They comprehend that Europeans had misconceptions about Native American literacy...
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Suspension Bridges Spanning the Past to the Present

For Teachers 10th - 12th
Students explain the importance of bridges in our country. In this social studies lesson, students research the history of suspension bridges in US. They present research findings in class.
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Mapping It Out - Great Lessons For Geography

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Through geography lesson plans students can learn about history, science, and a variety of other subjects.