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Learning Plans

Learning Plans reflect backward design, combining the Teaching Tolerance Social Justice Standards, Common Core-aligned literacy strategies and student performance tasks with windows-and-mirrors texts from the Perspectives library. The result is a comprehensive literacy-based plan that is both rigorous and relevant.

Browse, search, save and choose your favorites from this collection of Learning Plans created by Teaching Tolerance staff and TT users. You can build your own plan at any point by selecting the blue Build a Learning Plan button on any page or the red Teach This button on any article.

At the heart of all Learning Plans are the Teaching Tolerance Social Justice Standards. Not familiar with the Standards? Learn more here.

24 PUBLIC LEARNING PLANS

The Biology of Reconciliation

How do different parts of our identities combine to make us who we are?
Grade Level
6-8
Subject
Civics
Science & Health
Topic
Race & Ethnicity
Religion
Ability
Class
Gender & Sexual Identity
Social Justice Domains
Identity
Justice

Social Justice for Littles (K-2)

When will I stand up for others?
Grade Level
K-2
Subject
Reading & Language Arts
Social Studies
Civics
History
Economics
Geography
Arts
Math & Technology
Topic
Race & Ethnicity
Religion
Ability
Class
Immigration
Gender & Sexual Identity
Bullying & Bias
Rights & Activism
Social Justice Domains
Identity
Diversity
Justice
Action

me-you-us

How can I be proud of who I am and celebrate others?
Grade Level
3-5
Subject
Reading & Language Arts
History
Arts
Topic
Race & Ethnicity
Class
Immigration
Social Justice Domains
Identity
Diversity

Unit 4- Justice and Diversity PBL

How can we be active citizens and participants in enacting social justice for all?
Grade Level
3-5
Subject
Social Studies
Topic
Race & Ethnicity
Religion
Ability
Class
Rights & Activism
Social Justice Domains
Diversity
Justice

A Gathering Of Old Men: Overcoming Injustice

Does everyone have an equal responsibility to stand up to injustice?
Grade Level
9-12
Subject
Reading & Language Arts
SEL
Topic
Race & Ethnicity
Class
Rights & Activism
Social Justice Domains
Identity
Diversity
Justice
Action

Racial Representation in the Media

The media is clearly powerful in shaping public sentiment and attitude. This, coupled with the fact that stereotypes are also significantly biased toward negatively depicting minorities such as the Arab, Asian/Pacific Islander, Black and Latinx populations, has dire implications, especially for vulnerable children and teenagers who consume media most and who are particularly absorbent to its messages. It is important, therefore, to unveil the pervasiveness of stereotypes, train students to recognize them, and give them tools to feel empowered to make changes. How does this bias take form, what does it look like, and how can we change it?
Grade Level
9-12
Subject
Digital Literacy
Arts
Topic
Race & Ethnicity
Ability
Class
Gender & Sexual Identity
Social Justice Domains
Diversity
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