STANDARDS Resources on the College and Career Readiness Standards for Adult Education (CCRSAE) for Math: CCRSAE for Math Exploration. This narrated exploration provides an overview to the CCRSAE for Math. It includes quick glimpses of the Mathematical Practices and the key instructional shifts.…
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Are you wondering about resources for teaching ELA remotely, or incorporating online elements into your face-to-face classes? Highlights of the ELA distance learning resources: Alphabetics Slides for Teaching Conducting a Writing Workshop online Create Videos and Google Forms for Vocabulary…
This page is intended to help ELA teachers make connections to content-area subjects. Embed ELA skills within contexts! ABE ELA instructors sometimes teach social studies or science within ELA, and sometimes teach separate, dedicated classes for ELA, science, social studies, civics, study skills,…
Developed by Facing History and Ourselves, these lessons are designed for middle school and high school students. They include guidance for getting started, such as a webinar on how to make meaningful connections between current events and your curriculum. Lessons include a slide deck, student-…
The New York Times has compiled this collection of writing prompts, lesson plans and activities to teach and learn about race-related issues.
In this collection of videos, Dr. Clint Smith teaches about the experience of Black people in America, from the arrival of the first enslaved Black people who arrived at Jamestown, the Harlem Renaissance, the experience of Black Americans during WWII, all the way to the Black Lives Matter movement…
Design your own virtual field trip or integrate art and artifacts into your text sets as primary sources. The museum's collection is available to explore online, searchable by topic, date, name, object type, and place.
Celebrate Black History Month with these lessons, for grades K-10. Compiled by Achieve The Core.
These free texts from CommonLit include primary source documents, poems, informational texts, and more. All include the grade and Lexile level of the text, along with a read-aloud function, translation capabilities, an annotation tool, and implementation resources such as discussion questions and…
Described as "fast, accurate U.S. history," these free videos introduce well-known (and less well-known) topics in Black history. Topics range from Barack Obama's 2008 election, to school integration, to the first Black patent holders in the U.S.