A collection of lesson plans and useful links are here. A photo shows Taylor Branch, Andrew Aydin, and U.S. Representative John Lewis at the NCSS Annual Conference in St. Louis, Missouri, November 2013. Branch is author of "The King Years: Historic Moments in the Civil Rights Movement." Aydin is the co-author of Lewis's illustrated autobiography, "March (Books I-III)." High school lessons include
San Francisco is the location of the 97th NCSS Annual Conference, November 17-19, 2017. The conference will include sessions and tours focused on the rich and varied history of the Asian American experience along the West Coast. Moreover, the city is "resource central" on this subject, as home of the Asian Art Museum, the Chinese Historical Society of America, and the Center for Asian Pacific Studies (USF). Plan to join us in San Francisco this fall.
High School Lesson (article PDF) from Social Education
Free article: “Confucianism on the Comeback”
Middle Level Lesson (whole-issue PDF) from Middle Level Learning
Free article: “Leaders of Recent Nonviolent Revolutions (Corazon Aquino, etc.)”
Elementary Lesson (article PDF) from Social Studies and the Young Learner
Free article: "Learning Beyond the School Walls: Fieldwork in Singapore, Grades 1-6"
High School Lesson
A free article, PDF, from Social Education
"Borderlands of the Southwest: An Exercise in Geographical History,"