Bite Sized Lesson Plans:

Teaching History from Diverse Perspectives

Aligned with Georgia’s K-12 Social Studies Standards of Excellence, these bite-sized lessons are designed for every grade level to help educators incorporate diverse perspectives into their teaching of American history.

K-8th Grade Lesson Plans

Kindergarten:
Labor Day and Larry Itliong Read More

Kindergarten:
Labor Day and Larry Itliong

1st Grade:
Ruby Bridges
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1st Grade:
Ruby Bridges

2nd Grade:
Savannah River, Augusta Canal
and Chinese Immigrants Read More

2nd Grade:
Savannah River, Augusta Canal
and Chinese Immigrants

3rd Grade:
Patsy Mink Read More

3rd Grade:
Patsy Mink

4th Grade:
Women's Suffrage Movement Read More

4th Grade:
Women's Suffrage Movement

5th Grade:
Early 20th Century
Immigration Read More

5th Grade:
Early 20th Century
Immigration

6th Grade:
Asian Migration to Latin America Read More

6th Grade:
Asian Migration to Latin America

7th Grade:
Vietnam War & Southeast Asian
Refugee Experiences Read More

7th Grade:
Vietnam War & Southeast Asian
Refugee Experiences

8th Grade:
Chinese Immigrants during
Reconstruction in GA Read More

8th Grade:
Chinese Immigrants during
Reconstruction in GA

9th-12th Grade Lesson Plans

Civil Rights, Epidemics, and
Asian Americans Read More

Civil Rights, Epidemics, and
Asian Americans

Asian Americans Against
Separate and Unequal Education Read More

Asian Americans Against
Separate and Unequal Education

Indigenous and Women of Color
Suffrage Activism Read More

Indigenous and Women of Color
Suffrage Activism

Histories of "Westward Expansion" Read More

Histories of "Westward Expansion"
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