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Middle School Resources and/or Lesson Plans

 
 
 
 
 

Oregon Jewish History Museum and Center for Holocaust Education: Curiosity and Questions: Navigating Critical Conversations
 
Digital Civics Toolkit: Offers a collection of resources for educators to support youth to explore, recognize and take seriously the civic potentials of digital life.
 
 
 

High School Resources and/or Lesson Plans

 
 

Oregon Jewish History Museum and Center for Holocaust Education:
Curiosity and Questions: Navigating Critical Conversations
 

Next Up: Leadership development and civic opportunity for young adults with local Oregon organization
 
Digital Civics Tool Kit: Resources that support youth to explore, recognize, and the civic potentials of digital life.
 
Library of Congress: Teach students the Electoral College through Math and U.S. History Lenses

The New York Times: Writing Prompts, Challenges, Lesson Plans, and Other Resources  
 
OPB-PBS: The Election Collection:  Learn how students can create and publish audio or video commentaries for a national audience.

KQED’s Youth Media Challenge:  Let’s Talk About Election 2020: Students have a lot to say to the president-elect. Students care deeply about the issues that will impact their lives – both leading up to the election and through the inauguration. Get inspired by their powerful commentaries, covering everything from the COVID-19 pandemic to climate change and immigration.

Civic Engagement and Advocacy: Teaching Tolerance Election 2020
 
Critical Thinking - News sources: Teaching Tolerance Digital Literacy