Learning Plans

Learning Plans are built by teachers and reflect backward design. The Learning Plan Builder allows you to combine the Teaching Tolerance Social Justice Standards, Common Core-aligned literacy strategies and student performance tasks with windows-and-mirrors texts from the Student Text 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.

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Social Justice Domain
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6,096 Public Learning Plans

Lesson Plan 1

How do I know when people are being treated unfairly?
How does unfairness make me feel?
How have people been treated unfairly in the past?
How have people stopped unfairness in the past?
If a person is in charge, does that mean they can do anything?
What clues help me know when and how people are being treated unfairly?

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Social Studies
History
Social Justice Domains

Exploring Poetry through Jason Reynolds' Long Way Down

-Why do we feel empathy for others when they are mistreated?

-How are people similar to and different from each other?

-Should individuals stand up for what’s right even when it puts them at risk?

-How do our intersecting identities shape our perspectives and the way we experience the world?

-What part do culture and history play in the formation...

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Digital Literacy
Reading & Language Arts
Social Justice Domains

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