From the National Center for History in the Schools website: "a powerful, innovative model curriculum for teaching world history in middle and high schools."
Children's Literature for Global Connections
NCSS Social Studies Trade Books for Young People: literature for grades K-8 that "emphasize human relations, represent a diversity of groups and are senstivie to a broad range of cultural experiences" and are "easily readable and of high literary quality" (NCSS web site)
ReadWriteThink: Lesson plans from the International Reading Association that include "before reading," "during reading," and "after reading" stages; and ideas for assessment, links to standards, extension ideas, and a section that relates reading instruction theory to practice.
Children's & Young Adult Literature Resources: click on "diverse reads," and select a culture to see the books listed. The site's mission is to "to serve young readers, teachers, librarians, child caregivers, undergraduate and graduate students, university professors, writers, and literature enthusiasts of all stripes"
Financial education partners providing a collection of collaborative financial literacy projects and teacher/student/parent resources. Financial workshop kits for adult audience. Some access in Spanish.
Step 1: Now that you've generated a list of questions you'd like to explore, it's time to begin finding relevant information. Read the following explanation of the CRAAP criteria for evaluating information resources. Follow this link to a website that outlines CRAAP.
Step 2: Using the worksheet provided, apply the CRAAP criteria to each of the following websites in order to evaluate them for academic use: