(PRWEB) February 03, 2012
TeachHUB.com strives to provide educators with timely and teacher recommended lesson plans and discussion topics that foster learning and class dialogue. Teachers looking for innovative ways to celebrate Black History Month can turn to TeachHUB’s Black History Month lesson ideas and teaching resources.
With TeachHUB’s Black History Lesson Ideas Beyond MLK & Civil Rights, students are given the opportunity to explore heritage and culture during Black History Month as well as learn and honor the ethnic heritage of all students.
One of the lesson ideas involves famous firsts in sports and is inspired by the groundbreaking athlete, Jackie Robinson. Older students are directed to research additional minority athletes who paved the way in professional sports. There are also alternative activities and suggestions for younger students.
Another suggested activity involves creating a classroom fair that celebrates every student’s culture. Students are directed to research their families’ home countries and display photos of the country, music, ethnic food and more.
Educators can view all of TeachHUB’s Black History Lesson Ideas Beyond MLK & Civil Rights directly (http://www.teachhub.com/black-history-lesson-ideas-beyond-mlk-civil-rights).
TeachHUB’s “Martin Luther King's ‘I Have a Dream’ Speech Video Writing Prompts” is also a great resource to turn to for activities during Black History Month. After watching the ‘I Have a Dream Speech,’ students are directed to think about the power of language and their own dreams for an ideal society.
Educators can visit TeachHUB’s “Martin Luther King's ‘I Have a Dream’ Speech Video Writing Prompts” directly (http://www.teachhub.com/martin-luther-kings-i-have-dream-speech-video-writing-prompts).
In TeachHUB’s African American Voices in Education, the strong voices and powerful quotes on education from the African American community are celebrated. This resource can be integrated into lesson plans and class discussion during Black History Month.
Educators can visit TeachHUB’s African American Voices in Education directly (http://www.teachhub.com/african-american-voices-education).
Established by teachers, for teachers, TeachHUB.com offers educators recommended classroom tools, professional development, daily lesson plans, and education news. The website is dedicated to improving the quality of education and invests in the opinions of teachers when providing resources and support for both inside and outside of the classroom. Learn more at http://www.teachhub.com