TeachHUB.com Shares Teacher-Recommended 9/11 Lesson Ideas & Resources

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With the 11-year anniversary of 9/11 approaching, TeachHUB is sharing teacher-recommended resources to help educators commemorate this day with their students.

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TeachHUB.com aims to provide educators with the most timely and complete teaching tools and resources. Teachers looking for ways to remember 9/11 in their classrooms can turn to TeachHUB’s 9/11 lesson ideas.

TeachHUB shares 9/11 Teaching Resources, an article that offers thought-provoking activities, writing prompts, and teacher-recommended resources and lesson plans to help teachers observe this day in American history. Included are links to many lesson ideas as well as a 9/11 student book list.

TeachHUB also shares the video writing prompt entitled 9/11 Memorial Video Writing Prompts. Using a video memorial on the 9/11 World Trade Center tragedy, students engage in ready-to-assign writing activities for grades K-12.

Additionally, teachers looking for guidance on how to teach controversial topics can check out TeachHUB’s article entitled No Offense: Teaching Controversial Topics. It is a must read teaching guide to tackle controversial topics in the classroom.

There are many educational resources available on TeachHUB.com. TeachHUB provides teachers with free printable pop culture lessons, daily video writing prompts, classroom tools, educational news, and professional development. Those interested in receiving weekly updates on the new resources available on TeachHUB can sign up for the free TeachHUB Happenings newsletter.

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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.

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