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Last call for inauguration lessons!

By Katy Murphy
Thursday, January 8th, 2009 at 11:55 am in curriculum, elementary schools, high schools, middle schools, politics, students, teachers.

A couple of you informed me, ever so gently, that my previous call for examples of pre-inauguration lessons was slightly premature, because much of the planning happens over the teachers’ two-week “break.”

But if you send me a note, along with your contact info, by the end of the week or Monday, your class — or school — project might still be featured in the story.

Feel free to post your plans on the blog, as well.

image by ajagendorf25 on flickr.com/creativecommons

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  • Katy Murphy

    The AFT just sent out a link with lesson plans and tools for teachers who want to cover the inauguration in class. I’d imagine much of this planning has already happened, but for all you procrastinators…

    http://www.aft.org/tools4teachers/americaelects/lessons.htm

  • http://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.com InnovativeEdu

    I have compiled some ideas in my blog which is geared toward 21st Century students and teachers with access to technology in their schools. I have also compiled tips for watching the Inauguration with students. I invite educators and parents interested in incorporating innovative ideas into their viewing of this historic event to visit my blog.

    Lisa Nielsen
    The Innovative Educator
    Read my blog about educating innovatively at
    http://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.com