Category: 9-12 High School

World War I from an Arkansas Soldier’s Perspective

Objectives
1. Students will understand the technological advances in warfare used during World War I
2. Students will evaluate primary sources for reliability and accuracy

Lesson Plan

Courtesy of UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture; Sarah Bost, Student Success Archivist

Grade Level:9-12 High School
Time period:Early 20th Century 1901-1940

Arkansas Academic Standards are subject to revision every six years by the Arkansas Department of Education.


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Record Keeping vs. Recording History: Integrate the Record Books

Lesson Goal(s):

  • Engage students in jigsaw presentations to read African-American athletes in Arkansas : Muhammad Ali’s tour, black Razorbacks, & other forgotten stories by Evin Demirel (ISBN: 978-0-9990083-1-7)
  • Challenge students to present their chapter in a fun and creative way to share with classmates

Lesson Plan

Courtesy of Dustin Seaton,


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Challenging the 1st Amendment

Lesson Goal(s):

  • Engage students in lively analysis and discussion of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution as it applies to freedom of speech and religion
  • Challenge students to understand another person’s point of view

Lesson Plan

Courtesy of Evin Demirel

Grade Level:5-8 Middle School;


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Challenging the 1st Amendment (2)

Lesson Goal(s):

  • Engage students in lively analysis and discussion of current civil rights issues and ongoing First Amendment freedom of speech rights of student athletes
  • Challenge students to understand another person’s point of view

Taken from: African-American athletes in Arkansas : Muhammad Ali’s tour, black Razorbacks, & other forgotten stories by Evin Demirel (ISBN: 978-0-9990083-1-7)

Lesson Plan

Courtesy of Evin Demirel

Grade Level:5-8 Middle School;


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