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PATRIOT DAY - SEPTEMBER 11 - "SIRIUS, THE HERO DOG OF 9/11" - NON-FICTION
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • 3-5, MS
New York DOE
This 32 page children's book, with 25 child-friendly photos, is an ideal introduction to the facts and themes surrounding the September 11, 2001...
Writing Film Review - World Trade Centre
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Worksheets, handouts and activities for analysis and creation of a writing task on film reviews. Based on the World Trade Center.
Introduction to Events: 9/11
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Students already have some concept of events from 9/11. Understanding what students already know is essential to moving forward and determining the...
How did 9/11 affect Sikhs
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This 9/11 lesson is designed to tackle issues of prejudice and ignorance leading to racism. Also help challenge views of students and think about...
A 9/11 SONG - "HALFWAY TO HEAVEN"
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • Pre-K, K-2, 3-5, MS, HS
Written by Hank Fellows, "America's Songwriter," shortly after 9/11/01, this song has been performed at 9-11 ceremonies all across America, as well...
"HALFWAY TO HEAVEN" - A 9/11 POEM
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • 3-5, MS, HS
Hank Fellows, a New York City songwriter, wrote this song shortly after 9/11/01. It has been performed at hundreds of 9-11 ceremonies across America...
SIRIUS, THE HERO DOG OF 9/11 (THE SONG)
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New York DOE
This child-friendly song, composed by Hank Fellows, "America's Songwriter," tells the true story of "Sirius," the police patrol dog who died in the...
Lesson 2: What is Terrorism? Class definition of terrorism and situational analysis
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Often students don’t truly understand what terrorism means or how to look at historic conflicts and put them in context. This lesson challenges their...
Lesson 5: 9/11 Agree/Disagree Debate Activity
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
The purpose of this lesson is for students to identify and think deeply about common themes and conflicts arising from 9/11 and aftermath. After...
Teaching 9/11: A comprehensive unit for high school students
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
Eyewitness accounts, or first-person narratives, are essential to understanding truth in history. As a primary source, this type of perspective is...