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This age-appropriate lesson plan explores the professional contributions of bisexual Dr. Alfred Kinsey, the renowned “sexologist” whose extensive studies of human sexual behavior in the 1940s and 50s transformed American’s perceptions of their neighbors during the early days of the Cold War and the McCarthy Era. Like all Legacy Project lesson plans, this document highlights four different learning tracks according to James Banks's multicultural education model and Bloom's Taxonomy. Tracks 1 - 4 are roughly structured to align with the cognitive retention and synthesis capabilities of students from early-to-mid Elementary School (Track 1); late Elementary-to-early Middle School (Track 2); late Middle School-to-early High School (Track 3); and early-to-late High School.

Suggested Study Subject Integration: Health, U.S. History, Social Studies, Anthropology, LGBTQ History

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Alfred Kinsey Lesson Plan.pdf

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February 13, 2020
407.95 KB
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Almanac: Sex researcher Alfred Kinsey
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