Lesson Plans on Bullying, Bias, and Diversity

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This collection of lesson plans for grades K-12 is designed to help students develop skills to navigate our diverse world by fostering respect, empathy, and ally behavior. Lesson plans include:

  • No Name-Calling Week
  • Ready, Set, Respect! Elementary Toolkit
  • Unheard Voices: Stories and Lessons for Grade 6-12
  • Celebrate NEA's Read Across America: Lessons for Grade K-5
  • ThinkB4YouSpeak Guide for Educators of Grades 6-12

These lesson plans are designed to improve school climate, build leadership, and encourage ally behavior among students. Lesson plans challenge students to explore their use of language and work to broaden their understanding of family structures and gender role diversity in their community. They also create create opportunities to expand classroom curricula to incorporate LGBT history and LGBT-relevant, developmentally appropriate literature into the learning experience.

Educators can explore lesson plans for elementary, middle, and high school to determine what works best for their classroom.

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