When Did it Happen? An LGBT History Lesson

Source: GLSEN
Subject: History
Topic:  Integrated
Grade Levels: High School: 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade

Overview:

This activity is designed as a fun and interactive way to raise students’ awareness of LGBT people and the contributions they made in the history of the United States. Students will learn about key events in the LGBT civil rights movement. Students will have an opportunity to create signs regarding these events to spread awareness throughout the school.

Lesson Plan Resources:

Lesson Plan

Lesson tags: 10TH GRADE, 11TH GRADE, 12TH GRADE, 1600S, 1700S, 1800S, 1920S, 1950S, 1960S, 1970S, 1980S, 1990S, 2000S, 9TH GRADE, ACTIVISM, AUDRE LORDE, BAYARD RUSTIN, CIVIL RIGHTS, COMMUNITY, DAUGHTERS OF BILITIS, GENDER, GWEN ARAUJO, HIV/AIDS, JAMES BALDWIN, MARRIAGE EQUALITY, MATTACHINE SOCIETY, MATTHEW SHEPARD, POLITICS, RACE, RELIGION, SEXUALITY, STONEWALL RIOTS, TRANSGENDER
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