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Hispanic History Month

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Celebrating Cesar Chavez Lesson Plan

2. Discuss the significance of the United Farm Workers slogan "Si se puede", which means, "Yes it can be done." Have students create "Si se puede" posters, representing what freedom means to them. Ask students to present their freedom posters to the class and discuss the everyday freedoms for which they are grateful.

It’s Hispanic Heritage Month! Did you know that Ellen Ochoa was the first Hispanic female astronaut?  See her and other incredible women on the National Women’s History Museum’s Hispanic Heritage Month Pinterest board:


Of course his statement is dead on. When is Hispanic history month or even Islamic? I would say white history but wouldn’t want to infuse my white privilege on anyone of lesser value. What do you think? (The Conservative Tribune)... #academyawardwinning #africanamerican #blackhistorymonth

Hispanic History in the Americas, Meet Famous Latinos, Latinos in History-- Scholastic Resources. Includes teacher's guide and is interactive whiteboard ready.

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Biography Project

All you need for this project (besides these sheets) is a few biographies on your kids' reading levels. If you don't have any biographies, I have provided links to online biographies. Great for Hispanic Heritage Month, Black History Month, Women's History Month or any variety of other times when you are researching important people from a time period or culture. Students get in depth into their biography by completing timelines, narratives and creative projects. Grading rubrics included…

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National Hispanic Heritage Month Sub Plan

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Black History Month The Quest for Black Citizenship in the Americas Poster (GSA)

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Test Yourself! Take Our First 2015 Hispanic Heritage Month Quiz

What better way to test your knowledge of Latino history, pop culture, events and people than with the first of our Hispanic Heritage Month quiz?