Learning modules for junior and senior high school students utilize a variety of data sources and develop multiple skills, including critical reading and thinking skills, Internet research skills, and the ability to work with others in a group. The modules below include multiple lessons that can be downloaded and used in the classroom or assigned for homework.

Prominent Religious Events and People in American History

In this learning activity, you will learn the history of some of the most prominent religious events and people in the United States.


Religious Minorities (Non-Christians) in American History

In this learning activity, you will learn the important events, movements and people who increased the diversity of the American religious landscape.


Social Movements and Religion in American History

In this learning activity, you will learn the history of important religious movements and social movements inspired by religion in the United States.


Female Religious Leadership in American History

In this learning activity, students will learn the important events and people in female religious leadership throughout American history.


Race/Ethnicity and Religion in American History

This learning activity serves as a guide to understand how religion and race/ethnicity have historically been interconnected.


Explore over 40 other learning modules. Although initially designed for college classrooms, most are appropriate for junior and senior high education.


 


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