Era 10: Contemporary United States
(1968 to the Present)
Era 10: Contemporary United States (1968 to the present)
Era Ten One-page Guide (PDF) This is a one page document for teachers to reference when creating their lesson plans. By checking the standards that apply, teachers can show how their lessons meet district, state, and national curriculum Standards.
Era Ten Summary (PDF)
Era Ten: Standard Guide (PDF)
Pinterest Board for this Era
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"Native Americans in the Twenty-First Century," from Walter Fleming, Montana State University Department of Native American Studies
Links and Resources
Brown vs. Board of Education
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund: Education and Educator Resources
Hometown Heroes Service Learning Project
The Hometown Heroes Service Learning Project includes four (4) major lesson plans: *Remembering Those Who Sacrificed encourages students to learn more about local veterans whose names are on The Wall by researching their biographical information, gathering photos, and identifying them by hometown or locality. Preserving Veterans’ Personal Stories encourages students to preserve the oral histories of local veterans who served in all of our nation’s military conflicts through research and personal interviews. Commemorating Our Veterans encourages students to volunteer in their community or plan a ceremony honoring local veterans to coincide with Memorial Day or Veterans Day. Understanding Healing Through Memorials encourages teachers and students to take a field trip to The Wall in Washington, D.C., visit The Wall That Heals (a traveling half-scale replica of The Wall), or visit a local war memorial.
Vietnam Primary Source Timeline