Grades 6-8, 9-12
U.S. population takes center stage in this downloadable packet that includes 14 lesson plans, 6 readings, and 6 infographics. Today’s middle and high school students (Gen Z) will need to examine where we’ve come from in order to assume their future roles as innovators and civic leaders. To this end, Population Education has created this new set of classroom lessons, 330 Million in the USA.
Included teaching materials will enable your middle and high school students to examine trends (past and present) around the United States’ population growth and settlement patterns, Congressional representation, family size, education, health, transportation, immigration, gender roles, and environmental impact and policies. Many of these lessons include rich data sets and primary sources from the past 230 years.
Each of the components of 330 Million in the USA is available for free download below. In the coming weeks, we will also be posting the complete set as a downloadable booklet.
A Teacher’s Guide to 300 Million in the USA: Download the Teacher’s Guide now for a helpful overview of the packet components along with insights into the creation and purpose of the materials.
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