Special Report—United We Stand

Classroom Lessons and Resources

Classroom lessons on understanding prejudice and students' responses to the terrorist attacks and links to patriotic songs, the American's Creed, and more.

Teaching About Terrorism: A Case Study for Teaching Current Events in the Classroom
This three-week unit is from the Prentice Hall eTeach archives.

Literature Lessons from Prentice Hall
These lessons show students how forms of literature, like firsthand accounts, can help people respond to the terrorist attacks of September 11 and their aftermath.

Lessons from Family Education Network's teachervision.com
Articles, lessons, and advice on how to help students cope with and understand the events of and following September 11, 2001.

Patriotic Songs
Links to "The Star-Spangled Banner" and other patriotic songs.

The Flag of the United States
A full-color printable image of the flag of the United States of America.

Displaying the Flag
Lesson plans on when and how to display the American flag.

The American's Creed
This classic expression of patriotism was written in 1917.

Correlations to Prentice Hall Social Studies Programs
Relevant content in Prentice Hall social studies textbooks.

Correlations to Prentice Hall Literature Programs
Relevant content in Prentice Hall literature textbooks.