Contributing Editors - Lesson Plans on the History of American Foreign Relations
The Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations is looking for contributors to a new series of lesson plans for secondary teachers. The list of remaining topics is below.
If you would like to be considered as a contributing editor for one or more of the topics, please submit a one paragraph summary of how you would approach the topic and a brief vita to the SHAFR Director of Secondary Education, John Tully, at email@example.com.
Contributing editors will receive a stipend of $250 and appropriate CEU’s.
The typical lesson plan will have clear, measurable objectives of what the students will learn, a variety of primary sources for students to explore, strategies for opening and closing the lesson, and suggestions for further reading for both teachers and students.
Additional information is available at the SHAFR web site www.shafr.org, under the teaching-secondary education tab.
Sources in American Foreign Relations
Historians and American Foreign Relations
American History and America’s History with the World
The Jay Treaty
War of 1812: Another War for Independence?
The United States and the Republic of Texas
Slavery and Civil War Diplomacy
Wilson’s Vision of the Postwar World
FDR and Great Britain in the 1930s
The Yalta Conference
The Marshall Plan
How “Cold” was the Cold War?
Was the Space Race about Space?
Nixon Goes to China
Ronald Reagan and the End of the Cold War
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