Teaching About the Refugee Crisis

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International Council for Science. “Climate Refugees and Environmental Migration.”


International Council for Science. “Climate Refugees and Environmental Migration.” As a high school or undergraduate Social Sciences, Humanities, or Environmental Sciences teacher, you can use this set of computer-based tools to help you in teaching about topics such as Social and Environmental Policy, Climate Change and Human Migration, Climate Refugees/Environmental Migrants, and Climate Justice. This […]

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November 1, 2020


Jennifer James. “Refugee Instructional Activities Common Core Grade.”


Jennifer James. “Refugee Instructional Activities Common Core Grade.” All of the pins included in this board relate to the Refugee Crisis topic. Many of these resources are complete teaching tools for you to cover the Refugee Crisis in your classroom. Please note that some of the resources start at grade 6 but provide activities and […]

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Trinity University Digital Commons. “Why We Had To Leave; A Study of Human Rights & Refugees.”


Trinity University Digital Commons. “Why We Had To Leave; A Study of Human Rights & Refugees.” Students will independently use their learning to research then teach class members about the reality of a particular refugee group and devise a plan to address a refugee crisis currently happening in the world. Grades 9-12. Open Link

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PBS Point of View. “The Global Refugee Crisis: A Community Responds.”


PBS Point of View. “The Global Refugee Crisis: A Community Responds.” Daphne Matziaraki’s 24-minute film 4.1 Miles follows local coast guard officers stationed off the Greek island of Lesbos, where thousands of refugees have braved the Mediterranean to flee conflicts at home. The waters of this small island were once tranquil, but the Coast Guard […]

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Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. “Migration and Refugee Lesson Plans.”


Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. “Migration and Refugee Lesson Plans.” According to the 2015 International Migration Report from the United Nations, “The number of international migrants worldwide has continued to grow rapidly over the past fifteen years reaching 244 million in 2015, up from 222 million in 2010 and 173 million in 2000.” Forced migration […]

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State of New South Wales Department of Education. “Roads to Refuge.”


State of New South Wales Department of Education. “Roads to Refuge.” Materials designed to help educators develop lessons that raise awareness about refugee experiences and perspectives. Materials are focused on refugees in Australia and provide an interesting comparison to the same issues in the United States. Open Link

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Teaching Tolerance. “Immigrant and Refugee Children: A Guide for Educators and School Support Staff.”


Teaching Tolerance. “Immigrant and Refugee Children: A Guide for Educators and School Support Staff.” This guide was created for educators, school support staff and service providers who teach, mentor and help open the doors of opportunity for undocumented youth and unaccompanied and refugee children currently living in the United States. Educators, school support staff and […]

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Amnesty International. “8 educational resources to better understand the refugee crisis.”


Amnesty International. “8 educational resources to better understand the refugee crisis.” The world refugee crisis has led civil society to mobilize, and initiatives calling for greater support to refugees have multiplied across countries. But at the same time, there have been increasing demands, especially from schools on how to work on this issue, asking how […]

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Scholastic. “Refugee Discussion Guide.”


Scholastic. “Refugee Discussion Guide.” Pre-reading and post-reading activities and questions for discussing key ideas and details, craft and structure, and integration of knowledge and ideas in reading Alan Gratz’s book Refugee. About the book. Three young people are looking for refuge, a place for themselves and their families to live in peace. Separated by decades […]

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Immigration History. “Teaching About Refugees and Asylum.”


Immigration History. “Teaching About Refugees and Asylum.” A compilation of material designed to teach high school students about the history of refugees and asylum seekers. Objectives include: students will be able to identify asylum as a path to lawful status in the United States and explain the main criteria for receiving asylum; students will be […]

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