Teaching Unity is an easy-to-use curriculum guide filled with fun, hands-on learning activities for children ages 8-12. The book was honored as an IP Notable by Independent Publisher Magazine, which called it "a title of distinction—as important as the ABCs and the 123s."
Teaching unity incorporates Marzano's nine high-yield teaching strategies and is ideal for academic classes, after-school clubs, Saturday or Sunday schools, homeschoolers, weekend retreats and summer camps.
Also included are plans for a children's performance and a comprehensive guide for organizing a weekend retreat or week-long Unity Camp.
BONUS! Your book purchase includes free downloads designed to enhance your use of the Teaching Unity book. There are copy-ready student handouts with readings and discussion questions, craft patterns, song sheets, and color photos of our human family from around the world. Also included are editable Word documents with sample event fliers and registration forms, planning checklists, and a colorful PowerPoint Review of key concepts from the book. Four additional PowerPoints designed to accompany the book are available separately.
As long as there are children, there is hope!
Each generation brings a fresh opportunity to renew the world. Teaching Unity provides parents and teachers with the tools they need to get started. For additional race unity materials, please visit our UnityWorks online bookstore.
Dr. Randie Gottlieb is the Founding Executive Director of UnityWorks, a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to reducing prejudice and to promoting cross-racial and cross-cultural understanding, equity and inclusion―with a focus on K-12 schools. She is the author of twelve books and holds degrees in education from Cal State, Boston University and Harvard.