A Variety of Lesson Plan Resources about Korea and the Korean War for Teachers

We are proud to note the depth and breadth of content we make available to teachers. Our lesson plans, teaching modules, books, and webinars offer useful classroom tools and activities for educators who serve lower school, middle grades, high school, and Advanced Placement students. Our offerings include:

  • An ever-growing library of lesson plans on Korea that is filterable by skill, topic, and grade level.
  • Korea’s Place in Teaching Human Geography, a collection of modules for teachers of AP Human Geography, created in partnership with the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS).
  • Korea’s Place in Teaching World History, which addresses the role of government in Korea’s rapid economic development and digital information technologies in Korean society.
  • Our COVID-19 Module, produced in partnership with the NCSS, which offers a set of free resources for Social Studies teachers to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • A set of free resources on the Korean War for teachers of Advanced Placement World History, with curriculum guides on comparison, contextualization, and causation and continuity/change (CCOT).
  • Video recordings and other useful content from our 2020 COVID-19 webinar series, with insights from a series of experts offering context on the pandemic.
  • Exploring and Teaching the Korean War, a joint publication with the UK’s Historical Association, which presents ready-to-teach enquiries for KS3, GCSE and A-level classes.

In addition, we regularly offer professional-development opportunities for teachers: conferences, grants, travel, and other programs. We are grateful to our sponsor, the Korea Foundation, for making this work possible.