The World History Digital Education Foundation invites classroom teachers, curriculum specialists, and pre-service teachers to submit a creative and engaging lesson plan that utilizes resources iin “Korea’s Place in World History”.
This contest is only open to participants who attended the WHDEF Conference on in New York City on May 4, 2019.
Use either a source(s) or ideas shared in “Korea’s Place in World History” and develop a unique lesson plan on Korea. The lesson could align to an AP Historical Reasoning Skill and/or any Curriculum Framework reference, though the lesson does NOT need to be based on AP.
- Lessons may be created for any secondary social studies class
- Ideas and sources may be used from any part of the conference, the materials provided, or the book
- Lessons should be designed to take 1-4 class periods and utilize one of the two lesson templates (linked below)
A total of 2 prizes will be given. The deadline to submit a lesson plan for consideration in this competition is June 9, 2019.
Two Winners Will Receive
- $1000 cash award
- Local press release recognizing the achievement
Guidelines & Instructions
- Eligibility: must be a classroom teacher, curriculum specialist, or pre-service teacher at the time of submission who attended the NYC Conference on 5/4/19.
- DUE DATE: June 9, 2019
- Only one entry per person is allowed
- Lessons should last between 1 and 4 class periods and follow one of the two lesson plan templates below:
- Our standard lesson template located here. This template will most likely make the most sense for lessons that are not aligned with a specific AP Course.
- AP teachers are encouraged to use this template which is the template utilized in the lesson book.
- Lessons will be judged by four WHDEF Teacher Fellows
Contest is sponsored by the Korea Foundation.