9/11

by Mary Ann Kelley

Resources for studying about 9/11

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9/11 and the Constitution   (M,O,T)
From the Center for Civic Education. Lesson plans for students grades 7-12.

What Happened On 9-11 (for Kids)  (Y,M)
From Class Brain.com

Terrorism, Anti-Terrorism, Taliban and Afghanistan Links 2001  (O,T)
A large collection of links related to the terrorist movement. In particular, there are several links regarding the oppression of women under the Taliban in Afghanistan. Lots of material to use in many different ways. Site specifically dates 2001 so you can see what information was out there at the time of the September 11 attack.

America Responds  (T)
PBS has put together several lesson plans related to the disaster, including A World at Peace (elementary school), Tolerance in Times of Trial (middle and high school), Emergency Preparedness (middle school), and Taming Terrorism (high school).

The September 11 Digital Archive  (M,O,T)
Archive of electronic media containing more than 150,000 digital items.

Patriot Day  (Y,M,O,T)
On Sept. 11, 2002, President Bush proclaimed Sept 11th be observed as 'Patriot Day.'

CNN Special Report Afghanistan - War on Terror  (Y,M,O,T)
Afghanistan has been at war since the late 1970's. Learn the background to the conflicts in this region.

Inside 9/11  (M,O,T)
From National Geographic. Zero Hour - the final two hours of the Inside 9/11 - captures the horror and the heroism witnessed on September 11, 2001. Videos and photos.

911 - Guide to Websites  (M O)

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