Show your support and advocate for LGBTQ Students and Families with these posters, promoting a safe school environment. Four different styles and messages to chose from. They include: You Belong Safe Space Your Are Lovable, Worthy, Enough,
This year, Priesthood Sunday is October 30, 2016 Honor your parish priest with this original design. Print on colored cardstock, or have children color and write a personal note to make their priest feel special. Print out both sheets and then run
Not every school has a GSA, but that doesn't mean every teacher can't create a safe space for every student. Let the students know that everyone is welcome in your classroom with these simple "Welcome Everyone!" rainbows. These are free and I
This colorful poster provides a quick and simple way to communicate to your LGBTQ+ students and allies that you support them! The colorful rainbow background will make a gorgeous and eye-catching addition to any classroom or office space. Image
This colorful poster provides a quick and simple way to communicate to your LGBT+ students that you support them.Now available in a transparent, light, and dark design, this poster is also available as part of the Safe Space Poster Bundle.Image
This package is intended to be used as a matching activity. The document included is a list of LGBT terms and definitions. The teacher photocopies the list and cuts up the terms. Students can then work alone or in groups to match the terms and
Morgan Spurlock's FX series about living in someone else's shoes and looking at issues from another point of view. It is a series I use often in my Sociology course to open class discussions.
This semester long course traces the experience of those on the fringes of society as they are represented in literature and popular media. Students will consider: What do Steve Jobs, Sheldon Cooper, Lady Gaga, Bill Gates, Jean Grey, Kurt Elizabeth
This is a presentation that talks about homosexual young men and some issues that they face in their everyday lives. With suicide rates at an alarming high, this presentation helps to uncover the truths that our young eople face. Based on the book
Provided is a list of questions that are commonly used amongst senior high school- university level ESL/ELD classes- the questions regarding homosexuality are current, controversial and requires some critical thinking. It is definitely a good
Interactive PowerPoint covering: What is HIV? How it transmitted? What is AIDS? How is HIV/AIDS treated? The Face of HIV/AIDS: Then and Now How can we prevent HIV? Stigma and discrimination True or false
PowerPoint presentation that includes: What is World Book Day? Why is it celebrated? Where is it celebrated? Why books are great. What’s your favourite book? Take part in the Bumper Book Quiz: Round 1: Name 6 fictional characters Round 2: Name 5
This word wall/mur de mots list presents 170+ LGBT terms in French, providing students with a ready vocabulary for discussing related issues and concerns. These terms are derived and adapted from "Lexique LGBT sur la diversité sexuelle et de genre
Great for anyone to use with students, staff, friends, families, PFLAG meetings, and more! Friendly and suitable for many ages. A great way to share information with your team, esp. if you are aware of an LGBTQ youth, staff member, or parent in your
This is a printable PDF poster for educators and school staff to show that their classroom or office is a safe space for LGBT and other gender/sexuality noncomforming students. It can be printed in high resolution up to a large movie poster size.
This is a complete presentation about artist Francis Bacon. There is also a multiple choice, visually based test at the end. Tota l= 176 Slides. THERE ARE MANY ACTUAL SLIDES FOR YOUR REVIEW IN THE PREVIEW, of both Presentation and Test. The Preview
This powerpoint can be used to start a bullying prevention program in your school, at an assembly during October which is bullying prevention month and/or in your classroom to teach students what bullying is and how it affects everyone involved.
This is a PowerPoint that I have created and posted to my account as part of my Diverse Learners course. It could be used to facilitate a teacher workshop or student workshop. I intend to use it as an introductory or closing piece for an
Encourage your students to use a positive attitude and take pride in their work with this poster design for your classroom. This poster is emblazoned with the phrase "Grow through what you go through" superimposed on a leaf background. Image
This document is intended to be used as an interactive matching activity. Options for use: 1) The teacher should photocopy the resource provided, and then cut up the terms and definitions. Students then match the definitions, alone or in small
This is a complete presentation on Queer Cinema Gay Lesbian Bi Trans Film LGBT Films. THERE ARE MANY ACTUAL SLIDES FOR YOUR REVIEW IN THE PREVIEW. THIS IS YOUR BEST INDICATION OF PRODUCT QUALITY. * You might also like * Alfred Hitchcock Art
This is a simple template for a letter of recommendation (LOR) you can fill in and personalize based on your student's particular strengths. This letter is unique in that it includes gender neutral pronouns, if applicable to your student. For those
An hour long, fully resourced lesson which is an introduction to trans identity and the difference between sex and gender. The lesson focuses on how schools could be more trans-friendly and what makes a trans person trans. The lesson is filled with