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War-Related Curriculum Materials

C-SPAN in the Classroom: War With Iraq
http://www.c- span.org/classroom/current/iraq_war.asp

Constitutional Rights Foundation
http://crf- usa.org/Iraqwar_html/iraqwar_home.html

Council on Foreign Relations

Marco Polo: Lesson Plans on Middle East
http://www.marcopolo- education.org/teacher/featured_resources.aspx

National Council for the Social Studies
http://www.socialst udies.org/resources/moments/iraq/

National Geographic Society
http://www.nationalgeographic.co m/iraq/

PBS: Focus on Iraq

Rethinking Schools: Teaching About War
http://www.rethinkingsc hools.org/war/index.shtml

The Teachers Guide: Lesson Plans
http://www.theteachers guide.com/currentevents.htm

Guidance for Talking to Children
About Terrorism or War

Family Education Network
http://www.familyeducation.com/topic/front/0,1156,62-29610-1,00.html? yf_home

National Association for the Education of Young Children
http://www.n aeyc.org/resources/news/Supporting_Children.htm

National Association of School Psychologists
http://www.nasponlin e.org/neat/unsettlingtimes.html

New York University Child Study Center
http://www.aboutourkids.or g/articles/war.html

Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service
http://www.ces.purdue.edu/terrorism /

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