Marco Learning Celebrates Black History Month

Black History Month exists to celebrate the manifold contributions of Black Americans to American history. Every year in America, millions of high school students study for AP® Exams we believe do not adequately address Black American perspectives. In an effort to diversify the curriculum and celebrate Black Americans in literature and history, Marco Learning is offering the following resources to students and teachers entirely for free. We hope these resources can help you and your students honor the spirit of Black History Month in your AP classes.

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Black History Month in AP® U.S. History

Remembering Toni Morrison, 1931–2019

Studying Amanda Gorman’s “The Hill We Climb” in AP® English

Professional Development Videos

The Experience of Black Educators

Creating a Welcoming Environment for Students of Color

How to Discuss Race in Your Classroom

How to Diversify Your Curriculum

What to Read this Summer to Diversify Your Perspective

AP® English Language

Marco Learning's AP English Language Lesson Plan
Sojourner Truth: Lesson Plan
Marco APLANG Lesson PlanEvaluating Commentary Overview
Malcolm X: Lesson Plan

AP® English Literature

I Have a Rendezvous with Life: Lesson Plan
Figurative Language in Poetry: Lesson Plan

AP® European History

Touissant L’Ouverture: Lesson Plan

AP® French Language and Culture

Decolonizing Museums: Lesson Plan

AP® Human Geography

Food Deserts: Lesson Plan

AP® Psychology

Ethics: Lesson Plan

AP® U.S. Government and Politics

Brown v. Board of Education: Study Guide

Letter from a Birmingham Jail: Lesson Plan
Shaw v. Reno: Video and Study Guide

AP® U.S. History

Sojourner Truth: Video and Lesson Plan

AP® World History

Rationales for Imperialism: Lesson Plan
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