Marco Learning Celebrates National Native American Heritage Month

National Native American Heritage Month exists to celebrate the contributions Native Americans have made to United States History. In an effort to diversify the curriculum and celebrate Native 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 National Native American Heritage Month in your AP® classes.

Sign up to get notified about more free resources and events for AP Teachers!

AP® U.S. History


Native American Societies: Study Guide

APUSH STUDY GUIDE UNIT 1.4 THUMBNAIL
The Columbian Exchange: Study Guide

The Captivity & Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson

Mrs Mary Rowlandson Lesson Plan Thumb
Lesson Plan 1: Overview

Mrs Mary Rowlandson Teacher Comment Thumb
Lesson Plan 1: Teacher Commentary
Mrs Mary Rowlandson Student Handout Thumb
Lesson Plan 1: Student Handout
Mrs Mary Rowlandson Homework Thumb
Lesson Plan 1: Homework

Transatlantic Trade

Transatlantic Trade Lesson Plan Thumb
Lesson Plan 2: Overview
Transatlantic Trade Student Handout Thumb
Lesson Plan 2: Teacher Commentary
Transatlantic Trade Teacher Comm Thumb
Lesson Plan 2: Student Handout
Transatlantic Trade Homework Thumb
Lesson Plan 2: Homework

Native Americans Before Columbus

Columbian Exchange (APUSH Unit 1 – Key Concept 1.2)

APUSH Unit 1 in 10 Minutes with Tom Richey

AP® World History


State Building in the Americas

State Building in the Americas Lesson Plan
Lesson Plan: Overview
State Building in the Americas Teacher Coment Thumb
Lesson Plan: Teacher Commentary
State Building in the Americas Homework Thumb
Lesson Plan: Student Handout
State Building in the Americas Homework Thumb
Lesson Plan: Homework

AP® English Literature

U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo reads her poem, Running

Sign up to get notified about more free resources and events for AP Teachers!


Shopping Cart