Lesson Plans, Activities, Discussion Starters
Explore our learning resources on a variety of themes related to Roger Williams's life, times, and teachings. Our teaching materials focus on elementary, middle, and high school grade materials. Use the links below to filter content by topic and grade level.
The elementary school resources found on this site align with the elementary school curriculum focused on learning about the natural environment and how groups of people have adapted to or modified the environment. They’ll study how methods of travel and communication have changed throughout time and how to create and identify landmasses and bodies of water, on a globe or map.
The middle school resources on this site align with the focus of strengthening independent research and writing, which includes quoting or paraphrasing data and conclusions while avoiding plagiarism, citing sources and using tools like the Internet to produce and publish writing. The lesson plans include activities related to the 10 themes of Social Studies.
The high school resources on this site align with the topics of (1) Culture (2) Time, continuity, and change, (3) People, places, and environments, (4) Individual development and identity, (5) Individuals, groups, and institutions, (6) Power, authority, and governance, (7) Production, distribution, and consumption, (8) Science, technology, and society, (9) Global connections, and (10) Civic ideals and practices