NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellows Lesson Plan Collection

Through a partnership with VIF, NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellows have access to online professional development in the VIF Learning Center. Since starting this partnership, the Fellows have created more than 70 global-focused, inquiry-based lesson plans that have been implemented in their respective classrooms around the United States. 

*Note* Lessons are organized into two sections: K-5 and 6-12. Please scroll to see all lessons.

NEA Foundation Lessons Headers k 5

Lesson Title: Music and Wellness 
Author: Anne Beranek
Grade Levels: Pre-K - 12
Subject: Arts, English Language Arts, Health Education, History, Mathematics, Social Studies, World Languages, Technology
Description: Students will identify how music can influence their emotional health, select music that makes them happy and listen to music from around the world.

Lesson Title: Christmas Around the World
Author: Ashli Dreher 
Grade Levels: Pre-K, K, 1, 2, 3, 4
Subject: English Language Arts, Social Studies
Description: Students will be able to create an essay describing how the country they investigated celebrates the holiday along with a Powerpoint presentation and pictures to document important things that they learned during their investigation.

Lesson Title: Learning Spanish through Music
Author: Terri Butts
Grade Levels: Pre-K, K
Subject: Arts, Spanish Immersion
Description: Students will be able to sing a song about body parts in Spanish and demonstrate movement to illustrate their understanding of the language.

Lesson Title: My Family Heritage
Author: Terri Butts
Grade Levels: Pre-K, K
Subject: Arts, English Language Arts, Social Studies
Description: Students will conduct research of their familys cultural heritage and illustrate four symbols using paper maché that represent their family's cultural heritage. Students will present their family heritage project to the class.

Lesson Title: How Does Your Garden Grow?
Author: Terri Butts
Grade Levels: Pre-K, K
Subject: English Language Arts, Science, Spanish Immersion
Description: Students will explain the life cycle of a plant and understand that plants come from the type of seed that was planted. Students will understand that some plants grow better in different parts of the world.

Lesson Title: Transportation: How, Who, Where? 
Author: Heather Anderson
Grade Levels: Pre-K, K
Subject: English Language Arts, Environment, History, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Technology
Description: During this unit students will know a variety of transportation modes used around the world to move products, people, and ideas. Students will be able to make connections between modes of transportation and air, land, water and prior continent work presented at the beginning of the school year.

Lesson Title: Cultural Acceptance/Competency: features (Avoiding Bullying of Various Cultural Backgrounds)
Author: Hilda Kendrick-Appiah
Grade Levels: Pre-K, K
Subject: English Language Arts
Description: Students will encourage their parents to be more culturally accepting of their classmates who have different backgrounds.

Lesson Title: Winning Hunger Games
Author: Hilda Kendrick-Appiah
Grade Levels: Pre-K, K
Subject: Mathematics
Description: Students will understand hunger and learn to try not to waste food.

Lesson Title: Horses around the world using technology
Author: Hilda Kendrick-Appiah
Grade Levels: Pre-K, K
Subject: English Language Arts
Description: Students will learn about the similarities and differences of the activities that work horses do in various countries. Students will understand some horses are pets and some are work animals.

Lesson Title: Blogging about our games and comparing games of other countries
Author: Hilda Kendrick-Appiah
Grade Levels: Pre-K, K
Subject: English Language Arts, Health Education, Technology, ESL
Description: Students and their parents will blog about games and what is their favorite activity or game. Students will learn about games and where games come from various cultures or countries.

Lesson Title: Introduction to Foreign Languages  
Author: Brett Bigham
Grade Levels: Pre-K, K, 1
Subject: English Language Arts, Spanish Language Arts, Spanish Immersion, ESL
Description: Students will recognize that people in other countries speak in different languages. 

Lesson Title: Introduction to Foreign Languages II
Author: Brett Bigham
Grade Levels: Pre-K, K, 1, 2
Subject: Arts, English Language Arts, Environment, World Languages, Spanish Language Arts, Spanish Immersion, ESL
Description: Students will recognize some of the most commonly used English words in other languages.

Lesson Title: International Music
Author: Brett Bigham
Grade Levels: Pre-K, K, 1, 2
Subject: Arts
Description: Students will participate with another special education class during music class via Skype.

Lesson Title: Games Children Play 
Author: Anne Beranek
Grade Levels: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Subject: English Language Arts, Environment, Health Education, History, Social Studies
Description: Students will identify outdoor/recess games children play in Mexico and Brazil. Students will identify similarities and differences between games they play and games played in Mexico and Brazil.

Lesson Title: How is culture reflected in art and informational text?
Author: Diana Wedl
Grade Levels: 2
Subject: Arts, English Language Arts, Social Studies
Description: Students will be able to craft their own definition of culture and give examples of cultures from another country or region.

Lesson Title: Exploring Schools Around the World
Author: Michael Carvella
Grade Levels: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Subject: English Language Arts, Social Studies, Technology
Description: Students will be able to explain some characteristics of rural, suburban, and urban communities. Students will be able to look at pictures in texts, on the Internet, or displayed in the room and identify similarities and differences between the photographs and their own physical space. Student will be able to explain how the things in schools and the things students study and do in schools around the world (cultures) are different in different places. 

Lesson Title: Where is My Home?
Author: Donna DeKraai
Grade Levels: 3
Subject: English Language Arts, Environment, Science, Technology
Description: Students will explain how people and natural disasters impact ecosystems. Students will write opinion pieces which support a point of view with reasons.

Lesson Title:  Heritage, Myths, Fables and Fairytales
Author: Donna DeKraai
Grade Levels: 3
Subject: English Language Arts
Description: Students will conduct research to investigate their cultural heritages and research folklore from one or more of their cultural heritages. Students will also retell folklore from other countries, tell the main idea and lesson or moral of the story, use important details to retell the story and give examples of fables, folktales, and myths.

Lesson Title: What and Who is Peru
Author: Donna DeKraai
Grade Levels: 3
Subject: English Language Arts
Description: Students will write an informative report with help and read informational text to research Peru. Students will understand technology is a tool that can be used to produce and publish writing, and be used to interact/collaborate with others. 

Lesson TitleWater everywhere... or is it?
Author: Mel House
Grade Levels: 3
Subject: Physical Education
Description: Students will be able to demonstrate proper lift and carry techniques. Students will also be able to compare and contrast water collection issues.

Lesson TitleHolidays around the World
Author: Precious Crabtree
Grade Levels: 3
Subject: Arts, Social Studies
Description: Students will discuss the importance of celebrations in their familys culture and use their senses and observation skills to make connections to special celebrations around the world to their own family celebrations. Students will create sketches that represent special holiday celebrations with their family.

Lesson Title: Celebrating the Immigration of our Cultural Heritage
Author: Allison Riddle
Grade Level: 4, 5, 6
Subject: English Language Arts, History, Social Studies, World Languages
Description: Students will conduct research to find information about their family's heritage. Students will create an immigrant doll dressed in traditional clothing from that country. Students will compare and contrast traditional dress to the clothing he/she wears today and students will reflect on how the clothing is influenced by cultural values and beliefs.

Lesson Title: Analyzing American Artifacts: Plymouth Rock
Author: Allison Riddle
Grade Level: 5
Subject: History
Description: Students will listen to the book, Who's That Stepping on Plymouth Rock? by Jean Fritz, demonstrate understanding of the sequence of events in the story, analyze the cultural appreciation of Plymouth Rock through collected data, and share personal reflections of cultural appreciation in a blog.

Lesson Title: Are You Talking Through Your Hat?
Author: Allison Riddle
Grade Level: 5
Subject: Arts, English Language Arts, History, Mathematics, Social Studies
Description: Students will understand how hats worn in different countries demonstrate aspects of the people's culture.

Lesson Title: World Wide Weathering
Author: Allison Riddle
Grade Level: 5
Subject: Science
Description: Students will use technology to conduct research on the different kinds of weathering found around the world. 

NEA Foundation Lessons Headers 6 12

Lesson TitleThe Life and Work of Marc Chagall: My Cultural Heritage
Author: Precious Crabtree
Grade Levels: 5, 6, 7
Subject: Arts, History, Social Studies
Description: Students will learn about the artist Marc Chagall, study his artwork and explore the stories hidden within the work and the connections to his cultural heritage. Students will also discuss global themes you might connect or relate to in his paintings.

Lesson TitleGoal Setting Guidance
Author: Anne Beranek
Grade Levels: 6
Subject: Physical Education
Description: Students will identify practices that are valuable to living a healthy lifestyle. Students will set realistic goals and identify the steps to achieve their goals.

Lesson TitleSocial Issues and Lyrics
Author: Alina Rozanski
Grade Levels: 6, 7, 8
Subject: Arts, English Language Arts, Social Studies
Description: Students will be able to analyze lyrics in a song and be able to identify the lyricists probable intentions, as well as possible alternative interpretations of the lyrics. Students apply that knowledge to write their own song, sharing researched information about a global/world issue. To accomodate learning needs, some students are able to rewrite lyrics to existing songs.

Lesson Title: Expression through Movement
Author: Alina Rozanski
Grade Levels: 6, 7, 8
Subject: Arts, History, Social Studies
Description: Students will be able to apply research about a time period to the creation of choreography expressing the essentials of the time period.

Lesson Title: Does Every Drop Really Count?
Author: Bradley Rhew
Grade Levels: 7, 8, 9
Subject: English Language Arts, Environment, Science, Social Studies, Technology
Description: Students will become aware of how much water they use during an average week and compare their water consumption to other countries around the world. Students will then formulate ideas of how they can lower their water consumption to have a global impact on the water crisis.

Lesson Title: Flipping the Switch
Author: Kristen Record
Grade Levels: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: Science
Description: Students will be able to describe the various sources of energy that ultimately provide electricity for communities in various parts of the United States (i.e. coal, nuclear, hydro, natural gas, etc) and explain the process by which that source is used to generate electricity. Students will be able to compare the sources of electricity generation in the United States to those of other countries.

Lesson Title: Engineering Solutions for Kids with Disabilities using 21st Century Tools
Author: Marc Chabot
Grade Levels: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: Business, Science, Technology
Description: Using sensitivity, while keeping and open mind and an open heart, students will engineer a prototype solution for a student with significant handicapping conditions. Students will learn collaborative problem-solving skills using modern materials.

Lesson Title: Culture and Chemistry
Author: Marc Chabot
Grade Levels: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: Science, Social Studies
Description: Students will appreciate that the differences in chemical and physical properties of elements provide avenues for chemical reactions, just as difference in cultural perspectives provides avenues for individual growth and change.

Lesson Title: Loneliness in Literature: Compare/Contrast Loneliness and Depression in Different Cultures
Author: Andrea Noonan
Grade Level: 8
Subject: English Language Arts
Description: Students will be able to explain how loneliness and depression factors are similar and different among cultures.

Lesson Title: Careers and Opportunities Around the World
Author: Kathleen Assini
Grade Level: 8
Subject: Business, Science, Technology
Description: Students will recognize that different areas of the world offer unique opportunities to those in different career paths. Students will be able to compare the work requirements, job opportunities and life style differences that result from divergent career paths.

Lesson TitleCulture and Theme
Author: Kathey Ruybal
Grade Levels: 9, 10
Subject: English Language Arts
Description: Students will draw connections between and be able to relate to various cultural experiences despite obvious differences, convey the relationships between complex ideas to an audience, and identify theme statements for a variety of stories, letters, speeches and poems.

Lesson TitleGender and Societal Expectations
Author: Kathey Ruybal
Grade Levels: 9, 10
Subject: English Language Arts
Description: Students will understand that literature is a reflection of the human experience and that theme and character development are reflections of the values of the society/culture/time period in which the piece was written. Students will develop an argument that is supported by strong evidence and appropriate organization.

Lesson TitlePotatoes & Civilization
Author: Megan Olivia Hall
Grade Levels: 9, 10
Subject: English Language Arts, History, Science, Social Studies
Description: Students will know that artificial selection has led to offspring that are very different in appearance and behavior from their distant ancestors.

Lesson TitleEvolution Around the Globe
Author: Megan Olivia Hall
Grade Levels: 9, 10
Subject: Science
Description: Students will understand how species have changed over time and how evidence led Charles Darwin to develop the theory of natural selection and common descent to explain evolution.

Lesson TitleDistribution of the World's Freshwater Resources
Author: Richard Erickson
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: Science, Social Studies
Description: Students will create a map indicating distribution of the world's freshwater resources, a map indicating the worlds human population distribution, and a map indicating water stress based on freshwater and population distributions.

Lesson TitleLocal Evidence of Climate Change/Ice Season Duration
Author: Richard Erickson
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: Science
Description: Students will be able to provide research-based evidence of climate change on a local level.

Lesson TitleTo TRUSS, or not to TRUSS
Author: Katrina Lake
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: English Language Arts, Environment, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies
Description: Students will be able to create scale drawings and use geometry to complete truss calculations. Students will be able to analyze social, economic, and cultural effects a bridge can have and write up a formal proposal for the building of a bridge.

Lesson TitleArt in Geometry
Author: Katrina Lake
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: Arts, Business, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Technology
Description: Students will be able to calculate surface area and linear lengths of 3D objects and write a cost analysis based on scaled measurements. Students will also be able to use coordinate geometry to draw various shapes electronically using Processing.

Lesson TitleInnovation with NASA Technology
Author: Katrina Lake
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: Arts, Business, English Language Arts, Environment, Health Education, Science, Technology
Description: The students will understand and be able to present about specific obstacles that are preventing humans from going to Mars and present specific possible solutions. The students will be able to write and test computer code to control the navigation of a rover robot.

Lesson TitleGlobal Action for Global Problems
Author: Monica Washington
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: English Language Arts, Environment, Health Education, History, Technology
Description: Students will understand how reaching a global problem and creating an action plan can lead to solutions or assistance for others across the globe.

Lesson TitleThe State of Affairs: The Effects of U.S. Foreign Policy
Author: Matthew Holtzen
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: History, Social Studies
Description: Students will identify global issues impacting the relationship between the U.S. and various countries or regions. Students will justify the plan of action chosen for dealing with a global issue affecting the U.S. and another country or region.

Lesson TitleEquality in an Unequal World
Author: Matthew Holtzen
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: History, Social Studies
Description: Students will identify equality issues affecting other countries and will explain the causes of equality differences in their chosen country and the impact of their chosen equality issue.

Lesson TitleBringing Micro-electricity Where There is None
Author: Marc Chabot
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: Business, Environment, Science
Description: Students will learn how to build a simple, closed solar PV system with a single module and a rechargable battery that can be used to carry out an ordinary task for someone without access to electricity.

Lesson TitleEnergy Ethics
Author: Kristen Record
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: Science
Description: Students will be able to explain and analyze differences in global energy usage and discuss the ethics and politics of U.S. energy usage.

Lesson TitleSaved by the Sun
Author: Kristen Record
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: Science
Description: Students will understand that access to electricity varies greatly from country to country and that renewable energy technology is one strategy to provide individuals and communities in developing countries reliable access to electricity.

Lesson TitleWhy do we still celebrate Columbus Day?
Author: Jamie Manker
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: Social Studies
Description: Students will analyze primary source documents related to the discovery of the Americas and determine the role of Christopher Columbus. Students will then compare and contrast Columbus Day Holidays in the United States and Latin America. Finally, students will craft a compelling argument either in justification for or in opposition to the national Columbus Day Holiday in the United States.

Lesson TitleConflict and Cooperation from 1900-1950
Author: Jamie Manker
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: History
Description: Students will create a visual presentation illustrating the impact of national identity, political structure, allocation of resources and religious/ethnic divisions on conflict and cooperation throughout the world from 1900-1950.

Lesson TitleFamily History Project
Author: Jamie Manker
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: Social Studies
Description: Students will learn how to conduct an interview, interpret interview results, and identify point of view as it influences the interview process.

Lesson TitleUndoing the Worst Mistake in Human History
Author: Jamie Manker
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: Social Studies
Description: Students will understand the growing inequalities created by the Neolithic Revolution and trace those inequalities into the modern era. Students will create an action plan addressing an area of inequality in the modern era and they will share their action plan with their peers.

Lesson TitleComing-of-Age: Globally
Author: Jeffrey Baxter
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: Social Studies, World Languages
Description: Students will be able to identify and understand the factors that affect the transition from childhood to adulthood -- the coming-of-age -- and to articulate how young people can solve the problems associated with successfully maturing.

Lesson TitleComing to America: The New Immigrants and Life in the Tenements
Author: Jeffrey Hinton
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject: History, Social Studies
Description: Students will be able to describe how new immigrants lived and worked in America in the early 20th century. Students will be able to interpret primary source documents to support historical claims, and make judgments about the past.

Lesson TitlePersuasion: Rhetorical Devices
Author: Kathey Ruybal
Grade Levels: 10
Subject: English Language Arts
Description: Students will write an essay that identifies specific diction and rhetorical devices and analyze how they help the author achieve his/her purpose. Students will also write and orally present a clear, concise, and logical persuasive argument using effective rhetorical devices, voice techniques, and body language.

Lesson TitleDam Problems! Dam Solutions!
Author: Maren Johnson
Grade Levels: 10
Subject: Environment, Science
Description: Students will be able to evaluate a solution to a problem with environmental and societal implications.

Lesson TitleAsking questions: Find Profitable Alternatives for Coca Farmers
Author: Maren Johnson
Grade Levels: 10
Subject: Science, Social Studies
Description: Students will be able to ask different types of questions while actively reading a text, categorize the questions, and attempt to answer the questions.

Lesson TitleHow Many Marsh Deer?
Author: Maren Johnson
Grade Levels: 10
Subject: Environment, Science
Description: Students will understand the effects that various biotic and abiotic factors have on the population size of Marsh Deer.

Lesson TitleEbola: How do we address the devastation in Guinea?
Author: Maren Johnson
Grade Levels: 10
Subject: Science
Description: Students will be able identify some of the short term and long term repercussions of the Ebola outbreak in Guinea, and evaluate some of the local, national, and international solutions to the environmental, medical, and economic crisis.

Lesson TitleLes Défis Mondiaux
Author: Lea Wainwright
Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Subject: Environment, Health Education, World Languages
Description: Students will be able to locate French-Speaking countries on a map of the world and to label maps with names of countries in French. Students will be able to use appropriate gender markers and prepositions with names of countries and continents. Students will become familiar with positive role models from the Francophone World and will revisit profession vocabulary as they investigate the professions of these Francophone role models.

Lesson TitleBeauty - la Beauté
Author: Lea Wainwright
Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Subject: Arts, World Languages
Description: Students will be able to describe works of art including various themes such as architecture, paintings, literature, dance, etc. Students will be able to write about and discuss why they label some works as more "beautiful" than others and they recognize some major French artists and his/her work.

Lesson TitleThink Globally, Act Locally - Patrick Geddes 1915
Author: Lea Wainwright
Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Subject: Environment, Health Education, Social Studies, World Languages, Spanish Language Arts, ESL
Description: Students will identify local challenges that are faced globally and research these challenges in the target language. Students will suggest potential solutions for alleviating these local and global challenges in the target language.

Lesson TitleHow Many Lines of Code?
Author: Janis Elliot
Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Subject: Science, Technology
Description: The students will be exposed to writing code in a variety of self-selected lessons. They will produce at least one product using code.

Lesson TitleScientific Literacy Review: Viruses and Vaccinations Infographics
Author: Janis Elliot
Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Subject: Health Education
Description: Students will express knowledge of viruses and vaccinations using the literacy tool called an Infographic.

Lesson Title:  Get to Know Your World Using Spacial Patterns and Processes
Author: Janis Elliot
Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Subject: Environment, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Technology
Description: Students will use tools such as Google Earth to investigate changes in the earth over time. When they have investigated, they will be able to make inferences about cause and effect in global changes in the environment.

Lesson TitleValmont Industries Bringing it Back to the Classroom Sensors in the Workplace
Author: Janis Elliot
Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Subject: Science, Technology
Description: Students will design and conduct investigations that lead to the use of logic and evidence in the formulation of scientific explanations and models.

Lesson TitleWorld-Wide Social Issues Project
Author: Jeffrey Baxter
Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Subject: Arts, English Language Arts, Environment, Social Studies
Description: Students will articulate in depth the causes of an issue facing a country or region, the variety of ways the issue has been addressed, and possible solutions. Students will collaborate, discover, and problem-solve a difficult problem and express their position knowledgeably and innovatively.

Lesson Title: Controversial World Literature
Author: Monica Washington
Grade Levels: 11
Subject: English Language Arts
Description: Students will understand censorship and the impact of controversial literature on cultures around the world.

Lesson Title: Identity and Outside Forces
Author: Monica Washington
Grade Levels: 11
Subject: English Language Arts
Description: Students will be able to identify outside forces that contribute to the formation of a character's or person's identity.

Lesson Title: The Effect of Religion on World Cultures
Author: Monica Washington
Grade Levels: 11
Subject: English Language Arts
Description: Students will recognize that religion is a global concept that has influenced societies and cultures around the world.

Lesson Title: First-Person Historical Narratives
Author: Anna Baldwin
Grade Levels: 11
Subject: History
Description: Students will research an individual related to the Battle of the Little Bighorn and characterize the personality and experiences of that person. Students will incorporate factual material about this person into their narrative and create a narrated slideshow from the perspective of the selected individual.

Lesson Title: Somali Refugees in Kenya
Author: Anna Baldwin
Grade Levels: 11
Subject: English Language Arts
Description: Students will define problems related to Somali refugees obtaining U.S. visas and students will write proposals to address these problems.

Lesson Title: Les Provinces de la France
Author: Lea Wainwright
Grade Levels: 11, 12
Subject: History, World Languages
Description: Students will be able to discuss and write about how the overall culture of France developed to be what it is today based on historical, economic, and geographic factors.

Lesson Title: Urge to Conserve
Author: Kristen Record
Grade Levels: 11, 12
Subject: Science
Description: Students will understand that certain quantities are conserved, in the sense that the changes of those quantities in a given system are always equal to the transfer of that quantity to or from the system by all possible interactions with other systems.

Lesson Title: Worldwide Energy Policy
Author: Marc Chabot
Grade Levels: 11, 12
Subject: Science
Description: Students will have some knowledge of U.S. energy policy and how different countries around the world view the same set of problems. Students will learn how people and geography affect a nations worldview.

Lesson Title: The Global Impact of an Ordinary Gas
Author: Marc Chabot
Grade Levels: 11, 12
Subject: Science
Description: Students will conduct an experiment involving a chemical change, and relate the products of that change to changes in the world's oceans.

Lesson Title: Approximation throughout AP Calculus
Author: Katrina Lake
Grade Levels: 11, 12
Subject: Business, History, Mathematics, Science
Description: Students will understand that each topic learned throughout calculus can be used to approximate solutions to mathematical problems that cannot be solved exactly.  Students will also make connections to the history behind each topic, ultimately being able to draw conclusions about why each topic is important.

Lesson Title: Collaborative Research
Author: Anna Baldwin
Grade Levels: 11, 12
Subject: English Language Arts, History, Social Studies
Description: Students will describe some spiritual attributes of contemporary Chippewa people and students will explain the migration/movement of Chippewa people in context of federal policy.

Lesson Title: Mario Vargas Llosa: Peruvian Nobel Prize Winner
Author: Anna Baldwin
Grade Levels: 11, 12
Subject: Social Studies
Description: Students will describe characteristics of a Nobel prize winner and describe Vargas Llosa's life and writing style. Students will be able to identify aspects of literary modernism or postmodernism and they will read and respond meaningfully to Vargas Llosa's writing.

 

The NEA Foundation is a public charity with a mission to advance student achievement by investing in public education that prepares all students to learn and thrive in a rapidly changing world. The Global Learning Fellowship expands on this by engaging educators in a year-long global learning journey to acquire the necessary skills to integrate global competence into their daily classroom instruction, advance their profession, and thus contribute to the closing of the global achievement gap. Read more about the partnership here.