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CURRICULUM RESOURCES

 
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Can I incorporate SOGI into the curriculum? Yes.

Ready-to-use, age-appropriate, SOGI-inclusive lesson plans are aligned with the new BC curriculum for integration into all subject matter.


ELEMENTARY LESSON PLANS

“It’s critical that we as educators start this conversation with children during the early primary years, as this is when children are forming lasting ideas about including others and accepting differences.”

Steve Mulligan, Vancouver Elementary Educator

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THE FOLLOWING ELEMENTARY LESSON PLANS MEET the requirements of the NEW BC curriculum.

Each link below summarizes the big ideas, curriculum competencies, lesson plan rationale, and more—and includes a link to a downloadable PDF of the full lesson plan.


Are you celebrating Pink Shirt Day or International Day of Pink?

Everyone can do something for Pink Day! Be creative, have fun, and most importantly make the day meaningful by exploring the origin of the day, how gender stereotypes affect all of us, and to speak up when we hear name-calling
or discrimination. Download our Pink Day Toolkit to find out more.


 

SECONDARY LESSON PLANS

“84% of senior years teachers reported including LGBTQ content in their curriculum.”

Educator, "Every Teacher Project" Final Report, Egale 2016

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Have you included SOGI in your lessons?

If you are an educator with a proven SOGI-inclusive lesson plan, please upload it to TeachBC using the tag ‘SOGI’ and let us know by emailing info@sogieducation.org.

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proven sogi curriculum resources

The following resources have been created by educators to support integration of SOGI into the K-12 curriculum.

 

Some recommended titles are available in digital alternate format for students with perceptual disabilities in British Columbia. These materials can be accessed by registered users of the Accessible Resource Centre – BC. If the required title and/or format cannot be located in the ARC-BC repository, please contact arc@prcvi.org to make a production request.

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