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Case Studies in LGBT History is developed and produced by History UnErased, Inc. in partnership with Making Gay History - The Podcast for New York City Public Schools and funded by the New York City Council Committee on Education.

 


 

Dedicated to NYC Council Member Daniel Dromm in honor of his decades-long championship for LGBT+ inclusive curriculum

 


 

Case Studies in LGBT History Teacher's Guide 

Look up the Sign Up Code to access Case Studies in LGBT History using your schools.nyc.gov domain address

 

1. Twelve (12) unique case studies include:

      • Alignment with New York City Scope and Sequence
      • Essential questions
      • Background information
      • Copyright-secured primary and secondary sources with reference links
      • Reproducible printer-friendly case studies for students
      • Discussion questions
      • Suggested skills-based activities  

 


 

2. Print-ready full-color PDF of Case Studies in LGBT History Teacher's Guide (116 pages)

      • Recommended for digital viewing or additional printing 
      • 500 print copies are available upon request at the NYC DOE Office of Social Studies

 

3. Print-ready grayscale PDF of Case Studies in LGBT History Teacher's Guide (116 pages)

      • Recommended for classroom reproducibles

 

4. Eight (8) Print-ready PDFs of visual history instructional posters

      • recommended for digital viewing or additional printing 

      • NYC middle schools and high schools (927 public schools) have 16 posters (2 of each) available for classroom teachers

      • Descriptions of visual history instructional posters include 

        • Copyright-secured images and reference links

        • Poster content and reference links
        • Downloadable Give Voice to History Project podcasts, produced in partnership with Making Gay History - The Podcast 

          • Each podcast includes an intro and outro by Eric Marcus - Founder and Host of Making Gay History - The Podcast
          • PDF transcripts are linked below each podcast

 

Case Studies in LGBT History is anchored in primary source materials curated from digital and print collections from archives, estates, libraries, and historical societies from across the nation - also the Library of Congress, National Archives, Smithsonian Museum of American History, National Park Service, and the Supreme Court of the United States.