Remember the 9/11 Spirit of Service
Help students better comprehend the concept of service by creating service projects, supporting causes, and reaching out. Download these lessons and more educational materials at 911day.org.
Before you begin using these materials, read this introduction to learn more about how to implement them in your classroom.
Encourage students to share this helpful guide with their families. Families can visit 911day.org to adopt a cause or post a personal good deed.
ADDITIONAL TEACHING RESOURCES
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POST YOUR PROJECT
Share your project by going to 911day.org and posting your tribute plans for 9/11, including uploading a photo or video of your work.
Lesson 1: The Spirit of Service
Understand the idea of service and connect it with the spirit of unity that transpired and was sustained for months in the wake of the September 11, 2001, attacks.
Lesson 2: A Cause to Believe In
Select one or more causes or organizations to support through a 9/11 Day of Service project launching on September 11, 2012, the eleventh anniversary of the attacks. Projects can last one day, one week, or an entire semester.
Lesson 3: Proud to Be of Service
Plan and execute at least one 9/11 Day of Service project that kicks off on the National Day of Service and Remembrance, September 11, 2012.