ALPHABETICAL INDEX FOR THE LETTER “H”

The suggested age range appears in brackets at the end of each entry. Topics relating to Social and Emotional Learning

appear after the term “SEL”. “Moral-Ethical Emphasis” is a reference to Character Counts’ Six Pillars of Character.

 

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, MN, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z

Hamlet

The Best of TWM

(Drama/England; SEL: Revenge, Fighting, Grieving; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Respect; Caring) [12+]

Handel’s Last Chance

(Biography; Music/Classical; World/England & Ireland; SEL: Talent; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Trustworthiness; Caring) [6-12]

Hawaii

(U.S./1812 – 1860 & Hawaii; Religions/Christianity; SEL: None; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Respect; Caring) [12+]

Happy Feet

Talking and Playing for Growth

(SEL: Friendship; Courage; Self-Esteem; Disabilities; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Responsibility; Respect; Caring) [5 – 8]

The Help

(US 1945-1991, Diversity & Mississippi; SEL: Self-Esteem, Friendship, Courage; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Respect) [13+]

Hercules

(An Examination After a Unit on Greek Mythology for Differences Between Movie and Myth; Mythology) [10+]

Hester Street

The Best of TWM

(U.S./1865 – 1913; Diversity & New York; SEL: Families in Crisis; Marriage; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Responsibility; Trustworthiness) [12+]

Hidden Figures

(U.S. 1940 – 1991, Diversity, and Virginia; Mathematics; Science-Technology;; Cinema; SEL: Courage; Human Rights; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Respect) [13+]

High Noon

For American History and Civics Classes

(U.S./The Frontier & the West, 1865 – 1913 and 1945 – 1991 (the Red Scare); Cinema; SEL: Marriage; Leadership; Courage; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Responsibility; Citizenship) [11+]

High Noon

For ELA Classes

(Literature/Myths of the Western genre; Literary devices: symbol; motif; foil; and expository phase; SEL: Marriage; Leadership; Courage; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Responsibility; Citizenship) [11+]

High Noon

Snippet Lesson Plan

On the Expository Phase ELA: Expository Phase [12+; snippet: 15 minutes, 20 seconds; lesson: one to two class periods]

High School Musical

(Dance; Drama/Musicals; SEL: Breaking Out; Friendship, Peer Pressure; Father/Son; Talent; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Respect; Caring) [8 – 14]

Hiroshima Maiden

(U.S./1941 – 1991; World/WW-II and Japan; SEL: Courage; Friendship; Human Rights; Peer Pressure; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Responsibility; Caring) [9 – 13]

Winslow Homer: An American Original

(U.S./1861 – 1913; Visual Arts; Medicine-Psychiatry; Biography; SEL: Talent; Grieving; Mental Illness; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Trustworthiness; Responsibility) [8 – 12]

Hoop Dreams

(Sports/Basketball; U.S. 1991 – Present & Illinois; SEL: Sportsmanship; Breaking Out; Talent; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Responsibility Fairness) [10+]

Hoosiers

(Sports/Basketball; U.S. 1945 – 1991 & Indiana; SEL: Teamwork; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Male Role Model; Father/Son; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Trustworthiness, Responsibility, Caring) [11+]

Horton Hears a Who!

Talking and Playing for Growth

(SEL: Friendship; Courage; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Responsibility; Respect; Caring) [4 – 8]

Hotel Rwanda

The Best of TWM

(World/Rwanda & the Post-Cold War Era; U.S./1991 – present; SEL: Human Rights; Courage; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Responsibility; Citizenship) [14+]

The Human Rights of Artists

Lesson Plan

Based on “For Love or Country — The Arturo Sandoval Story”

High School and Middle./Jr. High World History and any fine arts curriculum, especially music.

The suggested age range appears in brackets at the end of each entry. Topics relating to Social and Emotional Learning

appear after the term “SEL”. “Moral-Ethical Emphasis” is a reference to Character Counts’ Six Pillars of Character.

 

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, MN, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z