Classroom Resources 

For The GO FORTH Generation

Discover Your Neighbor (DYN) offers unique materials and lessons to inspire young people to "Go Forth" as agents of faith, love, and service.

Designed specifically for globally-minded educators who want to guide their students toward making a difference in their world!

Designed specifically for globally-minded educators who want to guide their students toward making a difference in their world!


2019 Lesson Plans

(Issue #3 - Winter/Lent Time)

ECONOMIC JUSTICE

2018 Lesson Plans

Objective, Economic Justice 2019
During Lent, we remember those who continue to be crucified. Students will be able to DEFINE “human trafficking” and give[...]
Step 1: Pray
Jesus, remember me.You knew struggle during your time in the desert.When my days are long and I cry out your[...]
Step 2: Make Personal Connections
Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She is grateful for the work and the skills she has learned as a pastry chef. But[...]

An interactive education program for teachers sponsored by the Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers


LEARN ABOUT OUR LESSON TOPICS

Explore the topics and lesson plans to offer your class during the 2018 school year. See what we're working on to bring you the most informative and engaging models for your classroom programs.

DYN lesson plans use global issues to examine those on the margins of society, explores how we think and feel, and guides how youth can act to share God's love with those in need.

CARE OF CREATION

FALL / ORDINARY TIME

Pope Francis challenges us to change the "throwaway culture" we live in – what are we called to do in response to the Pope's challenge?
MIGRATION

ADVENT

Journey with migrants throughout our faith tradition and explore our call to love all people in light of global migration.
ECONOMIC JUSTICE

LENT

Live a faith that values all people by discovering and responding to global needs as Jesus would.
GO FORTH

EASTER / PENTECOST

Answer the call to encounter the
world as a living sign of God's love.


ECONOMIC JUSTICE

DRIVEN BY LOVE


During Lent, we remember those who continue to be crucified. Students will be able to define “human trafficking” and give some examples of it. They will learn to identify one step they can take to have a positive effect on eliminating human trafficking. They will learn to understand how our faith calls us to respond to human trafficking through doing research, listening exercises, and presentations designed to give practical ways to break the bonds of human trafficking. 

Classroom Activities
Classroom Activities
  • Prayer & Reflection​​​​​​
  • Make Personal Connections
  • Faith Perspectives
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    Neighbor Focus
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    Exploring Scripture & Traditions
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    Lessons on How To Take Action

ECONOMIC JUSTICE

Get started today with our new course program for the 2018 / 19 school year to foster a mission-centered perspective in youth, and guide your students toward making a difference in their world.


Catholic mission education