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To Kill a Mockingbird Reflective Essay Writing Prompt
10th - Higher Ed
Students complete a reflective essay as a concluding assignment after reading To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. In this reflective essay lesson, students read the novel and use the prompt to write a reflective essay for the text.
Leaders, Laborers, and Other Perspectives of World War II
10th - 11th
How did the women in France feel about their country’s involvement in World War II? Class groups are assigned a country involved in WWII, and individuals within the group adopt the point of view of leaders, laborers, businessmen, women,...
Lesson: Collect Oral Histories About the Genocide in Guatemala
7th - Higher Ed CCSS: Designed
Begin this powerful study on the Guatemalan genocide with a nine-minute video clip, which can be easily found online. The excerpt introduces the class to this tragedy through a personal account, which is what they will be collecting....
Student Opinion: How Far Would You Go for Fashion?
7th - 12th
Is being uncomfortable worth it if you look good? Inspire discussion about fashion and culture with a brief New York Times article about painful fashion. Whether used as a persuasive essay prompt or as a discussion starter, class members...
Student Opinion: What Have You and Your Family Accomplished Together?
7th - 12th
Facilitate discussion about goals and family relationships with this resource from the New York Times and The Learning Network. After reading through an excerpt about Marshall Reid, a sixth grader who worked with his family to create...
Race and Crime in the United States: Are We Victims of Discrimination or Antiheroes?
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Using methods adopted by Public Policy Analysts (PPA) class groups define a social problem, gather evidence to document the existence of the problem, identify causes, evaluate existing policies designed to deal with the problem, develop...