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Leader of the Civil Rights Movement and the Apartheid Movement
8th - 12th
Students explore and compare the Civil Rights Movement in the United States with the Anti-Apartheid Movement in Africa. In this World History lesson, students will work in groups to research the answers to seven questions about each of...
South African Short Stories: Apartheid, Civil Rights, and You
10th CCSS: Adaptable
How are short stories from South Africa connected to issues of civil rights in the United States? A unit plan uses South African short stories to discuss issues such as apartheid, colonization, and civil rights. Questions and activities...
Journey to Jo’burg: A South African Story
6th - 8th CCSS: Designed
How did South African apartheid affect the ability of people of color to increase their human capital? Here is a rich lesson in which learners come to understand the relationship between investment in human capital and income, while also...
Writing Exercises: Collapse of European Imperialism, #3
10th - 11th
Learners will explore the collapse of European imperialism. They'll response to three critical thinking questions in essay form. Topics include Pol Pot and Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, South African apartheid, and the role Nelson Mandela,...
Observing Human Rights Day
6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewHow much intervention is appropriate for America to take in cases of human rights violations? Class members ponder a question that has lingered since the birth of America with a series of primary sources that reflect the degree to which...
Allusion as Commentary: Richard Rive's "No Room at Solitaire"
11th - 12th
In Richard Rive's short story "No Room at Solitaire," based largely on the story of Jesus' birth, a poor Black couple seeks shelter at a white restaurant in apartheid-era South Africa and is turned away. Sets the stage for a fruitful...
A Case Study of Racial Prejudice and Discrimination
6th - 8th
Students participate in a simulated form of discrimination as they divide into groups of blue-eyed and non-blue-eyed students. They reflect on their experiences during the role-play and compare their observations to the former system of...
Leaders of the Civil Rights Movement and the Apartheid Movement
9th - 12th
Students research human rights leaders. In this social justice lesson, students research selected websites about the accomplishments of leaders of the Civil Rights and Apartheid movements. Students use their research findings to...
Lesson: David Goldblatt: Structures and Normativity, looking at Photography
9th - 12th
Art can be a vehicle for social change and cultural expression. Upper graders examine the art of photographer David Goldblatt, as it pertains to apartheid, South Africa, and the AIDS epidemic. Discussion questions and image links are...
Writing in First Person about the Atlantic Slave Trade Lesson Plan
6th - 8th
Students investigate the Atlantic slave trade. For this slavery lesson, students watch "Slavery, Society, and Apartheid," as well as "Slave Ship." Students discuss the information presented in the videos, especially St. John's Revolt....
Hate, Anti‐Semitism, & Propaganda in the Holocaust
7th - 9th CCSS: Adaptable
What is a hate symbol, and what role did racism and anti-Semitism play in the Holocaust? Your young historians will answer these questions through a series of engaging and interactive activities, as well as discover how Jews were...
Forbidden Faces: Effects of Taliban Rule on Women in Afghanistan
9th CCSS: Adaptable
The rule of the Taliban and America's war on terror are major issues in today's international affairs. Help acquaint your learners with the Taliban and its rise to power, dispel common misconceptions, and study the effects of their rule...
How Has Colonialism Led to Multilingualism in Africa
10th - 12th
Prepare yourself for a top-notch presentation on colonialism in Africa! Discussed are the reasons for African multilingualism. Maps and a country-by-country look at various colonists that made their mark on the African continent are...
Martin Luther King and Writing as a Tool for Social Change
6th - 8th
Young scholars explore writing as an agent for social change. In this Social Studies lesson, students examine the power of writing using Dr. King's Letter from a Birmingham Jail. Young scholars will practice the technique of persuasive...
African Development: Cultures, Settlers, and Policy Debates
10th - 12th
Discuss the waves of settlers that attempted to colonize the African continent. Racial, social, and political issues relating to each wave of colonization are included. Note: Text is scant and will need to be fully described for the...
Comparing Regimes: Critical Reading of Memoirs and Experiences from Totalitarian Regimes
8th - 12th
Can you imagine living in a totalitarian country? Learners will read several primary source memoirs to gain a deeper understanding of what life is like under a controlled government. They'll discuss each piece in pairs, research...
Famous People - A Quiz on Definite and Indefinite Articles
7th - Higher Ed
This online, interactive worksheet helps English language learners practice identifying the correct article among four options. Feedback is immediate by clicking on the answer button following each questions. It includes 15 questions...
Let Your Motto Be Resistance: African American Portraits
K - 2nd
Students compare and contrast historical and contemporary photographs of important figures in African American history. In this photography analysis lesson, students learn key photography vocabulary and use a Venn Diagram to explore...
Committing to Nonviolence: A Lesson from Viva La Causa
6th - 12th
Students examine the social change movements of the American 20th century. For this nonviolence lesson, students research the work of Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Caesar Chavez. Students compare and contrast the social...
International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
6th - 12th
Students investigate the pass laws that resulted in the Sharpeville Massacre. In this racism lesson, students find information about the massacre and attempt to find similarities to their own lives. They determine how similar incidents...
Gandhi's Non-violent Revolutions: Examining Tools to Make Non-violent
7th - 9th
Students analyze Gandhi's philosophy of nonviolent social change. In this nonviolence and social change lesson, students research a leader from the attached list who practiced nonviolent social change. Students write their own poem...
South Africa Lesson Robben Island: Political Prisoners Across Borders and Time
9th - 12th
Students study political prisoners from different geographic and chronologic periods. They define similarities in the prisoners experiences and characters before conducting further research into contemporary political prisoners.
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