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Art Detectives: Mystery of the Stolen Mona Lisa
Follow the clues of the stolen Mona Lisa and see if you can determine who the real culprit was. Students will examine the top suspects in the greatest art theft in history and write about who they think took the painting. This lesson has been carefully researched for historical accuracy. The facts,
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Tom Sawyer: Muff Potter trial re-enactment
Thorough guidelines and worksheets for an extended role-play activity in which students will attempt to give Muff Potter a fair trial following proper courtroom procedure. The activity takes about four days, and should be conducted before students read Chapter 24 of Tom Sawyer, which covers the tri
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History & Criminal Justice: Human Rights & Music Project
Students compare songs and determine the human right issue that is present in both songs. Students have an opportunity by creating their own lyrics for the songs integrating the human rights issue and prepare coordinating posters. This activity provides a practice grouping of songs that have a com
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History & Criminal Justice: Hate Crimes Public Service Announcement Project (PSA
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Hammurabi's Code Activity
After reading and discussing Hammurabi's Code students will get into small groups and create their own "code of law." To extend this activity they could make a poster of their new rules and present. Includes reflection questions for individuals to complete at the end.
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School Shootings and Targeted Violence
I just made this assignment for my Human Studies class in light of the recent events in Parkland, Florida. We talked about school shootings in general, and objectively discussed what to do to prevent them. My students were super engaged with this. Includes article links and 8 discussion questions fo
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Crime and Law (A): Police Encounters Role Play  (Adult ESL)
In this intermediate challenge, your student will be faced with a police interaction scenario. Students will practice a variety of scenarios when speaking to the police. Police encounters should not be taken lightly, especially when students are in a different country. This worksheet is still a fun
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Analyzing Police Shootings, 2016
In the wake of the increasing tension and violence between the African American community and law enforcement, this activity was one of many that were implemented in a counter-cultural revolution unit comparing the 1960's to Black Lives Matter of today. This is to help students learn how to resear
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Gun Control - Model UN simulation
Are you fascinated, disturbed, motivated, galvanized by the current school safety / gun control debates going on in the country right now. Yet you feel you can’t really deal with the topic because you teach Geography, World Cultures, Global Studies, etc. Well, here is a way to engage your students
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Jackie Robinson GPS 2nd Grade Jeopardy
25 slide PPT file Jackie Robinson themed jeopardy game! Aligned with the Georgia Performance Standards for 2nd grade social studies. You can play this PowerPoint as a real baseball game, with you as the "pitcher" and the student answering the question as the "batter" and if they answer the questio
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Genocide Political Cartoons
Here is another way for students to examine and learn about Genocide. This contains four pages, each page shows two cartoons and questions for each cartoon. Questions are from the National Archives.
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Film Guide for Philadelphia (1993) Dir. Jonathan Demme Starring Tom Hanks
This is a 15-page film guide for the study of the film Philadelphia (1993), which was directed by Jonathan Demme and stars Tom Hanks and Denzel Washington. This powerful and significant film may be viewed in an International Baccalaureate film course, a social studies course, a health class, or an
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Thurgood Marshall - Who Am I?
Students present a short, autobiographical account of the essential contributions of Thurgood Marshall to Black History. Costumes and props can be added to produce an authentic dramatic portrayal. This presentation can be used as a segment of a class Black History project, or as part of a Black Hi
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Romeo and Juliet Unit
Romeo and Juliet unit covers each act culminating with a heavy-in-research, cross-curricular mock trial. Unit includes great, high-interest lessons with a few lessons thrown in for students who have opted out of the fun stuff. Common core aligned so that you don't have to!
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SAMPLE: Ferguson & Structural Racism
This lesson utilizes articles from the September 1, 2014 issue of TIME Magazine which covered the shooting and subsequent protests in Ferguson, MI. The lesson discusses systemic racism, police brutality, class warfare, mobilization, the War on Drugs, and more. *Note* it is intended for having printo
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SOCIAL STUDIES/HISTORY WRITING RESEARCH PROMPT: HALLOWEEN: WITCHES
THIS IS A GOOD TIME TO STUDY WHAT HAPPENED AT THE SALEM WITCH TRIALS. STUDENTS CAN SHARE DIFFERENT POINTS OF VIEW. THIS IS GOOD FOR A MOCK TRIAL CLUB!
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Human rights, Chile - Violeta Parra (1), Carmen Quintana (2) - SP Intermediate 2
I met Carmen Quintana when she was being treated for her burns in Montreal. The first time was at the hospital where I was acting as an interpreter for a friend writing an article about her. I am a Spanish teacher and hospitals are not my thing, nor is seeing a severely burned person. But I am happy
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Chapter-by-Chapter Study Guide for Fr. Boyle's "Tattoos on the Heart"
Fr. Boyle discusses his view of "boundless compassion" in a demonized community which will open eyes and hearts. This is an alternative and humane view to the "lock up all the gangbangers and throw away the key" mentality currently favored by many criminal justice professionals.
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Black History Month: Martin Luther King, Jr.
Objective: Identify three movements attributed to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Activity: Create a 3D pyramid about Dr. King, Jr. Once the pyramid is created, research his life at the King Center. This activity is designed to start a class discussion about Dr. King, Jr., his nonviolent approach
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The Admissions Game, 1840
Your US history class (grades 7 and up) becomes the Admissions Committee for the fictitious United States University, inducting its first Freshman class in 1840. Which movers and shakers of the day will be accepted? Your students will write Recommendation Letters for their candidates and then your w
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SOCIAL STUDIES/CIVICS/GOVERNMENT WRITING PROMPT: THE JURY SYSTEM
Students comment on the jury system, and how other nations have abolished this system. Thanks for visiting!
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Becoming a Global Citizen
This resource is the first lesson for primary school aged students to begin their journey of changing the world. Learning objective: To understand that we have rights and corresponding responsibilities as Global Citizens. It includes a self-explanatory lesson in the form of a powerpoint present
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Africa puts Europe on Trial
This is a project that has students learning about the impact of colonization in Africa then and now through a mock trial. Roles vary in difficulty so that as a teacher you can assign roles based on ability so that everyone enjoys the project.
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Domestic Violence Infographic
A4 formatted Infographic on Domestic Violence statistics and the Cycle of Violence as described in Lenore Walker's book The Battered Woman. This infographic is designed to help assist classroom teachers giving lessons about domestic violence during Domestic Violence Month. NOTE: This infographis c
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