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Persuasive Writing Essays that Teach Students About Important Social and Political Issues in Our Country! With this resource I have provided a brief grade level appropriate overview of two sides of common social and political issues that many Americans are discussing. The students are then asked t
This Google resource will help guide student research on a social or environmental justice issue of their choosing. Students will need to conduct their own research for this project. There is no information on these slides about social and environmental justice issues. There are links to websites wh
This social issue project weaves in so many Common Core writing, listening, and speaking standards! Great to keep a language arts or gifted class highly engaged. What you will love about this is that student directions, handouts, graphic organizers, and the grading rubric are already made
Fun Theory is a great fun lesson to let your students explore the social issues they see in their daily lives AND then propose a solution for these that is fun, not punitive.This lesson is great as part of an inventions unit, social issues discussion, or an EFL or ESL discussion class.This lesson be
UPDATED 2018 This updated project includes an introduction to the project, an introduction to ten artists who create Art in response to social issues and a self evaluation criteria. I teach this project with my grade 8/9 split arts education class, but have also used it successfully at the high sch
Citizen Advocacy project in which students pick an issues facing americans to research and present found information to their classmates via a poster/brochure/flyer.
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Students will work in group to research a social issue closely related to the novel Fahrenheit 451. The topics include illiteracy, drug abuse, population explosion, violence, censorship, etc. Students work as a group to create a PowerPoint that is to be presented to the class.
My high school students LOVE Pop Art. This particular project is based on the aspect of Pop Art that involves commentary on social issues (think Keith Haring, Robert Rauschenberg, and Richard Hamilton) Note: This is part of the Pop Art Unit Bundle Included in the Zip file: -Teacher guide for the
Are you looking for a relevant, artistic, and socially relevant art projects for your students to complete for Black history month? Or perhaps ANY time of the year?This is the project for your class.Goals for this mini-unitFamiliarize students with the work of the prominent black artist, Romare Bear
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This project involves students researching real-life social issues that appear in The Great Gatsby and connecting them with the novel. It incorporates MANY ELA Common Core State Standards, including reading non-fiction articles, relating the text to real life, presenting information orally by utiliz
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education
This project is about creating a media campaign around 1 of 10 social issues prevalent around the world. There is a letter to the editor, creating media (either through a blog or other resource), and creating a PSA. This engages students in civic issues and can be paired with lessons or books surrou
This product brings social justice into your mathematics classroom as students pick a social issue to research. Students will research the topic of their choice and conduct their own survey in order to compare and analyse their data with the data they found. Some ideas for this resource include: cla
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Grades:
7th - 8th
This project is designed to be the summative assessment for any contemporary dystopian novel (Examples: Feed by M.T. Anderson; Unwind by Neal Shusterman; Wither by Lauren DeStefano etc.). Includes student-facing materials below:-Assignment description and task list-Two outlines: brainstorming and pr
Grades:
9th - 12th
This is an editable persuasive writing project where students write about an social justice issue.This is great for end-of-year writing.
This resource includes:A social issue research taskSample social issuesResearch question development taskThesis development taskResearch directionsNote-catcher for researchAn outline for the essay
I made this for my Sociology and Psychology class, but you could use this in Civics as well!Students will be creating a project on current social Issues. I have class discussion questions before to kick off the project, guidelines for the project, a rubric, and a list of potential social issues that
Grades:
8th - 12th, Adult Education
I use this list of social issues in conjunction with a mini-lesson about propaganda. We talk about using art as a positive "weapon." After watching his Ted Talk and studying the art of Titus Kaphur, students choose an issue they are passionate about and make a piece of propaganda about it. See my TP
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Have students pick a social issue that is debatable. Have students research both sides of this issue and come up with a side to prove within their writing. This file includes directions, objectives, and an outline of the entire project!
This was a high interest project with my 8th graders. In this project, students choose a global social issue that they can connect with to research. Students take their information and create a Google Sites page to show their peers about their topic. Some of the elements students present include: ba
Grades:
6th - 10th
During this project, students will measure themselves, measure action figures/dolls, and scale up the doll proportionally to life size, based on their height. Then, they will trace themselves on a large piece of butcher block paper. On that same paper, they will sketch out the life-sized doll propor
Students choose a social issue, research it via databases, create a works cited page, outline their argument with the Toulmin Model of Argumentation and create an informative/persuasive brochure. Rubric and outline template included.
This project is designed to teach research skills in a way that provides students real-world application. They choose a social issue, research, then create a presentation for their peers. There is also a self-reflection and peer-reflection portion.
Grades:
10th - 12th
I have been asked the question many times, “What does Romeo and Juliet have to do with us today?”  Well, the answer to that is...LOTS!  One thing is that there are many social issues in Romeo and Juliet that are similar to issues that we have in our society today.  By reading the play, we can delve
Fun Theory is a great fun lesson to let your students explore the social issues they see in their daily lives AND then propose a solution for these that is fun, not punitive.This lesson is great as part of an inventions unit, social issues discussion, or an EFL or ESL discussion class.This lesson be

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