13th: A Netflix Documentary on the History of Mass Incarceration {A Film Guide}

13th:  A Netflix Documentary on the History of Mass Incarceration {A Film Guide}
13th:  A Netflix Documentary on the History of Mass Incarceration {A Film Guide}
13th:  A Netflix Documentary on the History of Mass Incarceration {A Film Guide}
13th:  A Netflix Documentary on the History of Mass Incarceration {A Film Guide}
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The film 13th changed the way I taught To Kill a Mockingbird forever. If you are teaching anything about the Civil Rights Movement, literature about racial inequality, or are simply teaching the very topic of mass incarceration in your classrooms this year, the documentary should be on your must-see list!

FILM TRAILER: CLICK HERE

If you've seen the film and deemed it appropriate for your course of study and age group, then this film viewing guide is perfect for you! This 4-page guide attempts to highlight the major issues for kids to focus on and give them a streamlined way to think about the film. Classroom tested, this film guide comes with an answer key to help teachers start, continue, and spark new conversations throughout the film.

SUGGESTED PAIRINGS:

  • To Kill a Mockingbird
  • Dear Martin
  • The Hate U Give
  • Invisible Man Got the Whole World Watching
  • Song of Solomon
  • A Raisin in the Sun

What's included?

-4-page film guide

-Answer key for teachers

Total Pages
8 pages
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Teaching Duration
3 days
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