Are you looking for ways to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month that are fun and rigorous? Look no further than the thinkLaw Hispanic Heritage Month Bundle.
This bundle includes TWO thinkLaw lessons at a savings of $2.00
Separate is Not Equal puts students in the role of investigator as they examine the landmark case of Mendez v. Westminster. How can Slyvia Mendez prove that separate is not equal? This case paved the way for Brown v. Board of Education. Your students will create an investigation plan. Who should they interview, what evidence should they collect, what questions should they ask? As they go through their investigation more and more information will be revealed!
More than a Symbol examines an ongoing international public policy debate on cultural appropriation by focusing on two incidents. The first is when Disney put in an application to trademark "Day of the Dead" and the second is a lawsuit a group of Mayan woman brought against their government over the use of cultural weavings and patterns. Both incidents ask- should cultural holidays and symbols be trademarked? if so, by whom?
This purchase includes
-Premade Braincandy Questions (Braincandy is a FREE online platform for students to take polls and answer responses with real-time results)
All materials are available for download AND on Google Docs.
These lessons are also available separately using the links below!
Separate is Not Equal: Investigation and DiscoveryMore Than a Symbol: Public Policy Debate