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Huckleberry Finn Slavery and Racism Multimedia Response Stations

Huckleberry Finn Slavery and Racism Multimedia Response Stations
Huckleberry Finn Slavery and Racism Multimedia Response Stations
Huckleberry Finn Slavery and Racism Multimedia Response Stations
Huckleberry Finn Slavery and Racism Multimedia Response Stations
Huckleberry Finn Slavery and Racism Multimedia Response Stations
Huckleberry Finn Slavery and Racism Multimedia Response Stations
Huckleberry Finn Slavery and Racism Multimedia Response Stations
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These stations could be used for The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, To Kill a Mockingbird, or similar texts. The project is designed for students to visit various stations around the room, and each one challenges them to look at a different creative depiction of or response to the idea of racism. Students will read and respond to companion texts, write their own creative response, analyze art, create art, and listen to music. The goal is for students to look at the idea of race through new lenses and respond in a relevant and personal way.
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11 pages
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Does not apply
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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