This activity allows students to consider their and other's beliefs about the current state of human rights around the world.
Four Corner Discussions are an amazing way to get students out of their seats and talking! Sometimes though, students have the tendency to camp out in one spot, follow their friends, or need more time to think and process.
This guide can be giving as homework the day before a Four Corners Discussion or at the beginning of class so that students can independently plan their position and reasoning.
Less staying in one class, less following friends, more deep discussion!
Each Four Corners guide comes with a written reflection for after discussion WITH scoring rubric.
Files are Word Documents so adjustments can be made to perfectly match your curriculum!
You may need to adjust margins to .5 so that table is formatted correctly.