Protestant Reformation: a Lesson In Social Justice
is an activity to think about the purpose of protests. Students identify the big ideas from photos of protests from different decades. Students reflect on social issues in their current time that they believe should change. Students make connections between modern protests and that of study of the protestant reformation.
This activity is meant to be a way to make connections between the Protestant Reformation and more modern reforms. This lesson does not focus specifically on the events of the Protestant Reformation.
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Protestant Reformation: Newspaper, Social Justice Activity, and Journal Prompts.
Included in this guide:
-Detailed teacher's guide
-Pictures on protests in different decades in PDF available to print or display on screen
-Student directions for launching a social justice campaign
-Full materials list
- Students will identify unifying themes between photos.
- Students will use images to discern big ideas related to protest and reform.
- Students will develop campaigns for social justice on an issue of importance to them.
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