Resource Inequality: An Experiential Learning Activity for Middle or High School

Resource Inequality: An Experiential Learning Activity for Middle or High School
Resource Inequality: An Experiential Learning Activity for Middle or High School
Resource Inequality: An Experiential Learning Activity for Middle or High School
Resource Inequality: An Experiential Learning Activity for Middle or High School
Resource Inequality: An Experiential Learning Activity for Middle or High School
Resource Inequality: An Experiential Learning Activity for Middle or High School
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We all try to create socially responsible and aware students. This activity on resource inequality can help you do that. It is one of the most effective ways of helping students understand the concept, impact, and effects of resource inequality in our communities and in our world I have ever used. It is also great for helping understand discrimination. Former students who have participated in this activity still remember and are impacted by it years later!

It includes:
-Directions for an impactful activity on resource inequality and its effect on individuals and communities from the local to the international level
-Discussion questions for helping students get the most out of this activity
-A suggested writing prompt to encourage students to continue reflecting on their personal take-away from this activity

This activity is great in many different types of classrooms--from History to Citizenship/Social Responsibility and Economics to Religion. It is even great before teaching novels which address poverty or resource inequality.

Activity duration--approximately two to three standard class periods

Once you have downloaded, looked over, and/or used this, please leave feedback! Thanks!

Rebecca Gettelman

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