SIMA Engagement Models are designed to inspire global learning and civic skill-building in dynamic and interactive ways. In conjunction with utilizing SIMA Films, educators can employ these models as Lesson Plans or incorporate them into pre-existing curricula across multiple disciplines and class formats.
This FREE Lesson Plan includes:
- The Advocate: Impact Campaign Engagement Model;
- Resources including links to Suggested Film, Common Core Standards, Benefits and Learning Objectives;
- Seeding Impact: A Conversation with Educator Michelle Bernstein- A Discussion with a SIMA Classroom Educator;
- "Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution" Film Resources, Link to Film, and Filmmaker Q&A;
- "Seeding Fear" Film Resources, Link to Film, and Filmmaker Q&A;
- Film Evaluation Metrics Form Worksheet for Students.
The Advocate: Impact Campaign Engagement Model Benefits:
- Understanding and critically evaluating a social issue;
- Engaging with the ecosystem of a social issue and applying it to one’s own community;
- Student collaboration;
- Learning how to structure and execute an actionable campaign;
- Exercising presentation and communication skills;
- Learning how to mobilize a community;
- Understanding and participating in democratic processes.