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Module 1, Lesson 2
Transcript of Module 1, Lesson 2
Write about 1 image you saw that shows the "promise" of Article 1.
*I can use text and visual image to help me understand human rights.
*I can follow our class norms when I participate in a conversation
*I can explain some of the main events that relate to the history of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) by making a human timeline with my peers..
*I can follow our class norms when I participate in a conversation."
Revisiting our definition
of human rights
"For Every Child"
Share with a partner.
What might examples of
human rights be?
Talk with a partner and
then write in the examples
box from lesson 1
"All humans are born free in dignity and rights."
*Pay attention to the images and think about 1 image that shows the "promise" of Article 1.
A Short History of Human Rights: Key Events
Questions about the UDHR
Where did this document come from?
Why was it written?
Who wrote it?
Ex. Your life...birth, starting school, fifth grade
Timeline: a visual to show the order in which things happened.
Review Close Readers Do These Things Anchor Chart
*Read the text aloud
*Reread it on their own
*Talk about what it means
*Focus on important words. Pay particular attention to any words that are about time and when things happened.
Give each group one of the "A Short History of the UDHR sentence strips. Students work and discuss together
A LONG TIME AGO
(Creating a human timeline)
Distribute "A Short History of the UDHR"
*What I Know Now about the
History of the UDHR*
*Read the "Short History of UDHR"
*Focus on the sentence your group read: What happened?
Why was it important?
*Discuss with a partner and make notes on "Short History of UDHR" handout
Throughout, in, during, after
**Reread "A Short History of the UDHR". Make some notes in the margins about what you now understand and any questions you still have. Tell someone about the history of the UDHR. Why do people in New York feel a special connection to the UDHR and the United Nations?