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Reflections of Social Justice

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Amy Leigh Zschaber

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Reflections of Social Justice
Amy Zschaber GAEA Fall Conference 2013
Ask your students:
1. Why are people treated unfairly?
2. What injustice(s) do you suffer?
3. What injustice(S) do you witness?
4. How can you change the world?
With your students:
1. Discuss the Holocaust
2. Examine Nazi Youth propaganda
3. Examine Allied propaganda


Model for your students:
1. Identify "big" topics
2. Make your own poster
Ask your students:
1. Do you think Germany deserved
to be punished after World War II?

2. What kind of punishment do you
think the country deserved?

Watch
propaganda video about
the building of the Berlin Wall:
Ask
students, "What do you
think happened next?
Watch
artist interview about tearing down the Berlin Wall:
Discuss
if students' hypotheses were accurate.
Examine
graffiti on the
Western side of wall.
Identify
modern graffiti masters.
Ask
students to identify metaphorical
Berlin Walls in the contemporary world.
Students
apply
what
they have learned,
and
adapt
it to create an
original "wall" panel.
Your turn
:
1. Select a topic of social justice
2. Compose a "wall" about your topic
3. You may use mobile devices to
research (if needed)
4. At the end, we will combine our
walls to make one large artwork
artful.artsy.amy@gmail.com www.amyzschaber.com
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