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Thursday 1.19.17

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Amy Swanson

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Thursday 1.19.17
Do now: Revenge
"Revenge is an act of passion; vengeance of justice. Injuries are revenged; crimes are avenged."
--Samuel Johnson

Picto Quiz
Social Justice
We are beginning a unit centered around the concept of social justice. Today, we'll talk about what social justice is according to our own definitions. Answer the questions on the anticipation guide and be prepared to discuss.
swimming for her life
One place in the world that has been in the news lately for social justice issues is Syria. Today we'll read an article about a Syrian refugee. Here's how we will proceed:
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Read the article to yourself.
Practice by selecting text evidence.
Read the article as a class.
Compare answers with a peer.
Compare answers with the whole class.
Less Loudly Sung Heroes of the Civil Rights Movement
In the past, this unit has been centered more closely on the civil rights movement. As the years have progressed, we have begun to diversify the content to include some social justice issues from other parts of the world, and some that reflect the current moment in history. However, we still want you to learn about the civil rights movement. This year, we'll be assigning you to research an individual who was instrumental in the civil rights movement but doesn't receive the same amount of "air time" in school curricula. These are the "less loudly sung" heroes of the movement. Each of you will randomly draw a person to research. You will be asked to create a collage of photos reflecting the person's life, his or her accomplishments in the movement, and the struggles he or she faced. In addition, you'll prepare a brief presentation on this person to share with the class.
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