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The impact of war is deep and profound. Moving paintings, along with brief narrations from veteran artists and other former soldiers, show scholars how the cost of war is paid for years to come. Individuals dive deeper into the artwork...
What is the best way to explain the devastation of war in an age-appropriate way? Here's a resource that makes it easier for young historians to understand the experiences of soldiers during the Vietnam War. Pupils participate in a...
Ka-Boom goes the land mine! Scholars practice responsibility with a game that takes them through a play zone riddled with obstacles. Pairs work together to cross the field, guiding one another without hitting a land mine.
High schoolers examine the aftermath of war. In this Vietnam War lesson, students consider the implications of war as they analyze the image Siege of An Loc, South Vietnam. High schoolers discuss the causes of the war and the outcome...
Students take a look at how landmines are being used all over the world (with specific focus on Cambodia). Students identify the physical and emotional impact of the use of landmines and how the international community is working to...
Students engage in a discussion of both sides of the arms trade and landmine ban argument. They gain a broader understanding of the impact of landmines on human rights and development. They introduce solutions to the landmine issue.
Students acquire basic insight into the process of demining and beccome aware of risks specific to this type of work. They play games, and role-play based on information they've acquired through the materials imbedded in this plan about...
Students create a variety of poems based on information they gather about the worldwide landmine crisis. They create shape poems, diamante poems and acrostic poems. This is a very nice lesson on poetry, with a strong tie-in to the issue...
Students participate in a game to identify with other people's points of view. They complete a worksheet about minefields and locate them on a map. They work together in groups to identify why the landmines were placed where they were.