We found 73 resources with the keyterm justice
Justice After the HolocaustLesson Planet
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Though there could be no true justice for the horrors of the Holocaust, many of those responsible for crimes against humanity were found guilty in the eyes of the law. Using primary and secondary sources in the 16th installment of a...
The Whole Truth and Nothing But the Truth????Lesson Planet
K - 2nd
After listening to Jon Scieska’s The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs, groups discuss whether they think the wolf is telling the truth, whether he deserves punishment, and if so what punishment he deserves. You might use this lesson early...
Speak Write! Understanding the Hidden Meaning of WordsLesson Planet
8th - 10th CCSS: Adaptable
"Can the connotation of a word or phrase create bias or prejudice?" The activities in this SMART Board lesson are directed toward this question, which will be sure to incite lots of opinions and ideas. The SMART Board file guides them...
An Experiment in Unfair Treatment/PrejudiceLesson Planet
3rd - 12th
A rigged spelling bee gives class members a chance to experience some of the feelings associated with unfair treatment. Team one is given easy words while team two is given difficult words. As teams realize the unfairness the instructor...
We the People: The Citizen and the ConstitutionLesson Planet
3rd - 8th
Robert Coles’ The Story of Ruby Bridges forms the basis of this powerful cross-curricular study of civic education and civic responsibility. Class members consider how the book presents authority, responsibility, justice, and privacy.....
The Bill of Rights and the Supreme CourtLesson Planet
9th - 12th
Students explore what the United States would be like today if the Bill of Rights had never been written. In this exploring the constitution lesson, students research Supreme Court cases that were heard in the early years of the U.S....
Understanding Justice, Kindness and ToleranceLesson Planet
Ninth graders consider the implications of racism and prejudice. In this character education lesson, 9th graders participate in a classroom activity that requires them to consider how self-deception and self-betrayal contribute to racism.