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Human Rights

Students explore the importance of laws and the need to speak up against wrong doing and how to bring change in society and in the law. They discuss the needs and concerns of others. Students explore the concept of bias and prejudice. They discuss the Declaration of Human Rights.

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Grade
8th - 12th
Subjects
World History
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Instructional Strategy
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