Looking at Prejudice from Differing Viewpoints

Bias and prejudice are everywhere in the world today. Help your students become critical readers, writers, and members of society with this lesson, which takes them through the different perspectives of prejudice and biased writing. Sources for the biased writing can be from the news, and students determine the writer's intent based on a few loaded terms.

10th - 12th Social Studies & History 28 Views 14 Downloads
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