Mirroring: Human Rights
Students work with a partner to experience mirroring one another's movements. They take turns initiating and then copying each other's movements and then discuss which role was the most comfortable for them and why.
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History and Human Rights: A Process for Analyzing Events
Students analyze various American History topics which concern human rights. They research the topics and analyze the sources for bias or stereotype. They decide and discuss whether or not any human right were violated in each...
7th - 12th Social Studies & History
Windows and Mirrors: Examining Pictures Through a Human Rights Lens
Students select a picture from a given set and participate in a discussion about the picture. Students discuss the rights from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that can be associated with their pictues. Students group the...
1st - Higher Ed Social Studies & History
Literature And Human Rights: Questions to Apply to Literature, Other Texts, and Media
Students answer a variety of discussion questions about human rights and how they may apply to and influence formal literature, the media, educational textbooks, advertising, and commercial publications.
7th - Higher Ed Social Studies & History
Looking At Science And Technology From a Human Rights Perspective
Students answer discussion questions and analyze technological innovations, scientific discoveries, and environmental crises from a human rights perspective. They research and report back to the class about a related topic.
9th - Higher Ed Social Studies & History
Sing if you're glad to be recognised by the law
Equal rights, state law, and Civil Partnerships is the topic of this class discussion. Upper graders hone their research skills to engage in an intelligent and well-supported discussion on the Civil Partnership Act of 2004. Provided are...
10th - 12th Social Studies & History