Who Do You Trust When Your Life Is at Stake?

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Gabriel and Aluel fled their village, which was under attack. Now they must make a series of decisions to survive: Who should they trust? Where should they go? Scholars consider their options and apply them to the larger problems facing refugees using a lesson plan that includes role-play, discussion, and writing exercises.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Use worksheets and case study to analyze the decisions refugees make to survive
Classroom Considerations

  • Second installment of a six-part series
  • Images of violence may make some students uncomfortable
Pros

  • Scenarios are relatable to middle schoolers
  • Activities allow for learner-led discussion
Cons

  • None