Civil Right Segragation: Seperate but Equal?
This lesson explore segragation through action research done in a year 3 classroom in 1968 America. The teacher dives into the issue through recreating segragation through the use of eye colour. This lesson is meeant to promote critical thinking and challenge pupils' thinking. How &'factual&'; are her 'facts&' (ie. the last pupil with their book open is brown eyed- fact, however is it a fact that this happens because they&';re borwn eyed?) Can lead nicely to a reflective study of grammar schools, setted streaming of pupils, sexism, etc. This lesson is adapted from


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