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Black Lives Matter
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Black Lives Matter

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An introduction lesson to the Black Lives Matter movement. Very succinct, summarises WHY the current movement is happening, looks at past cases, and discusses the “All Lives” vs “Black Lives” argument. Final task of creating a protest poster for a BLM protest. Learning Targets: Understand the inequality and systemic oppression face by black people Success Criteria: Create a BLM protest poster Introduction to lesson: Show a number of shooting victims who were killed by the police and then reveal what they were doing at the time of their deaths - Showing the innocent actions they were doing Statistics on deaths by police according to race Dylann Roof vs Tamir Rice - Why did one deserve to die? Why are we talking about this? - George Floyd backstory All Lives vs Black Lives discussion + video Examples of BLM protest posters Final task: create a BLM protest poster using symbolism they use and different hashtags popularised by the movement.
School Shootings - USA
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School Shootings - USA

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Brief introduction to the history of School Shootings in the USA and how this impacts young people in different ways. Learning Targets : To uncover the history of School Shootings in America. to understand how gun violence impacts young people in school Focuses on three different shootings - Columbine, Sandy Hook, Parkland As respectful as possible -No shooters names are used to discourage idolizing these individuals. Focus on the mental health impacts this has on victims/parents and the victims in the shootings themselves. Youtube video embedded - Barack Obama reacting to Sandy Hook Final Task - Writing a conclusion. An introduction on how to write an introduction and then a graph to draw your own conclusions from.