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Lesson Plan: How Derek Chauvin trial highlights trauma of police brutality
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Derek Chauvin has been charged in the murder of George Floyd and the prosecution and defense are using two very different tactics to highlight their cases. This lesson plan has students analyze the facts of the Derek Chauvin trial as well as any potential stereotypes used in the case and the racial undertones thereof.

Subject:
Social Science
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
PBS
Author:
PBS Newshour
Ricky House
Date Added:
06/02/2021
Teaching Ferguson to Adult English Language Learners
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In response to the police shooting of Mike Brown and the numerous protests and civil unrest that followed the shooting and grand jury decision, students were eager to learn about what was going on in St. Louis and Ferguson. Students saw boarded up windows walking to class. Some were afraid and not sure of their safety. They were encouraged to talk to staff about their fears and general personal safety lessons were also reviewed. The following is a story based on what was in the news. Suggested activities include: showing videos and news pictures from the web. Circle key words. Alphabetize key words. Ask students “What’s number 3?, 5?” Etc. Students can also do this in pairs. Worksheet of questions about the story. Students can also read these in pairs when completed. True false worksheet. Cloze of part of the story. Multi-level dictation of the story. Matching pictures to key words. Discussion about civil rights history, racism, police, safety.

Subject:
English Language Arts
Material Type:
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Author:
Angy Folkes
Date Added:
01/20/2017