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Junior/Senior High Lesson Plans

Have students work in small groups. Have groups look at different pages from The Famous 5 website, including the Profiles and The 'Persons' Case  pages below, to identify examples of social and political action without focusing on providing details or analyzing the sources.

Ask each group to use the Setting the stage student resource to record their examples. Students can be asked to record sentences and any illustrations they found using the storyboard format of this student resource.

Ask students to consider what they might like to find out about different ways of taking action on issues and causes. Work with the students to create a list of inquiry questions. Students can use the For my inquiry student resource located below to record their questions.

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