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CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION 2015
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
shbrook Constitutional Convention Interactive site authored by Professor George Lloyd of Pepperdine University. Objective: student analyze and...
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION 2015 - SLAVERY ISSUE
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
Objective: To have students analyze and evaluate the day-to-day decisions involving slavery at the Constitutional Convention as well as compare...
Teach Human Rights: Human Trafficking
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
One of the most disturbing problems of our globalized society is the continued presence of human trafficking. It is a human rights crime that traps...
Child Trafficking: Lesson (9-12)
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
Child trafficking is a human rights violation affecting millions of children. Children are trafficked into labor, exploited in mines and fisheries,...
Child Trafficking: Activity
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
Child trafficking is a human rights violation affecting millions of children. Children are trafficked into labor, exploited in mines and fisheries,...
Child Trafficking: Lesson (6-8)
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  • Social Studies
  • Middle School
Child trafficking is a human rights violation affecting millions of children. Children are trafficked into labor, exploited in mines and fisheries,...
Teacher's Guide to Combatting Human Trafficking
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  • Health
  • High School
There are many avenues of approach that our communities – homes, schools, workplaces, law enforcement agencies, and advocacy groups – can take to...
Teach Human Rights
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58 Lessons and Resources, 2 Collections

Get ideas and free resources to teach your K-12 students about a range of human rights issues, past and present. These curated activities will help students to understand better what human rights are, develop a global awareness of human rights and learn what they can do to make a difference if they find areas for improvement for others.

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Compare Past Slavery to Modern Slavery
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SWBAT create presentations that compare Frederick Douglass's experience as a slave to some aspect of modern slavery
Lesson Plan: Understanding Modern-Day Slavery
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
This lesson introduces students to modern-day forms of slavery and human trafficking in the United States.