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SO...What's the Challenge?

Grade Level Grades 3-5
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Students examine their personal experiences with intolerance, as a victim or perpetrator, and consider the consequences of just standing by when others are targeted. Students work towards creating a product to influence their peers to reverse trends of intolerance and prejudice, particularly against those with intellectual disabilities. This lesson would work well in a unit that explores civic responsibility, societal influence, human experience, or peer pressure. This lesson could also be used in social studies, particularly civic responsibility.

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