Which Witch is Which? Countering Stereotyping by Creating a Public Service Announcement (SEL).

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This 90 minute lesson examines the concept of being an up-stander instead of a by- stander as students learn how to identify a witch in old Salem Village. Students will create a public service announcement, a Prezi, or an animated presentation to counter stereotyping. This lesson encourages students to take the perspective of a person accused of a crime they did not commit and will help introduce themes of Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible. The lesson is aligned to the Common Core Standards for ELA and to the Ohio State Content Standards for ELA.

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October 2018
Interesting angle. I like the organization. The standards that were added are excellent and well done.
May 2018
Good lesson for SEL. I edited the title, description, and I added standards.