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Thelton Henderson: Soul of Justice A lesson designed for five 55 minute class periods in Law and Justice, U.S. History, and American Government courses. In this lesson, teachers will use the film Soul of Justice: Thelton Henderson’s American Journey to introduce a topic extremely relevant to Thelton Henderson’s life and career -- Affirmative Action and Proposition 209. After watching the film, students will go through a series of activities (“rounds”) that study the pros and cons of affirmative action through examining various vehicles. These vehicles include political cartoons, rigorous journal articles, and charts and graphs containing relevant statistics. Throughout this process, students create a knowledge web – showing the pieces of information they have collected along the way about the topic of Affirmative Action. Students will also reflect on their own learning by going through these various “rounds,” paying particular attention to how their level of understanding on the topic has deepened after each “round.”
This resource was reviewed using the Curriki Review rubric and received an overall Curriki Review System rating of 3, as of 2013-07-31.
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