Human Rights Quiz and Guiding Questions
Today’s Objective(s): SWBAT
- Clearly define human rights
- Begin identifying the 30 universal human rights (1-11)
Do Now – 5 minutes
Review your notes in preparation for the quiz.
LESSON – 50 minutes
The first 15 minutes of today’s work will be spent taking a 2 question quiz. This is an independent, silent activity. If 15 minutes isn’t enough time, sorry, you don’t know the material. I’m sure you’ll do great.
Answer Guiding Questions
After the quiz, you’ll have the rest of the period to work with your table groups to answer the guiding questions we’ve been working on to this point. This is an opportunity to slow down a bit and take notice of what we’ve learned. Whenever we’re working through a challenge, we have to assess our learning from time to time to see if we’ve gained enough understanding to complete our challenge. If so, great, we move on to the Act phase. If not, we continue our investigation.
This work is due tomorrow, please use your class time productively .
Closing – 0 minutes
No closing today, just work to finish answering the guiding questions.
Your only homework is to finish answering the GQs. If you did that in class, you have no homework.
- Identify the 30 HRs and articulate why human rights are important to them as individuals
- Order and explain the historical evolution of HRs using primary sources
- Identify historical and/or modern day examples of HRs violations
- Synthesize understanding about existing HRs, and about HRs issues in our community to develop new, relevant ideas that connect to our community
This Week’s Agenda
Performing our mock trials
Human Rights quiz, and introduction to HRs # 12-18.
GQ Review and introduce HR 12-18
Introduce HR 19-25 and explore Freedome of Expression in depth
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