Learning the Hard Way: Examining School Segregation Around the World

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  • Aug 13 2010 3:58 PM

    Mary Kay Monson

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In this lesson, from the New York Times Learning Network, students explore school segregation that currently exists in countries around the world and debate the notion of school segregation. Students then write a persuasive essay in response to the idea of "separate but equal" being inherently unequal, supporting their views with examples of school segregation around the world.

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    Grade: 6 to 12

    Topics: American Democracy, English-Language Arts, Oral Presentations, Reading Comprehension, World History, Geography, History-Social Science, Writing Strategies

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    Grouping: Large Group Instruction

    Teaching Method: Discussions; Cooperative Learning; Dramatization