Shakespeare’s classic play is a must-read for all high school students. Might the tragic end of Romeo & Juliet have been different if the Montagues and the Capulets had crossed their social boundaries?
Based on Icebreakers and Introductions
Students sit at tables with students they don’t usually sit with.
Excerpted from http://adulted.about.com/od/icebreakers/qt/2minutemixer.htm
Distribute Lifesavers in the cafeteria to start Mix Up lunchtime conversations.
Last year at Seth Johnson Elementary, in Montgomery, Ala., the fourth- and fifth-grade students participated in the National Mix It Up at Lunch Day. In preparation for the day, we challenged fifth-graders to think about how they matter to the people around them – and to write essays titled “We All Matter.”
Have we really learned how to break down barriers?
Celebrate Valentine's legacy of love and resistance!
Loosely based on "What Are You?"
Based on Mix It Up: Score One for Humanity
The game centers on a question: "Could you be friends with someone who. . . ?"
Explore how music divides - and unites.
With summer approaching, it's time to figure out ways to keep mixing it up, even after the school year ends!
How to use the written word to highlight, and counteract, social boundaries.