Students learn about the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans from people who lived through it. This video depicts how students use metaphorical thinking to deepen their understanding using the thinking routine, Color-Symbol-Image.
Fishbowl is a strategy for organizing medium- to large-group discussions. Students are separated into an inner and outer circle. In the inner circle, or fishbowl, students have a discussion; students in the outer circle listen to the discussion and take notes.
Students create a large-scale artistic depiction in a community space. As an alternative to the community mural, students can create a set of informational posters that reflect a diversity topic or social justice theme.
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