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Jessica Johnson

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Separate is Never Equal

1. Watch the video or follow the link 2. Click add 3. Use the label, pen, or pencil tool to complete the work on the following pages 4. Click check to submit your work To have each page read to you, click the caption icon in the lower left of the slide.

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, 4th Grade, Social Emotional Learning
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Separate is Never Equal is written by Duncan Tonatiuh. It's published by Abrams Books for Young Readers. This activity is aligned the Teaching Tolerance Justice: Students will identify figures, groups, events and a variety of strategies and philosophies relevant to the history of social justice around the world. Questions come from 1. ADL Study guide link https://www.adl.org/sites/default/files/documents/assets/pdf/education-outreach/book-of-the-month-separate-is-never-equal.pdf 2. Produced by the Consortium of Latin American Studies Programs (CLASP) on behalf of the Américas Award, it was written in 2015 by Katrina Dillon, a project assistant at the University of New Mexico. Editorial support was also provided by UNM graduate assistant Alice Donahue.link https://laii.unm.edu/info/k-12-educators/assets/documents/literature-guides/separate-is-never-equal-educators-guide.pdf Each slide is captioned.

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