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Kristin Ransom

Student Instructions

Rights of a Child

Read the Rights of a Child What rights do you feel are MOST important to you? Why? Find a creative way to explain the 5 rights you feel are most important. Choices: 1. of yourself with a listing the rights you selected and explaining your selections. 2. explaining your selections. 3. that illustrates your rights include or explaining your drawings

5th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, Social Studies, History, Social Emotional Learning
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Students will need to read and analyze the Rights of a Child document prior to completion of this activity. This would work well as an independent learning station or in pairs. When complete, students compare their top 5 to the rest of the submissions. Look for trends and outliers. Guide the discussion to include why people differ in their personal opinions on rights. https://www.unicef.org/rightsite/files/uncrcchilldfriendlylanguage.pdf