1. Click add response 2. Use Seesaw Learning Tools to answer the questions. 3. Click the check to add to your journal. Family Why: Speaking out against racism leads students through appropriate ways to identify and resolve conflict around racial conversations.
Overview: In this exercise, students will recognize the similarities and differences between each other. They will have the opportunity to grow their worldview and gain tools for how to speak out against racism. Suggestions for further practice: -Facilitate a classroom discussion for how you would like to address racism in your classroom or school -Create a classroom contract focused on ending racism -Writing Prompt: Why is important to speak out against racism? Standard: Relationship Skills Substandard: Demonstrating cultural competency By playing UNICEF Kid Power videos, your class unlocks impact for kids in need. Before assigning the video, change its link, so you can track the impact specific to your students' activity: 1. Click on http://unicefkidpower.org/seesaw and sign up 2. Use the search bar to find the video 4. Hover over the video and click ASSIGN 5. Copy the link 6. Paste it into Seesaw