Overview

  • Project Name: Promoting Inclusion Not Division
  • Teacher: Michelle Hughes
  • Subject/Grade Level: 7th Grade English
  • Project Idea: Produce a campaign documentary for promoting inclusion in our community using creative and personal testimonials from characters in S.E. Hinton's The Outsiders and Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird
  • Duration: 4 weeks

How can you promote inclusion in your community?

  1. What does division look like?
  2. What does inclusion look like?
  3. What is a stereotype?
  4. What do stereotypes do to people?
  5. Are all stereotypes negative?
  6. How do stereotypes relate to the idea of division?
  7. How does society encourage division among people?
  8. What stereotypes are portrayed by the media?
  9. How have you personally been affected by stereotypes?
  10. What affect do stereotypes have on how we see and behave toward other people?
  11. How have stereotypes affected characters in our readings?
  12. How can you impact change that promotes inclusion in your school?

standards addressed:

Content, 21st Century, & Technology (ISTE)

PBL Standards