This 130+ page unit investigates worldwide tendencies in inequality, where those prejudices come from, historically, and systemically, however asking students to look at other societies in order to investigate their own. It should be noted that this unit provides multiple perspectives, to remove bias and rather encourage high level thought and communication.
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A 100+ page unit exposing animal rights in a variety of contexts, such as aquatic parks, bullfights, animal testing, horse races and more. Plus, TONS...View full product details
From San Fermin to the Tomatina to Inti Raymi to Bolas de Fuego, this unit focuses on celebrations that will surprise and delight your students...View full product details
Cultural comparison at its finest! This almost-120 page unit elaborates on what contributes to national (and ethnic) identity, how that manifests and what results from...View full product details