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Middle School: Grade 6 Human Rights

Human Rights

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Grade 6 Social Studies : Human Rights

Teachers: Mr. Kopf and Mr. Nick

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Current Human Rights Recommended Websites

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Human Rights Website from UNICEF

SIRS

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Human Right Magazine

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Museum Exhibit on Human Rights

Human Rights Museum Exhibit

“Educating the youth on Human Rights”

 

Background:

Throughout history Human Rights have been discussed, debated, threatened, abused, or even ignored. As is often the case with history, and with something as important as Human Rights, a museum opens to display what has happened throughout time and to educate people about the issue. The Smithsonian Museum is opening a new museum on Human Rights. They want you to create an exhibit to present to a group of 3rd grade students who will be visiting your museum in a few weeks. The exhibit should be a case study of either a specific historical event (ex: Vietnam War) and the many different Human Right abuses ~ or ~ a case study focusing on a Human Right and identifying different historical events that all have abused this Right.

 

Research and Planning

  1. Research an event (current or historical) in which a HR was threatened or abused

OR

  1. Pick a Human Right and search for examples around the world where the right was abused

 

Museum Exhibit

A Museum Exhibit is something you create (either digital, free standing, or both) that will fit on 2 student desks and displays your case study of a Human Rights abuse. The Museum Exhibit should include at least 2 Primary Sources. For each Primary Source you will need to create an Exhibit Description which is a summary or explanation of what the Primary Source is, and how/why it demonstrates the abuse of Human Rights in your case study.

 

Primary & Secondary Sources

Infographic

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Websites

Rwanda and Genocide


South African Apartheid


 


HIV/AIDS


Darfur

 


The Holocaust WWII

 

 


Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge

 

 


USA Japanese Interment during WWII

EVL Books - Human Rights Issues

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