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Students demonstrate their awareness and learning from earlier phases through performance tasks that build civic engagement and critical literacy skills.

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Students showcase artwork and nonfiction writing that addresses issues they found in the text. The result is a visual, collaborative and creative representation of student...

Students choose a mode of expression—e.g., writing, art or storytelling—to share theme-related ideas and feelings with a “buddy” from outside the classroom.

Students create and perform a music or dance piece related to themes in the central text.

Students create a display of artifacts to represent aspects of their identities.

Students work in groups to role-play or tell stories about real life situations related to fairness, community, diversity or social justice themes. Students then perform...

Students create a community puzzle mural, a large-scale artistic depiction, usually displayed in a community space. Puzzle pieces covered in student’s artwork relating to...

Students conduct interviews and record personal experiences focused on a specific theme. They synthesize and present the information as a drawing, poster, paragraph or...

Students create visual self-portraits that contain symbols representing the student’s identity, beliefs, values or areas of interest related to diversity, anti-bias or social...

Students create “trading cards” spotlighting diverse community members who work toward social justice goals that connect to themes from the central text.

Students create visual artwork combining various images to convey diversity or social justice issues, concerns or themes related to the central text.

Students compile and publish a showcase of artwork and nonfiction writing addressing issues found in the central text. The result is a creative representation of student...

Students write to a business, school or community leader to call for action in response to a social justice issue from the central text. Alternatively, students can write...

Students produce original art (visual art, music, drama or poetry) that conveys an anti-bias or social justice message. Students then plan a public showcase of their work.

Students write and share original poems and stories about community issues or themes present in the central text.

Students design, create and perform a puppet show to teach others about a diversity, anti-bias or social justice theme from the central text.

Students create a large-scale artistic depiction in a community space. As an alternative to the community mural, students can create a set of informational posters that...

Students conduct interviews and record personal experiences focused on a specific theme from the central text. They then synthesize and present the information as a an...

Students interview one another, then draw or paint portraits containing symbols that represent the subject’s identity, beliefs, values or areas of interest.

Students put together and collectively display sets of photographs that convey stories, feelings or messages related to themes in the central text.

Students work in small groups to write and illustrate an original children's picture book to teach others about a social justice or diversity topic present in the...

Students produce digital media to raise awareness and encourage change related to an anti-bias theme.

Students write informed letters to corporate or elected officials, outlining their views on a social issue and calling for specific action

Students write and perform a skit or monologue that brings awareness to a specific issue addressed in the text.

Students invent a product or process that solves a social problem discussed in the central text.

Students plan, write, edit and distribute a piece of print or digital journalism about a relevant social problem or issue.

Students review films related to a theme in the central text, then plan, prepare for and host a community film festival.

Students produce original art that conveys an anti-bias or social justice message then work with school staff to plan a public showcase of their work.

Students investigate, interview and profile a person working for equity and social change. The person can work on the local, national or international level, with an...

Students examine the history of political art. They then create their own murals, political cartoons or posters, demonstrating an understanding of social justice issues.

Students identify and investigate a community problem and propose a solution. They then plan and implement action directed at solving the problem.

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