Arguing For Freedom
Media literacy and critical thinking lesson using diverse media imagery to teach about the history of the movement to abolish slavery in the United States in the early and mid-19th century.
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Kit: Media Constructions of Social Justice
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Relevant Subject Area(s)Visual Arts, Commercial Arts/Advertising, Journalism, US History And Government, US History, Civics And Government, Economics, Sociology
Grade Level(s)Middle School, High School, College
Media Type(s)Illustration, Informational Text, Literature, News - Print, Poster
View StandardsResource Standard Common Core ELA Strand
Reading: History Social Studies (RH), Speaking and Listening (SL)