Resources: What does Humane World look like?

What Does a Humane World Look Like?

Have students create their vision of a humane world and compare it to the world we live in now. What are the differences, and how can we make the world “as it is” become the humane world envisioned? Recommended for grades 2 through 6. Time: 15-30 minutes   Common Core Standards for this activity (pdf):…

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Resources: Power Chat

Power Chat

What are the problems of the world? What tools and skills do I have to make a positive impact? This activity can serve as a good icebreaker to allow fellow advocates to know each other better and to focus on important issues, or it can serve as an introduction for exploring what each (and all)…

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Resources: Me Against My brother

Me Against My Brother: An Exploration of Genocide

Students explore genocide, its broader impacts, and develop a means for taking action to prevent or address genocide. Recommended for grades 8 and up. Time: Several days to several weeks   Common Core Standards for this activity (pdf): Download Common Core for grade 8. Download Common Core for grades 9-12.   Find out how some…

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Resources: Lottery Ticket

Lottery Ticket

Use this quick icebreaker to show participants that everyone can make a positive difference! Recommended for All ages. Time: 5-10 minutes   Common Core Standards for this activity (pdf): Download Common Core for grades K-2. Download Common Core for grades 3-5. Download Common Core for grades 6-8. Download Common Core for grades 9-12.   Find…

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14 Must-Read Books for Activists

by Marsha Rakestraw We become activists when we learn about an issue or challenge and are inspired to take positive action. Teenager Natalie Warne learned about child soldiers when she watched a documentary in class. She was inspired to become an intern for Invisible Children and help get an important law passed. Economist Muhammad Yunus…

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Resources: Lottery Ticket

Billete de Lotería

Usa esta rompehielos corto para demonstrar a participantes que todos pueden make una diferencia positive/todos cuenta. Recomendado para Todas (adaptarla a las diferentes edades, como se necesite) Duración: 5-10 minutos

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¿Por Qué Estamos Aquí?

¿Por Qué Estamos Aquí?

¿Cuál es nuestro propósito en la Tierra? ¿Qué podemos hacer respecto a los problemas del mundo? En esta actividad se discuten dos cortometrajes para ayudar a los estudiantes a explorar estos temas tan importantes. Recomendado para grados 4-10 Duración: 30-45 minutos Traducido por Marta Vivancos

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El Animal Más Poderoso Del Mundo

El Animal Más Poderoso Del Mundo

¿Cuál es el animal más poderoso y el más peligroso del mundo? ¡Somos nosotros! Conduzca a los estudiantes en una exploración sobre los efectos positivos y negativos que nuestras decisiones tienen sobre el planeta. Recomendado para grados 2-5 Duración: 45 minutos Traducido por Marta Vivancos

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