Public Art as Form of Participation

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Public Art as Form of Participation

This is the corresponding PowerPoint for Lesson 13 of the unit Standing Up for Democracy. In this lesson, students analyse the Battle of Cable Street Mural and reflect on the role of public art to commemorate, educate, and build community.

This PowerPoint includes student-facing slides and activity instructions in the notes section for the teacher. It is intended to be used alongside, and not instead of, the lesson plan. The PowerPoint includes basic media and prompts from the lesson plan, but we expect you to adapt it to fit the needs of your students and class.

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