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Online-Search Identity Chart

The Online-Search Identity Chart helps students explore their identities by asking what they would like to see in the results of an online search for themselves.

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  • Social Studies

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English — US
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Date of Publication: June 2022

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This variation of the identity charts teaching strategy asks students to imagine what they would like to see in the results if they did an online search for themselves. Students can use the Online-Search Identity Chart handout to brainstorm and begin to map out ideas for their chart. 

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Facing History & Ourselves, “Online-Search Identity Chart”, last updated June 17, 2017.

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