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Help students engage with a fictional or historical character by creating an annotated illustration.
This strategy helps students synthesize and articulate the most important takeaways from a variety of resources containing information about a particular topic or theme.
Help students identify and analyze the key characteristics of the three most common types of news articles.
Use this strategy to help students consider, compare, and analyze various perspectives on a complex topic.
This Explainer describes the standards that governments need to meet before, during, and after an election to ensure that the election is "free and fair."
This Explainer defines the term political polarization and provides information on how it impacts US politics and society.
This explainer describes key characteristics of white nationalist ideology and clarifies related key-terms, such as “alt-right” and “white power.”
Before your students explore the case study, you may want to try one or more of the following short suggested activities that introduce key themes and help develop a common language for discussions about bullying and ostracism.
Have students analyze these examples of Nazi propaganda using the Crop It teaching strategy.
Explore images from the Battle of Cable Street of 1936, when thousands in East London stood in solidarity against Oswald Mosley and the British Union of Fascists.
Images from Frank Tashlin's children’s book The Bear that Wasn’t, used in Facing History's reading of the same name.
Maps showing the growth and contraction of territory controlled by the Ottoman Empire from 1300 through 1920.