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The Peace Journey: Using Process Drama in the Classroom
|Grades||9 – 12|
|Lesson Plan Type||Standard Lesson|
|Estimated Time||Five or six 50-minute class periods|
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY
- World Peace Society
- Visions of Peace Art Collection
- Cranes for Peace
- Pieces for Peace
- The Peace Corps
- Article 1 of the UNESCO “Declaration of Principles on Tolerance”
|1.||Preview the sites listed in the Websites section, which students will visit in the introductory lesson activities. As you review these websites, remember that the students will use them to gain different perspectives on how peace can be defined and represented.
|2.||Prepare art materials to be used in constructing the backdrops for the class drama. Materials may include poster paint, drawing materials, chart paper, glue, and poster board.
|3.||Preview the rubrics that will be used to assess the lesson objectives.|