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This unit is an exploration of justice and whether or not it is always just, along with exploring the power and effectiveness of non-violent protests. The Civil Rights Movement is featured in the Padlet resources, but the hope is that with the examples from class, students will develop their own lines of inquiry on justice and issues that are important to them to guide the direction of the unit from there. Emphasis on the language we use to: respectfully debate or disagree, persuade others to consider different perspectives, and find common ground from to build new norms for justice.


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Grade 9/MYP 4 Unit 4: Just Justice

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