Labor Organizing in the US
This playlist on Labor Organizing in the U.S. is designed for self-guided learning with intermittent check-ins for high school age students. The learning tasks are divided over five days, designed for 30-35 minutes per day, and build on each other. However, students are able to work on this playlist at their own pace. They will engage with primary and secondary sources as well as visual, video, written, and audio texts. Students have the option to complete the tasks online by connecting through Google classroom or print PDF versions of each formative and summative assessments for work offline. By the end of the week, students will create work of art that represents work people are doing today to create change in a current social issue.
- Formative assessments are represented by a chevron (Learning Check In, Tasks, and Guides).
- Summative assessments are respresented by a circle (Quiz and Final Task).
- PDF versions of all formative and summative assessments are in the tiles immediately after the digital versions.
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