Monday, April 16, 2012

Toolbox for Change



Toolbox for change:

Everyone will receive a photocopy of a toolbox. Fill your toolboxes with "tools" for change (things used by Civil Rights leaders in their struggle for civil rights). We will brainstorm a list of ten things as a class. Each individual must come up with ten additional "tools". You will need to find pictures of these things (or pictures of things that symbolize your "tools") or words from magazines. Cut out your pictures and glue them in your "toolbox".  You need a minimum of twenty words, phrases, and/or pictures in your "toolbox." (See example above or look at the example on the bulletin board in the classroom.)

You may mat your toolbox on a piece of construction paper if you wish. Construction paper, scissors, glue are located on the center table.

Projects are due at the end of class.

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