Joining the revolution: Where will YOU fit in?

This lesson plan is focused on collective action. We've been pushed toward individual solutions, but those won't solve collective problems. In this lesson we think about some of the benefits of working together, as well as the very normal challenges that come from group work.

These are the preparation materials, which would traditionally be the more passive, lecture component of the class. These are the materials that my students work with before we get together in class.

Joining prep materials.docx

This worksheet is what we would be doing in a 2-hour class period, where we have a chance to work together. This time is especially valuable because you can really apply the concepts you learned, while getting perspective and support from other folks. . The worksheet represents 2 hours of work in groups of 3.

This link will take you to a .doc file, for easier editing

Joining Worksheet.pdf

Here are some great things that I couldn't include in the lesson, if you're interested, keep looking!

Extra materials.docx