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LINCOLN – An educational resource guide for use in a variety of academic settings. Includes pre-viewing discussion guidelines, post-viewing prompts, lesson plans, and individual and group activities.
THANKS FOR SHARING – A discussion guide to help audiences in the recovery and addiction community utilize the film as a starting point for conversation and learning. Includies viewing prompts, questions, post-viewing activities and external resources.
ESCAPE FIRE – A discussion guide for community screenings, workshops, or training sessions that can be easily adapted for classroom use. Includes a menu of suggested activities, opportunities for critical analysis, and personal and social action steps.
TEACH – A discussion guide that can be easily adapted for home, community, classroom, or professional development use. Includes activities, questions, and resources for students, parents, educators, administrators, and general audiences.
A GIRL LIKE ME – Classroom-ready, cross-curricular individual lesson plans for educators to explore issues of bias, fear, and hate crimes as they relate to the LGBTQ community.
THE 11th HOUR – An educational resource guide for use in classrooms and other informal educational settings including workshops or community events. Includes pre- and post-viewing guidelines, lesson plans, and social action prompts.
JIMMY CARTER MAN FROM PLAINS – An educational resource guide for teachers featuring a series of interactive lesson plans, individual and group activities, and resources for critical analysis and engagement.
HOLOCAUST – A teacher’s kit for use in the classroom focusing on primary source materials in a series of interactive lesson plans designed to supplement the book’s comprehensive background of the Holocaust.
THE CONSPIRATOR – An educational resource guide for use in the classroom and other informal educational settings including workshops, after-school programs, and training sessions. Includes lesson plans, discussion questions, and individual and group activities.
THE LAST SURVIVOR – An educational resource guide for use in the classroom and other informal education settings including workshops, after-school programs, and training sessions. Includes lesson plans, individual and group activities, and social action project prompts.
BITE SIZE – A discussion guide designed to initiate meaningful dialogue about health and wellness among teachers, students, and the general public. Includes discussion and reflection questions, suggestions for further research, and action items.
FURY – A discussion guide featuring pre- and post-screening prompts and questions to help audiences connect their experience of the film to a broader, historically-based dialogue.
WE THE ECONOMY – A resource guide for both educational and general audiences. Includes community screening tips plus a series of standards-based classroom lessons—one for each short film in this collection—created specifically for classroom educators.
SELMA – A discussion guide designed for audiences of all ages to generate thoughtful conversations around the film and the issues it raises. Includes pre- and post-screening questions, activities and resources.
MATTHEW SHEPARD IS A FRIEND OF MINE – A classroom-ready, cross-curricular educational resource guide to explore issues of bullying, homophobia, and hate crimes. Includes discussion and reflection questions, suggestions for further research, a classroom lesson, and action items.