Heiwa! Peace & Disarmament Education in Schools Lesson plan from Tunisia

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This lesson plan familiarizes students with Hiroshima Peace Memorial Day while discussing the importance of working for peace as an individual and a community member. The plan includes a video about Hiroshima Peace Memorial Day, provides questions to ask students and exercises like a reading and the Hiroshima Peace Day Survey.

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Minimum Number of Participants 1
Maximum Number of Participants 30
Group or Individual Groups, Individuals
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Total activity time 60
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Learning Objectives
  • Identify important symbols associated with other cultures and explain their significance ( Hiroshima Peace Day )
  • Teach students how Japanese people celebrate peace every year and encourage them to organize events on Peace International day September, 21st to raise awareness about the necessity of banning nuclear weapons.
  • Show students how individuals can make a difference in achieving peace in the world.
  • Teach students how a peace day can make a difference in your school, community, country , and in the world.

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