Sadako + the Thousand Paper Cranes Lesson Plan from Morocco

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Lesson Goals

Through Sadako’s story, Students and teachers will

1. Explore the devastating effect of war on children, the most vulnerable group in society.

Sadako Sasaki was two years old when the bomb was dropped on her home city of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. Sadako survived but ten years later, she developed leukemia, “the atom bomb disease.”

Through Sadako’s story, Students and teachers will

  1. Explore the devastating effect of war on children, the most vulnerable group in society.
  2. Show that children, what society calls its future, are victims and a powerful peace message believers.

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Learning Objectives
  • Be familiar with Sadako’s story.
  • Be introduced to children’s feelings under the effects of wars and disasters.
  • Aware that war is synonym to sadness.
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