Not In Our Town II is an excellent catalyst for discussion about how ordinary people can take proactive, community-based approaches to preventing and dealing with hate crimes and intolerance. The Not In Our Town II Video and Viewing Guide provides a dynamic resource that helps teachers and event organizers raise awareness, create dialogue and inspire action around these timely and challenging issues. The comprehensive 24-page guide was developed by teachers to support learning in many curriculum areas including: History/Social Studies, Literature/English, National Civics Standards, National Standards for U.S. History, Analytical/Critical Thinking Standards, Interpersonal Skills, Study Skills, Writing and Listening/Speaking.
Not In Our Town is an excellent catalyst for discussion about racial tolerance and diversity. "Watching Not In Our Town Together" is a dynamic resource that helps teachers and event organizers facilitate dialogue about these timely and challenging issues. The comprehensive 16-page Not In Our Town viewing guide was developed by teachers and is designed to support subjects including: civic responsibility, the bill of rights, diversity, multi-cultural issues, prejudice reduction, and conflict resolution. Accepted for Grade 11 Social Studies in California, it is appropriate for History/Social Studies, Civics, U.S. History, Literature and English classes. The guide provides thoughtful lessons plans and innovative activities designed to help students strengthen their analytical, interpersonal, study, writing, speaking and listening skills. It also includes a bibliography and resource list.