January 8, 2011: Why is it Important to Remember, Share, and Reflect

Unit 11: New Beginnings, Community Identities, and Remembrances
Lesson 2 of 8

Objective: SWBAT articulate their experiences and explore the long-term impact of the January 8th mass shooting on the Tucson community by sharing their ideas and experiences.

Big Idea: Students explore the impact of a mass shooting on our community three years later. How do we remember and memorialize of the survivors and victims of the January 8th shooting?

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