13th Discussion Questions PLUS Film Viewing Guide – Ava Duvernay – Netflix Movie

Since my last upload regarding Michael Jackson’s Film, This Is It, had 151 Downloads (even with a typo in the title…(late night)) – I figured I should drop another one…and this time it’s on a more serious note.

I first heard about the movie 13th from a friend.  I was told it was a must-see.  And it is.

 

Get the resource HERE on TES or HERE on Teachers Pay Teachers to go directly to the discussion questions.

For many, the concepts discussed in the film may be new, but for others, it was just a fresh body of work that represented what we have known all along.

Enjoy the following resource!

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Find Ave Duvernay’s Film, 13th, on Netflix.

In this documentary, scholars, politicians, and activists analyze the criminalization of African-Americans and the U.S. Prison Boom.

This product doubles as Discussion Questions and a Film Viewing Guide since the questions appear in the order that the film addresses them.

There are 37 questions written according to Bloom’s Taxonomy and the last several questions are mini-project suggestions. Students are able to extend their learning through graphic design research, lyrics, imagery, art and more.

Should you purchase this item but want an editable copy (Google Doc) or additional spin-off resources, I will be open to creating this for you and your group. Just message me through TeachersPayTeachers, email vickershdw@gmail.com, or find me on my website http://www.spoiledteacher.us.

ALSO, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE LEAVE A REVIEW OF THE PRODUCT SO I CAN USE YOUR FEEDBACK TO MAKE IMPROVED VERSIONS.

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