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While some people think that it is okay for children to stumble upon the fact that life is not “fair” always, it is hard to get a group of children to understand the concept of social justice. This as a teacher I would think should be the most difficult lesson to teach. To get children to grasp a concept such as this without scaring them of the real world will be challenge; however it should be done on a child’s level that is based on fact, and let the personal opinion develop on its own from there. Being a teacher you can show your bias on things, but there are a lot of things that you must remain neutral about. You are there as a back up guide to the parents. I personally think that the way to incorporate social justice with facts, yet a child level so that it is
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Unformatted text preview: understood. The class should do a project that would allow them to explore different cultures. However, in saying that do not make it a history lesson, make an exploration of that culture as it is a live object. Use it in an organic process, so that the class will have to nurture it. This way they will show real interest to see it through. Social justice should be that everyone understands and values human rights, and that recognizes the dignity of every human being. This is the best way we can provide a concept to an individual as well as a group, and have it enhance our future....
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