Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope Educator's Guide

Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope Educator's Guide
Based on her work with UNICEF in Latin America, this guide to Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope by Jenna Bush will help students reflect on the themes of the book and expand their learning. Themes include living with HIV, keeping secrets, breaking cycles of abuse and infection, and struggling with poverty. The five lessons and four handouts in this guide are correlated to U.S. national standards.

Grade Levels: 9 - 12

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