How It Went Down Common Core Teacher's Guide

How It Went Down Common Core Teacher's Guide
Use young adult literature to initiate thoughtful classroom discussion about death, loss, friendship, gangs, and racially motivated shootings. An important book about perception and race, How It Went Down is a compelling story about a black teen shot by a white man and the aftermath of this tragedy. This printable teacher's guide to How It Went Down includes discussion questions and writing activities aligned with Common Core State Standards.

Grade Levels: 9 - 12

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