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Updated: Nov 18, 2020

Historiana.edu, an excellent web resource for history and social science teachers, came up with a pertinent learning activity: using case studies to analyse sources and develop a better grasp of displacement as a process. The lesson plan includes teacher guidelines, a list of sources, a research sheet and a student worksheet. Click here for their lesson plan. While the case studies cover impressive ground, we had an idea. Why not adapt the model by updating the list of sources to address crucial topical issues? For instance,

Let’s take a look at the NRC

Use the lesson plan above and adapt the sources to include these case studies from the Humans of Assam series by Scroll.in to bring discussions around the Assam NRC, its repercussions for Assam and its implications for the rest of India—both in terms of its people as well as its status as a ‘Secular Democratic Republic’, into the classroom.

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