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Unit 2 challenges students to discover what it means to be a warrior in their own lives by exploring the lives of individuals whose actions contributed to the championing of human rights for all. Students will understand that overwhelming obstacles, both personal and systematic, can occur in one’s life. Real-world warriors make the decision to face these obstacles head on and persevere through challenges in ways that have a lasting positive impact on themselves and others. Students will explore external and internal conflicts experienced as the real-world warriors persevere against overwhelming odds. By reading a variety of accounts of adolescent and adult real-world warriors who stood up for causes bigger than themselves, students will come to view themselves as individuals who can also champion a cause for the good of others and themselves.

                                                                                                                               Synopsis written by the District of Columbia Public Schools

Warrior Self

Disclaimer:  This version of Warriors Don't Cry is the Kindle abridged version. This version does not follow explicitly with the paper or hardback version of the novel.

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Warrior Self

Chapter 6 be prepared for a class discussion 

 Chapter 7 be prepared for a class discussion 

Chapter 8 be prepared for a class discussion 

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Chapter 9 be prepared for a class discussion 

Chapter 10 be prepared for a class discussion 

      Warrior Self

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      Warrior Self

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 Chapter 17 be prepared for a class discussion 

 Chapter 18 be prepared for a class discussion 

 Chapter 19 be prepared for a class discussion 

 Chapter 20 be prepared for a class discussion 

      Warrior Self

Warrior Self