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108 peace project

Peace Project

Group Projects

Int – Adv

In this project, groups research various people and organizations that have won the Nobel Peace Prize. Students learn the history of Alfred Nobel's most popular prize and nominate a person or organization that deserves to win next year's prize. Students also nominate their own class members to form a judging committee that will make the final selection of the winning recipient following the group presentations.

Note: International Day of Peace (World Peace Day) is on September 21 and makes an ideal start or finish date; however, this project can be used at any time throughout the year.

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  • 2–4 weeks
  • 18 pages
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