Another Way IS Possible: Remembrance Day Resource for Teachers

2014, 29 pp
Over the years, numerous public school teachers have contacted Mennonite Central Committee for ideas to help them plan Remembrance Day observances in their schools. These teachers are looking for ways of broadening the focus of Remembrance Day, so that students will remember not only Canadian soldiers, but all people who suffer as a result of war. They are also looking for help to challenge the belief that war is inevitable or necessary, and they are eager to encourage nonviolent peacemaking. This simple packet – produced in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the First World War — is an attempt to respond to their requests.

The packet includes:
  • suggestions for a Remembrance Day Assembly
  • basic information about the First World War
  • information about alternatives to war
  • stories of peace and nonviolence
  • activities for the classroom

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