Snow white just premiered in London so there will be a lot of interest. (Charlize Theron and Kristin Stewart are in the adaptation.) If you're wanting to talk about Snow White, here are some lesson plans and information for that purpose.
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A set of lesson plans for grades 6-8 from PBS to help students understand and reflect upon those who are deaf. This is integrated with writing as well.
Here is a set of lesson plans for all grade levels on the European Union. It is created by the EU specifically for those outside the EU to “bring an updated view of the 21st century EU” and should be reviewed as you update your lessons and standards. It has kindergarten all the way up and has standards that are aligned already.
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