Average Rating 0 Reviews View In this lesson plan, developed by Brown University's Choices Proogram, students explore the role of graffiti in the Egyptian Revolution. Students consider the potential impact of graffiti on a larger scale and the ways in which it has been censored. The lesson includes videos and a pre-made PowerPoint presentation to support class discussion. It concludes with a broader discussion about graffiti and asks students: Is graffiti art or vandalism? The core objectives of this lesson plan are that students will: 1. Assess the role of graffiti in political protest. 2. Use a short video to analyze the relevance of graffiti during the Egyptian revolution (January 2011-present). 3. Articulate opinions on graffiti and censorship. Related Resources Curriculum - Media Construction of the Middle East: A Digital Media Literacy History & Culture Take a Virtual Field Trip to IraqHistory & Culture A Century of Conflict & Resolution in the Middle EastHistory & Culture Lesson Plan: "Protests, Revolutions, and Democratic Change" - Brown Choices ProgramHistory & Culture Reviews Login to submit a review There are no reviews yet for this resource.