The student activity workbook, which is discussed in the narrative portion of this unit, is available from the library of the Teacher’s Institute. There are thirty copies. The narrative portion of this unit is designed to serve as a teacher’s guide.
Although it is not directly related, the two-part 16mm sound film about the life of Frederick Douglass could be used to good effect as a complement to this unit. This film is available from the Audio-Visual Center at Winchester School.
Another film available at Winchester, and a more pertinent one, is the one on Prudence Crandall. This could easily be used as a reinforcement lesson for the exercises on Prudence Crandall in the activity booklet. Moreover, since the film is somewhat “Hollywoodized,” a discussion about how movies and television present events could be worked in as a link between the activity lesson and the film.