Inherit the Wind Z-Guide (High School)

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Zeezok Publishing's Z-Guide to Inherit the Wind is a great way to incorporate media into your study of the Scopes Trial in American History.

This guide contains a topic overview movie synopsis and ten learning activities based on this classic film. Explore anti-Christian bias and historical fabrications in the movie. In the interest of fairness prepare a welcome reception for defense lawyer Henry Drummond. Practice your public relations and public speaking skills with the monkey trial art activity along with a radio announcement of the verdict. Evaluate your personal beliefs with the Worldview Activity probe the directors mind with The Filmmakers Art activity and get the entire family involved with the For Family Discussion section at the end of the guide. Choose those activities which best fit your students course objectives areas of interest or time schedule.

Movie Summary: Bertram Cates a young science teacher is arrested for violating a Tennessee law forbidding the teaching of evolution in public schools. The well-known politician Matthew Harrison Brady agrees to assist the prosecution while the Baltimore Herald provides him with a defense lawyer the venerable Henry Drummond. Drummond puts Brady on the witness stand and makes a fool of him yet the jury still finds Cates guilty. Denied a closing speech by the judge a pathetic Brady collapses and dies five days after the trial.

Topics: Movie Propaganda Evolution U.S. History: The Roaring Twenties 1925 Political Advertising Contains a printable pdf file of the complete study guide. It does not include the movie.

This file is licensed to the original purchaser and is not to be resold. Permission is not granted for classroom district-wide school-wide system-wide or co-op use. (Movie sold separately.)

This Z-Guide is based on the movie Inherit the Wind (1960). You can view a trailer for the movie below.

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