Design a board game for "Scoundrel Time." Break off into small groups and have students play the board games and then switch with another group.
Create a comic book for "Scoundrel Time." Share the comic book or comic strip with the class and discuss how you chose to represent the characters and themes of "Scoundrel Time."
Write an alternate testimony for Hellman. Share your new testimony with the class by reading it aloud or re-creating the hearing.
Turn a scene from "Scoundrel Time" into a short play and perform it in small groups or as individuals. Students can use props and clothing appropriate for the time period to make the scene more realistic.
Make a dramatic propaganda poster for the anti-radical cause. Hang the posters up in the classroom and discuss the meaning of propaganda and its impact on society.
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