Curriculum & Resources: The Corporation
Part film and part movement, The Corporation takes corporate person hood to the next level. Watch as they psychoanalyze the corporation, and ask, What kind of person are you? With interviews from corporate insiders and critics, learn the true impact of treating corporations as legal persons.
Free Teacher Resource
A teacher's resource guide was created for The Corporation by The
Ontario Institute of Studies in Education of the University of Toronto.
With curriculum for secondary schools, and lesson plans, this free guide
is a great way to bring The Corporation into the classroom, in a good
The Corporation in the Grade 8 Classroom
“I never really thought about corporations, I never really knew what was behind the scenes.”—Eighth Grade Student
The Corporation in the Grade 8 Classroom is a short film that shows how one teacher embraced The Corporation as a teaching tool. You might be surprised by how engaged these Canadian eighth graders are with the concept of corporate power.
Transcripts and extras
Though designed for the house party screening campaign this section has an excellent collection of discussion questions and fact sheet that can be applied to the classroom setting to generate group inquiry.
- Watch Us Move Our Millions
Cities, churches, and colleges take steps to move their money home.
- 9 Best Strategies to End Corporate Rule
Corporate power is behind the politics of climate denial, Wall Street bailouts, union busting, and media consolidation, to name just a few. But real people have power, too. Here are some of our most successful strategies.
- "Social Security is Broke"—and Other Corporate Scare Tactics
For years, corporations have been peddling myths to rally us behind their interests. Here are three things everyone “knows,” and why they're wrong.
The above resources accompany the March 2012 YES! Education Connection Newsletter
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