Social justice is necessary to weave into the English curriculum because it allows students to explore their own world views and discuss them with other students. Teenagers must be provided with a space to explore and discuss important social justice issues. Sometimes, they need just a bit of guidance. Here are five ways to incorporate social justice into the classroom. 1. Help students find a social justice issue they are passionate about. Not everyone will share the same passion about the same topics, and that's okay! It is crucial to help students explore what they feel strongly about. Start by asking them what aspects of their lives they value most, and create a discussion about how those things might not be present in everyone's lives. For example, a student might be really passionate about sports and may be interested in making sports more accessible to people worldwide. By asking your students questions about what they value, you can help them find causes they may...