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Martin Luther King Jr Civil Rights Movement PowerPoint & MLK Writing Assignment
A Martin Luther King Jr Civil Rights Movement PowerPoint presentation and MLK Writing Assignment. An engaging overview of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. from birth to his death and his legacy. There are many photographs and some audio from his "I have a dream" speech. Students will learn ab
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Ruby Bridges Biography Flipchart- Black History Month
This is a flipchart I created to use on my Promethean Board. I used it during my Ruby Bridges unit. I created it to along with Black History Month which is in February. The flipchart includes - KWL chart -where she was born - questions to start class discussions -her first days at the all white sc
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MLK’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” Introductory PowerPoint
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Thus wrote Martin Luther King Jr. in his eloquent and impassioned “Letter from Birmingham Jail” in 1963. Considered by many to represent a crucial turning point in the American Civil Rights movement, the letter is taught today in countless soc

Also included in: Rhetoric Mega-Bundle: Appeals, Devices & “Letter from Birmingham Jail” Unit

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Oluadah Equiano's "The Interesting Life" Memoir Teaching Pack, with Paired Text
This teaching pack guides an in-depth study of an excerpt of Equiano's memoir of his journey on the Middle Passage. There are so many options with this low prep pack that you can pick and choose or work your way through them all. Student Experience: Students are guided through the background, key e

Also included in: American Literature Curriculum, Full Year, BUNDLE+

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Bio Sphere - Harriet Tubman - Differentiated Reading, Slides & Activities
Bio Spheres are designed to highlight individuals with diverse backgrounds who have made significant contributions to our world. Each resource has a full-suite of resources to fill every need to bring a person to life in the classroom. From activities to reading to instruction to classroom decor --

Also included in: Bio Sphere - Overcomers (Females) Bundle - Reading, Slides & Activities

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Alice Walker’s “Everyday Use” Handout
A nine-page handout designed for honors-class students who seek more than a superficial analysis of Walker’s most anthologized story. It delves into the structure of “Everyday Use,” including the inciting moment or the major problem of the story, its climax, recognition, and reversal (or surprise e
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Ralph Ellison's "Battle Royal" Handout
An analysis of Ralph Ellison’s short story “Battle Royal,” a chapter from his novel Invisible Man, including its themes, plot, climax, recognition, reversal, protagonists, antagonists, symbolism, and point of view. Some teachers overlook the fact that one powerful way Ellison shows that in the Ameri
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Harriet Tubman PowerPoint
10 Slides Includes: What do you know about Harriet Tubman?? Where did Harriet Tubman grow up? How was life as a slave? What do you know about the Underground Railroad? (Youtube Video) How did Harriet Tubman lead others to freedom? How did Harriet help out in the Civil War? (Youtube Video) What happ
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Bio Sphere - LeBron James - Differentiated Reading, Slides & Activities
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African-American scientists in U.S. history; reading, and discussion questions
African-American scientists in U.S. history In this set of four short bios, we take the students through notable African American scientists in U.S. History. This can be given out in a science class, social studies/history, or Gen. Ed and home schooling. The reading is concluded with a series of o
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Gwendolyn Brooks’s “We Real Cool” Handout
Detailed analysis of the theme, structure, and stylistic aspects of Brooks’s “We Real Cool.” The handout also contains an essay explicating the poem. This nine-paragraph essay may be used as a model in explicating any poem. The first paragraph of the essay has a lead-in sentence (about Brooks), a
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Robert Hayden’s “Those Winter Sundays” Handout
A detailed analysis of the structure, characters, themes, imagery, and symbolism of Hayden’s most popular poem, “Those Winter Sundays.” In addition, the handout provides activities on the metrical and sound devices used in the poem, including hand-on work with scansion, alliteration, consonance, an
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Richard Wright’s “The Man Who Was Almost a Man” Handout
The seventeen-year-old “King” Dave slays the Goliath of Southern racism in Wright’s brilliant short story, whose paradoxical title—How can “a man” be “almost a man”?—will jump out at your perceptive students. My handout provides a detailed analysis of the story’s structure (including inciting mo
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Claude McKay’s “The Harlem Dancer” in Teaching the Shakespearean Sonnet Handout
In introducing the Shakespearean sonnet, a teacher typically follows the natural inclination of using one by the Bard himself. Considering vocabulary, theme, and style, I have found that a Shakespearean (sometimes called English) sonnet by a modern poet is preferable. This handout shows how I use a
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Bio Sphere - Frederick Douglass - Differentiated Reading, Slides & Activities
Bio Spheres are designed to highlight individuals with diverse backgrounds who have made significant contributions to our world. Each resource has a full-suite of resources to fill every need to bring a person to life in the classroom. From activities to reading to instruction to classroom decor --

Also included in: Antebellum Period -- A Nation Divided -- U.S. History Curriculum Unit Bundle

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Maya Angelou's "Sister Monroe" Handout
An analysis of Maya Angelou’s hilarious short story “Sister Monroe.” This handout begins with a discussion of what typically makes people laugh. Five characteristics of humor are listed and applied to Angelou’s story. A distinction is then made between physical humor and intellectual humor; agai
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A Raisin in the Sun
A Raisin In the Sun tells the story of the Younger family’s struggle for dignity and a better life—and the backlash that erupts when they try to move beyond their oppressive Chicago tenement home. Set just before the dawn of the Civil Rights and Women’s Movements, A Raisin In the Sun demonstrates ho
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History Sleuth: Was W.E.B. DuBois at 1918 Airmail Launch with Woodrow Wilson?
This “history sleuth” slideshow and project suggests that a well-dressed gentleman filmed standing a few feet from President Woodrow Wilson at the launch of the U.S. Airmail service might be the African-American scholar, writer, historian and civil rights activist W.E.B. DuBois. A copy of this PDF m
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George Washington Carver PowerPoint
This PowerPoint of George Washington Carver, also called the Peanut Man (or the Wizard of Tuskegee) is great for Black History Month or as a supplement to your history unit on 20th century leaders. A biography of the highlights of the life of George Washington Carver, his childhood (born a slave),
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Bio Sphere - Crispus Attucks - Differentiated Reading, Slides & Activities
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Also included in: Boston Tea Party (The Road to Revolution) -- U.S. History Curriculum Unit Bundle

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Bio Sphere - Malcolm X - Differentiated Reading, Slides & Activities
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Also included in: Bio Sphere - Black History Month Bundle #2 - Reading, Slides & Activities

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Civil Rights Unit
This is another whole-unit lesson plan which involves about 10 ninety-minute blocks. There are many different strategies for this Civil Rights Unit, including cooperative learning, primary and secondary source analysis, stations, graphic organizers, note-taking, and presentations, etc. I have used t
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Bio Sphere - Rosa Parks - Differentiated Reading, Slides & Activities
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Also included in: Civil Rights Movement -- U.S. History Curriculum Unit Bundle

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Bio Sphere - Jackie Robinson - Differentiated Reading, Slides & Activities
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