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Read Aloud Plays: Sitting Down for Dr. King class set play scripts
Originally published in Scholastic's Storyworks magazine. Exceptionally powerful reader's theater from the Civil Rights Movement. Liven up your Black History unit with this classroom play about the Greensboro Lunch Counter Sit-ins of 1960. Based on the actual event, this classroom play script is sui

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Civil Rights Movement Project Research and Role Play
In this inquiry-based project, students become figures from the Civil Rights Movement. Students research their figure and then embody that person at a culminating party. This project puts students literally in the lives of historical figures. Meet Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou, Thurgood Marshall and mo

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Stono Rebellion Lesson with Simulation, Socratic Dialogue, etc
OBJECTIVES To understand the causes, events, effects, and implications of the Stono Rebellion. OVERVIEW Included in this review are four activities on the Stono Rebellion intended for four different learning levels. First, there is a traditional powerpoint presentation where students may take n

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A Walk, Past, Present, & Future
Take a walk through African American History with this informative yet engaging play. This play facilitates a walk through history highlighting Brown V. Board of Education, the lynching of Emmett Till, Rosa Parks, the Little Rock Nine, Lunch Counter Sit-ins, 1963 March on Washington, “Bombingham”,

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Reader's Theater - From Wrong to Rights
Ever want students to get a great, wide-view perspective of some of the most impactful black Americans' contributions to our history? Have students take a ride using this play.

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The Transatlantic Slave Trade
Explore and label the different stops along the Triangle Slave trade.

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Civil Rights Simulation
In this engaging civil rights simulation, students will "protest" through the Civil Rights Movement. Students will learn about (brief listing):*Emmett Till*March on Washington*March from Selma*SNCC*MLK*Brown v. Board*Little Rock*Freedom Summer*Freedom Riders*Voting Rights Act*Watts RiotsStudents tra

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