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
These activities allow students to take ownership in their learning process by choosing the activity that best suits their ability and interest. Use my Freebie Power Point to launch classroom discussion and then assign the number of activities you want your students to complete.
This activity is student centered as the students think like detectives -trying to figure out which people are the impostors, and which is the "real" Dr. King.
Three students will be chosen to pretend they are Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. They will appear next to each other in the front of the roo
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”,