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Theme Lesson Plan: The Story of Ruby Bridges+follow-up Activities
This packet includes everything you need to teach a great theme lesson using the book The Story of Ruby Bridges by Robert Coles. This is a powerful story with many meaningful themes throughout. If you have a different book about Ruby Bridges, the activities would work well with that book as well.
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Brown v. Board of Education Reading Comprehension Worksheet, Civil Rights
Article20 questions- matching, multiple choice (some DBQ)key includedZip file includes:article with questionsjust articlekey

Also included in: School Integration Bundle- Brown v. Board of Education; Ruby Bridges

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Selma - Document Based Question Bundle (Movie Guide + Essay Outline + DBQ)
**** If you purchase this product, you do not have to purchase the movie guide separately! This bundle includes the movie guide! DBQs are an excellent way to hit most of the Common Core standards in your class. If there is one activity that encapsulates the requirements of the Common Core - the DBQ
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Nelson Mandela Reading Comprehension Apartheid, South Africa, Civil Rights
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Freedom Summer Primary Source Activity (Civil Rights Movement)
Freedom Summer Primary Source Activity teaches students about the efforts to register African Americans voters in the South and the fight against them. Using common core techniques, students analyze two primary source documents from both sides of the battle. Students get a deep common core understa
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Letter from Birmingham Jail Martin Luther King Jr Argumentative Opinion Writing
This is a classroom tested reading comprised of the first half of King's great Letter from Birmingham Jail. I have included the first half for several reasons -- it already is a 10 page reading (5 double sided) with a page of vocabulary words with relevant definitions. Your handout will have space
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Jackie Robinson Reading Comprehension; Civil Rights, baseball, sports
Biography of Jackie Robinson with pictures matching and multiple choice comprehension questions- 23 total (some DBQ) key included

Also included in: Civil Rights Leaders Reading Comprehension Bundle, Parks, MLK, Gandhi

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The Reform Movement 1820 to 1860
This workbook takes you though the lives of several reformers who dedicated themselves to changing American society. Topics explored include the abolitionist movement, women’s rights, treatment of the mentally ill and changing education. Some of the people that you will learn about are Dorothea
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Washington vs. Du Bois Paired Primary Source & Extended Writing
Strengthen students' skills in analyzing Booker T. Washington’s Atlanta Exposition Address and W.E.B. Du Bois’s response, "Of Mr. Washington and Others,” and playing them against the backdrop of the Gilded Age in a text-driven, evidence-based extended writing sample. *******************************

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African Americans During World War II (2) Reading Comprehension Worksheet, DBQ
14 questions- identify terms/people, multiple choice, DBQKey includedZip file includes:1) Article with questions2) Text-only pdf3) Key

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Apartheid in South Africa Test preparation and history source questions
This 26 page book is intended to help students prepare and review what they have learned about the history of South Africa between 1948 to 1994. It contains cloze questions to help with knowledge recall and longer source based questions. These require students to analyse sources as evidence and ass
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Rosa Parks Reading Comprehension worksheet; Civil Rights Movement; DBQ
article20 matching and multiple choice questionspoem 5 questions2 documents with 6 multiple choice questionskey included

Also included in: Civil Rights Leaders Reading Comprehension Bundle, Parks, MLK, Gandhi

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Dred Scott Supreme Court Decision: Common Core Analysis
Dred Scott Case Common Core Analysis of the Justice’s Opinions: Dred Scott was an enslaved African American who sued for his freedom and his case went all the way to the Supreme Court. This is a great activity to help your students dive deeper into the Dred Scott v. Sanford case by annotating prima
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Reconstruction Primary Source Document Analysis Activity 6-Pack
Use the effective HIPPOS method to help your students deeply analyze 6 Reconstruction Era primary source documents, hearing the voices of the KKK, their victims, former slaves, and Confederate soldiers. Featured voices in this collection of compelling experiences: - Mississippi Black Codes law -

Also included in: US History Bundle: Colonial Era to Gilded Age Primary Source Analysis 48-Pack

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Era of Reform / Abolition / Era of the Common Man Primary Source Activity 6-Pack
Challenge your students to wonder what was really meant by the famous words, “In Order to Form a More Perfect Union,” by exploring the arguments of antebellum abolitionists, women’s rights activists, and others in this engaging primary source collection that asks, “Why not us, too?” The effective

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To Publish or Not to Publish- Ethics in Photojournalism
To Publish or Not to Publish- Ethics in Photojournalism A mixture of Mind Mission activity and DBQ strategy, To Publish or Not to Publish- Ethics in Photojournalism honors the Civil Rights movement of the 1960’s in Birmingham, Alabama. As photo editors, students analyze an archival p
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New England Slavery DBQ
What was slavery like in the Colonial North? This is a big research question. To start the discussion is to dispel old stereotypes about a free North, opposed to a slave-ridden South before the Civil War. Colonial America is seen as a patch-work of slavery practices. Students examine primary sources
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Civil Rights DBQ
This is a GREAT resource for a U.S. history class or any English classroom that wants to read and analyze primary source documents, particularly related to the Civil Rights Movement. This resource contains 13 primary source documents related to the Civil Rights Movement, including photos, extended
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Black History Month Primary Source Readings Packet
This packet contains the following primary source readings: 1. The Brutality of Slavery: Quock Walker (1784, Mass.) and N.C. v. Mann (1829) cases contrasted 2. Dred Scott decision excerpts 3. Ableman v. Booth, In Re: Booth cases: Nullification of Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 4. Mississippi's 1865 "
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A Pirate's Life DBQ
Let's face it - pirates are cool and fun! With recent popular culture, though, it gets harder to separate the fact from the fiction. In this DBQ young teens are challenged to read primary sources and draw their own conclusions about what a pirate (or privateer!) may have faced in their life, compare
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Civil Rights Movement Document Based Questions DBQ (American History)
Civil Rights Movement Document Based Questions DBQ A free version is available in print, but does not include the digital option. This practice will allow your students to dig deep and analyze the various aspects concerning the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. The format will have students

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On-Demand Writing Assignment-12 Years a Slave
This On-Demand Writing Assignment uses an excerpt from Solomon Northup's 12 Years a Slave, and instructs students to write a textbook section on Slavery in the United States. Rubric is included and allows students to self-assess. To help me create improved and high quality products, please rate a
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Civil Rights Movement: Dr. Martin Luther King vs Malcolm X
Both men wanted the same outcome: Respect, dignity, and equality for African Americans. However, they disagreed on how to achieve that and how it would look. Here students analyze 8 quotes from these two influential men, about 4 different topics: Race relations, education, economics, and violence. S
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SAT Reading Passage (MLK Jr. Letter from Birmingham Jail)
Half of your Evidence-Based Reading and Writing score comes from the new SAT Reading Test, a 65-minute test that requires you to answer 52 questions spread out over five passages. The questions will ask you to do everything from determining the meaning of words in context to deciding an author's pur
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