Name ___________________________________ Date________
Civil Rights: Bus and School Desegregation Review US History
Directions: Fill in the blanks with the proper people/ events
b. Emit Till
c. Little Rock 9
d. Linda Brown
e. Claudette Colvin
f. Little Rock, Arkansas
“Teach Kids About Ethiopia – Let's Sing 'Nanu Ney''” is a world music lesson about Africa for kids that uses a simple sing-along and dance-along to introduce them to Ethiopian melodies and culture. “Nanu Nanu Ney” is a classic Ethiopian pop song, which we recorded in the genre known as “Ethio-Jazz,”
“Teach Kids About Africa – Dance the Malipenga” is an engaging, participatory world cultures lesson about Afirca for kids that invites them to experience a dance from Malawi called the malipenga. Kids will meet the small Southern African nation of Malawi, learn about the malipenga, a dance that nort
“Teach Kids About Africa – Dance the Kwassa Kwassa” is an engaging, participatory world cultures lesson for about Africa for kids that invites them to experience the Congolese hip-swirling dance called the Kwassa Kwassa. Kids will meet the Democratic Republic of the Congo, learn (in an age-appropria
U.S. Aim # 85 Why were labor unions created?
Objectives – Students will be able to
Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.
Define words they do not know using context clues.
Identify and describe why labor unions were created.
Do Now – 3 Minutes