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Jackie Robinson- I created this unit to help teachers find grade appropriate resources to integrate science and social studies into the guided reading block. This unit contains: • Vocabulary Cards- Five vocabulary cards with photographs are included. The words featured on the cards are segregation, integration, civil rights, track, and awards. Please note that only the words track and awards are in the running text. The others are provided to build background knowledge for students. • The M
Learn all about key events in Black History with this Civil Rights Movement Activity Bundle. Resources related to the Jim Crow Laws and racial segregation, the March on Washington, the Montgomery Bus Boycott, the Little Rock Nine, and the Birmingham Campaign are included. Each resource in the bundle contains a two page full text reading passage, close reading resources and activities, comprehension questions and answer keys, vocabulary activities, and graphic organizers.✅Be sure to check out the
Martin Luther King, Jr.: Are you looking for a fun reading activity to use when studying Martin Luther King, Jr? Maybe you want something to kick off Black History Month. It's perfect to use in January for MLK Day or any time you are studying about the Civil Rights Movement. How about incorporating this themed informational "fact find" into your studies! Your students will enjoy this fun 'fact find' style word search! If your students are like mine, they love these puzzles. ************ Scro
In this activity, students rotate to 5 stations in which they will obtain background knowledge on key concepts necessary for understanding and appreciating Maniac journey for acceptance and family. Concepts are: background on Jerry Spinelli, Willie Mays, Social Segregation, A discussion on Civil Rights, and Student Homelessness). After absorbing the information provided, students select a higher order thinking question slip at random (each station has 4 HOT questions which allow students to resp
Through this two-week unit, students will critically examine and compare themes in The Other Side by Jacqueline Woodson to develop an understanding of unjust practices and systemic racism against Black Americans. Students will connect themes in the story to the Jim Crow Laws of segregation and the fight for racial equality for Black Americans in the United States today by analyzing characters, conducting research, and analyzing perspectives. Activities Included:Jim Crow Laws Gallery Walk and Ref
This is a digital breakout that focuses on early 20th century Immigrants, Segregation, Urban Life and Political Corruption. The concept is similar to the escape room, where students will have to collaborate in order to crack the codes to the five locks on the homepage in order to “breakout” of the activity. This is entirely online and students can complete this without having to move about the room. No additional resources needed. Students will work in groups of 4 or 5 to read through the site i
Grades:
9th - 12th
Eisenhower and the Little Rock Nine: A Primary Source Analysis on Civil Rights!This top-notch resource is included in the Civil Rights Movement Unit Bundle!In this primary source activity, students analyze an excerpt from an address to the nation from President Dwight Eisenhower on the Little Rock Crisis regarding school segregation. Enjoy this easy-to-use resource to supplement any Civil Rights Movement unit or lesson the Little Rock Nine!A full teacher key and a Google 1:1 version are include
Black History Informational Text Reading Passages, Reading Comprehension Poster Projects, and Color by Code activities are engaging no prep Black History Month activities that asks students to pull key ideas about key figures from Black History from text. Reading passages on Martin Luther King Jr, Rosa Parks, and Ruby Bridges are included, along with comprehension questions and fun color by code comprehension activities.✅NEWLY UPDATED IN 2021 - ALL NEW RESOURCES ADDED!✅Be sure to check out the t
Engage learners during Black History Month with these Ruby Bridges activities. These civil rights movement activities contain close reading activities, a reading passage about Ruby Bridges and racial segregation, questions, and graphic organizers. Perfect for your upcoming Black History Unit. ✅Be sure to check out the thumbnails for images of some of the great resources included in this product.✅Newly updated in 2021 - All new resources added!✅EASEL Activity Included - formatted and ready to g
Looking for a great activity to kick off the move towards the Common Core standards for Social Studies? This activity is taken from a secondary source and radio program on NPR. The story of George Wallace's "Segregation today, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever" speech illustrates the racial tensions in the deep South and the political tensions between the states and the national government during the 1960s. After students listen to the story (link to the audio reading of the story is pro
Challenges of Segregation in America - United States History - Escape Room allows the teacher to use a break out box as a bell ringer activity. You will also be able to see the power of an escape room in producing teachable moments within your classroom.This is a brand new Escape Room is a totally immersive product from Education Resources Production that promotes cooperative learning! We have developed a comprehensive 1 tier, United States History themed Escape Room, Break Out Box Activity. The
This Rise of Segregation in the United States History - Escape Room allows the teacher to use a break out box as a bell ringer activity. You will also be able to see the power of an escape room in producing teachable moments within your classroom.This is a brand new Escape Room is a totally immersive product from Education Resources Production that promotes cooperative learning! We have developed a comprehensive 1 tier, United States History themed Escape Room, Break Out Box Activity. The Escape
This Earth Day themed Boom Cards™ deck has tons of language targets which you can use across your case load. It includes varied goals such as following commands, sequencing, retelling, conversation skills and social skills, categorization, AAC core words vocabulary building, sentence formulation, increasing MLU, spatial concepts, requesting, commenting, WH questions and a whole lot MORE!The breakdown is as follows:♻️Card 1 - Menu Card♻️Card 2 - Card 7 - Interactive Cards to Tell the Process of P
Students explore twelve interesting events in WORLD HISTORY that occurred on this day, May 17. First, students find these words in a word search. Second, students insert the missing words into cloze sentences at the bottom of the page. Third, students search online for more information about what happened on this day in in history - the births of famous people, famous battles, inventions and scientific breakthroughs, sporting events, celebrations, births or deaths of famous people, etc. Fourth,
Grades:
5th - 10th
This History Scavenger hunt focuses on the Rise of Segregation in American culture. Simply Print and hang the posters on the wall and watch your students follow the clues to solve the fast check phrase.Simple to Set Up - Easy to Use - Fun to Learn!Copyright © Education Resources Production. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may no
This History Scavenger Hunt focuses on "Challenging Segregation". Simply print and hang the posters. Watch your students follow the clues to solve the "Quick Check Phrase".1. Voting Rights Act2. Civil Rights Struggle3. Vote4. Alabama5. Freedom Riders6. John Kennedy7. Thurgood Marshall8. Robert Kennedy9. Martin Luther King, Jr.10. Arrested11. Segregation Now12. March on Washington13. Filibuster14. Nobel Peace Prize15. Selma, AlabamaSimple to Set Up - Easy to Teach - Fun to Learn!Copyright © Edu
Teach all about the Little Rock Nine and racial segregation with these Black History Month activities. These civil rights movement activities contain close reading activities, a reading passage about the Little Rock Nine, questions, and graphic organizers. Perfect for your upcoming Black History Unit. ✅Be sure to check out the thumbnails for images of some of the great resources included in this product.✅Newly updated in 2021 - All new resources added!****************************************Th
Teach all about the Birmingham Campaign and racial segregation with these Black History Month activities. These civil rights movement activities contain close reading activities, a reading passage about the Birmingham Campaign, questions, and graphic organizers. Perfect for your upcoming Black History Unit. ✅Be sure to check out the thumbnails for images of some of the great resources included in this product.✅Newly updated in 2021 - All new resources added!************************************
Ruby Bridges Informational Text Reading Passage, Reading Comprehension Poster Project, and Color by Code activity is an engaging no prep Black History Month activity that asks students to pull key ideas about Ruby Bridges and school segregation from text. A Ruby Bridges reading passage and comprehension questions are included, as well as a fun color by code comprehension activity.✅NEWLY UPDATED IN 2021 - ALL NEW RESOURCES ADDED!✅Be sure to check out the thumbnails for detailed images and descrip
Jackie Robinson broke boundaries as the first African American player in Major League Baseball. But long before Jackie changed the world in a Dodger uniform, he did it in an army uniform.As a soldier during World War II, Jackie experienced segregation every day—separate places for black soldiers to sit, to eat, and to live. When the army outlawed segregation on military posts and buses, things were supposed to change.So when Jackie was ordered by a white bus driver to move to the back of a milit
Do you want to show your students what the physical implications of housing segregation during the Civil Rights Era? Are they curious how housing segregation works and what it actually looks like? Using the Parable of the Polygons website, this interactive simulation helps students understand how just a little bit of bias can have a large impact on how a community looks. This activity walks students through the process of trying to make the 'polygons' happy based on their levels of bias and dive
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8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This is a SmartBoard presentation that I used to teach the Holocaust to my grande 10 ERC class. The presentation touches is cross curricular, touching on Ethics, History and English. There is a section at the end that has ethical questions on the bystander effect, allowing this lecture to be more interactive. Its broken into sections, making it easy to navigate. Includes links to video clips. Topics covered in the lecture: - THE RISE OF HITLER - Treaty of Versailles, his programme, pro
This comprehensive unit of work focuses on Part 1, Chapters 23-28 of Louis Sachar's iconic novel Holes, and includes the following:1. Comprehension and Read & Respond Questions for Chapters 23-28 of the novel. These questions are designed to test comprehension, on the one hand, and to provide prompts for journal-style read-and-respond questions and critical discussions in class. I felt that comprehension questions are too boring/basic for students, and so I wanted to combine the two, to make
The The Beekeeper's Apprentice, or, on the Segregation of the Queen lesson plan contains a variety of teaching materials that cater to all learning styles. Inside you'll find 30 Daily Lessons, 20 Fun Activities, 180 Multiple Choice Questions, 60 Short Essay Questions, 20 Essay Questions, Quizzes/Homework Assignments, Tests, and more. The lessons and activities will help students gain an intimate understanding of the text; while the tests and quizzes will help you evaluate how well the students h

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