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African American History - The Rise and Fall of Slavery - Reading Comprehension
This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for higher elementary to proficient ESL learners or native English speakers. The text describes the rise and fall of the slave trade in the New World during the 18th century. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some co
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African Words Used in English: Word Sort (Black History Month or Sub Plans)
Word sort activity using loan words "borrowed" from African languages. This product provides students studying African cultures or history with an opportunity to build on their background knowledge about English words they may or may not know which derive from African languages such as Wolof, Swahi
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African Americans - Text and Exercise Sheets
African Americans are citizens of the United States with ancestors who came from Africa. Their forefathers were brought to American colonies as slaves in the 17th and 18th centuries. About 40 million African Americans, 13% of the total population, live in the USA today. Contents : 12 pages -Intro
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Famous African American Pioneers
Students will learn about four African American Explorers. Many side lessons are easy to slide into.
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[Freebie] Celebrate Black History Month
An informative poster with various portraits of famous African American heroes.
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One Way Ticket: Using Poetry to Analyze The Great Migration
Students listen to and read Langston Hughes' poem "One Way Ticket" to analyze the push factors and the process of The Great Migration. Students will use references in the poem to map destinations of African Americans during the migration and to identify push factors of The Great Migration. Student
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Malcolm X  - Text and Exercise Sheets
Malcolm X was one of the most important civil rights leaders of the 1950s and 1960s. He was much respected for changing his life from a criminal to a fighter for the rights of African Americans. Contents : 5 pages -Text -Exercises -Key The sample contains a complete non-printable preview of
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George Washington Carver, Plants and Peanuts Power Point
George Washington Carver was known as the Peanut Man but he was so much more and this Power Point was created to honor his legacy. This Power Point (39 slides) is used to teach primary children about the famous African-American scientist. It gives a brief biography and goes into the parts of a plan
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Black History Research Essay Map + Organizer for SPED/EL
This is an easy-to-use essay map for Special Education or EL students. This resource includes an essay map with 3 paragraphs. Each paragraph has a series of sentence stems for your students to complete. This is perfect for your students that may have difficulty with writing an essay on their own or
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IGBO!  A NIGERIAN LANGUAGE (GREAT FOR BLACK HISTORY AND CULTURE)
Igbo! A Nigerian Language is a learning resource starts with a main page of basic information on the language’s background, pronunciation, phrases and words; then it gives thirty vocabulary worksheets (phrases, animals, verbs, etc) that are in the form of fun word searches. At the end is a Certifi
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Martin Luther King  - Text and Exercise Sheets
Martin Luther King was a great American who worked for civil rights in the United States in the 1950s and 60s. He fought for the rights of African Americans and many people, blacks as well as whites, supported him. Contents : 4 pages -Text -Excerpts from his speech "I have a dream" -Exercises -K
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ESL Civil Rights Vocabulary Pack
Designed for English Learners, this is the perfect civil rights vocabulary pack with pictures and two interactive activities. This can be used as a Power Point for an entire vocabulary lesson or as printable vocabulary posters with student practice activities. Words included:African AmericansSlaveSl
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Multilingual Word Wall - HELLO
With over two hundred different languages represented, have fun and make some colorful, creative wall designs or have a different word of the day, every day, for the whole school year. A bulletin board with these colorful, multilingual Hello signs is a great way to show you are an inclusive school c
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