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This is a seven lesson unit covering African Americans in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The first lesson documents the experiences and achievements of the African American units known as Buffalo Soldiers during the post-Civil War era. The second lesson is a biography of Hiram Revels, the first African American to serve in the US Senate. The third lesson documents the history and experience of sharecroppers, while the fourth and fifth are biographies of Booker T. Washington and George Washin
Students will read, highlight, and answer text dependent questions about Buffalo Soldiers. The one page document also features information about Buffalo Soldier and Medal of Honor recipient, George Jordan from Tennessee.
3rd - 8th
How did the Buffalo Soldiers impact history? Learn about their contributions with a reading, video and song activity.In this resource you will receive - -Directions for the activity-One page of informational text on the Buffalo Soldiers-A video link and questions to use as a preview to the activity-A song link and questions to analyze-A processing assignment requiring your student to create an historical marker. ⭐Please download the preview to see more information on this resource. ⭐2019 TEKS f
This webquest allows students to learn about the history of African American soldiers and their contributions to the United States, with a special focus on Texas. It uses a timeline created by the Bullock Museum in Texas, which was designed for use in classrooms grade 5-12.This webquest works great as a way to integrate technology into the classroom. The site is advertisement free and includes interactive pictures to foster a better understanding of the history of ‘Buffalo Soldiers’ and having
The product contains: one page of informational text on the 7th, 9th, and 10th Cavalries and the Buffalo Soldiers; a worksheet of reading comprehension questions, and a teacher’s key. Questions are true or false; multiple choice and open ended. This product is great for Social Studies (History) and Language Arts (Reading Comprehension). INCLUDES:One-Page Reading PassageOne Reading Comprehension WorksheetOne Teacher's KeyTwo Graphic OrganizersTHIS PRODUCT IS GREAT FOR A QUICK SAMPLE FOR CHART
5th - 7th
Buffalo Soldiers. African American History. Spanish-American War. Spanish American War. 1898. This is a reading that will help students understand the Buffalo Soldiers. It is used to explain that the military was once segregated, and the contributions of the African-American troops in the past. A short history of the Buffalo Soldiers is given, and then students answer 10 questions about the reading. This uses multiple depth-of-knowledge levels, and is perfect for reaching common core standards!
This is a nonfiction passage created to follow the new Social Studies standards for Tennessee. This passage teaches standard 5.32. The passage teaches about the Buffalo Soldiers and specifically about George Jordan from Tennessee. I have created a passage, an organizer to use while students complete a close read, and text dependent questions. A final activity will ask students to create a "trading card" featuring George Jordan. The trading card will ask students to draw a picture of Sergeant Jo
This passage describes the Buffalo Soldiers. 15 questions (identify and multiple choice) assess students' understanding. I've included a color and black and white version, as well as a key. INCLUDES:article 15 questions- identify, multiple choiceColor and BW VersionsKey IncludedPart of my Westward Expansion Bundle*If you don't already, Follow Me!
** Don't Belong Here - Ghosts of Buffalo Soldiers and Arizona History is now double formatted for printable PDFs, digital compatible (Flipped learning, distance learning) and is of course Google Classroom readyI Don't Belong Here - Ghosts of Buffalo Soldiers and Arizona History by Lonnie Dai Zovi - is a short ghost story with exercises about a young man who enlisted in the unique branch of the U.S cavalry made up of all former slave recruits later called the Buffalo Soldiers. He lost his life
*ALL CONTENT, NO FLUFF*This is a PowerPoint about the African American Buffalo Soldiers and their impact on westward expansion. It's got tons of pictures and couple of videos that supplement the PowerPoint nicely!The PowerPoint Includes:-Lesson Objectives-Lots of images-2 YouTube video links -Student-centered discussion questions-Exit TicketAs always, you are free to tweak however you like! Let me know how you like it.Thanks
Are you looking for a PowerPoint lesson to teach your fourth and fifth grade students about the Buffalo Soldiers? This PowerPoint provides a differentiated lesson with 6 activities for teaching your 4th and 5th grade students about the Buffalo Soldiers. This resource is perfect for teaching all upper elementary learners about Buffalo Soldiers, Westward Expansion activities, American History or Black History. Just click and go, and you are ready to teach!. TN SS.Standard:5.02 Examine the appeal
Buffalo Soldiers clip art - Mini - by Melonheadz ClipartThis set contains all of the images as shown here, COLORED and BLACK AND WHITE included.Each graphic is hand drawn by me, and unique to Melonheadz.This set includes: "Buffalo Soldiers", 3 soldiers, buffalo, monument…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………Each image is saved in its own 10 inch png file. Saved at 300 DPI for optimum quality. I have seen them printed as large as 3 feet without losing any of their integrity
Activity delving into the history behind the Bob Marley song, "Buffalo Soldier".
EDITABLE reading comprehension packet on the experiences of African American pilots and soldiers during the Second World War. Packet includes key information, multiple choice practice, pictures for visual learners and reading comprehension questions with space to answer them right on the page.
An informational text relay race is an activity that allows students to closely read a passage of informational text and answer text based questions about the passage; with the added motivation of friendly competition to make the activity more engaging. Students work together, use accountable talk, and get immediate feedback regarding their level of understanding of the covered content. This activity includes a passage about the Buffalo Soldiers of the American West. See my other products rel
This is a 25 slide, highly animated, power point presentation on the Western Expansion in the United States - Buffalo Soldiers. Each of the slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.“Buffalo Soldiers” originally were members of the U.S. 10th Cavalry Regiment of the United States Army, formed on September 21, 1866 at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. This nickname was given to the “Negro Cavalry” by the Native American tribes who fought against them. The term eventually becam
DIGITAL + PRINTABLE | All About Buffalo Soldier Day Adapted Books - Level 1 and Level 2 | Use this set of leveled, interactive adapted readers to teach your students about Buffalo Soldier Day.This adapted book is included in Adapted Book Club. Get access to 800+ adapted books by joining Adapted Book Club, with new books added each month!What is included in the download?Each adapted book comes in two levels, Level 1 and Level 2.• Level 1 - 14 pages with 2 comprehension questions (18 interactive p
Just About Everything That You Need To Know About the lives of. African Americans in the 19th centuryThis is a series of workshops that will teach home schooling youth and young adults about the lives of. African Americans in the 19th century. In this age of technology, our youth and young adults need to know about the history of African Americans.Here is a workshop that provides a historical discussion of the lives of and what really happened to African American in the 19th century.
In this packet students read two separate passages involving the history of Fort Davis:The first passage is about the Buffalo Soldiers -- African American troops who fought for the US Army in the Indian Wars. They were stationed at Fort Davis throughout the late 1800s. The second passage describes life at Fort Davis before, during and after the Buffalo Soldiers were stationed there. In particular the passage relates the various ways soldiers entertained themselves at Fort Davis. Each passage
African American military unit stationed on the western frontier to protect the settlers and other industry. I have included the GenEd reading section, modified reading section, a key to this assignment, lesson plan with Texas TEKS, & test questions
Learn about how African Americans settled in the West. Unit includes a complete book lists for each topic, chapter books, as well as some reference books. Additionally, there are activities by topic related to Blacks in the West. Did you know you can get TPT credit to use on future purchases? Go to your My Purchases page and beside each purchase you'll see a Provide Feedback button. Simply click it and you will be taken to a page where you can give a quick rating and leave a short comment for
In this packet students will read about the Buffalo Soldiers -- African American soldiers who fought for the US Military in the Wild West. The reading includes a brief excerpt from a primary source written by Frederic Remington.After the reading, students will answer 4 multiple choice questions and an open ended essay question. This product also includes a complete answer key including responses to the open-ended question. If you like this product, consider buying the bundle! Over 300 pages f
9th - 12th
An informational text article about the Buffalo Soldiers. A great activity for Black History Month, a supplement, fill in, or substitute teaching plan anytime! This can be done as a web quest assignment using the site. The information is from, the questions are mine. MS Word doc for easy editing.
Give your students a creative but historical writing assignment by putting them in the shoes of a Buffalo Soldier in the Frontier Wars writing a letter home.Students should write about the geography of the land, what it's like to be a soldier in the war, and how they feel about the cause for which they are fighting.Take it as a grade, or use it for notes, but either way... remember the Alamo and the Big and Bright Texas History Ideas TPT Store. Big and Bright Texas History Ideas is proud to brin

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