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Reader's Theater ~ Jim Crow Laws and Segregation
Reader's theater is a great way to practice oral fluency. What's even better is integrated it with another subject area. Use this reader's theater to expose students to the topic of segregation after Reconstruction and work on fluency in small group, whole group, or literacy centers. Packet inc
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Jim Crow Laws Sort (VS.8b)
Differentiating between segregation and discrimination is tough for students. This sorting activity allows students to read a variety of defintions, situation, or analyze primary source pictures and determine if they're an example of segregation or discrimination. An answer key is included. This
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Jim Crow Laws - Racial Segregation - Information, Questions, Poster Project
All About the Jim Crow Laws: Informational Text and Poster Project All About the Jim Crow Laws Informational Text and Poster Project is a fun and engaging way for students to demonstrate their knowledge of racial segregation and this important historical event. Great for Black History Month or yo
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Virginia Studies VS.8b Segregation and Jim Crow Laws Powerpoint
An 11 slide powerpoint that correlates with the SOL standards for VS.8b. Complete with pictures and questions to progress monitor as you go along. Check out my other products for more powerpoints on Virginia Studies and Science SOLs. :-)
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Jim Crow Laws in Virginia: Quiz and Test
Aligned to VAAP standard HS-C12b and Virginia SOL VS.8b. Students are required to identify the effects of segregation and “Jim Crow” on life in Virginia for whites, African Americans, and American Indians. Quiz includes matching and a bonus question. Test includes fill in the blank and a version
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U.S. Aim # 74 What were Jim Crow Laws?
U.S. Aim # 74 What were Jim Crow Laws? 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 what the Jim Crow Laws were. Do Now – 3 Minutes 1. Describe ho
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Jim Crow Laws Study Guide
This accessible and detailed resource details: * The origins of the Jim Crow laws * The culture of Jim Crow in the south * The role of churches and science in enabling segregation * Examples of discrimination and segregation * Plessy vs Ferguson 1896

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School Segregation & Desegregation (Jim Crow Laws) Supreme Court Webquest Bundle
Students will learn all about two historic Supreme Court cases that impacted both the segregation of schools in America (Plessy v. Ferguson) and the eventual desegregation of schools in America (Brown v. Board of Education) in this two part webquest bundle!***These webquests start on separate pages,
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Georgia Studies Jim Crow Laws and Disenfranchisement Activity and Assessment
Lesson plan: A creative writing activity that will help students connect with the inequality and segregation laws of this time period on a deeper level. It is also a great assessment for student understanding. Check out: "Race Riot of 1906" Video And Activity
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Common Core Cross Curriculum Civil Rights and Jim Crow Laws
This lesson allows students to make connections between the Jim Crow laws and the roots of segregation with the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement. Students will use a passage from The Lions of Little Rock and a passage providing background on the Jim Crow laws to make connections between the t
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Civil Rights UNIT
Civil Rights 2-Week UNIT: This unit includes 2-week formal lesson plans (no prep print), 17 leveled reading passages (51 total), reader's theater, creative writing, hands-on game, lapbook/interactive notebook foldable notes, and a visual demonstration. ----------------------------------------------
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To Kill a Mockingbird CCSS Unit Bundle Gr. 8-11
Your one stop bundle to teach To Kill a Mockingbird. CCSS aligned grades 8-11 MICROSOFT ONEDRIVE AND GOOGLE CLASSROOM OPTIONS included! What's included in this bundle: Complete student workbook (DIGITAL and PRINTABLE) Teacher workbook answer guide (PARTIALLY COMPLETE - updated weekly) Complete C
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4th Grade Social Studies UNITS FOR ENTIRE YEAR - PART 2
4th Grade Social Studies UNITS FOR ENTIRE YEAR - PART 2 4th Grade Social Studies UNITS FOR ENTIRE YEAR - PART 1-click here Quarter 3: 1. A New Nation: Assessments PowerPoints Study Guide Interactive notes Quizzes Task Cards Weaknesses of Articles of Confederation, Ratify, constitutional con
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Ruby Bridges - Complete Movie Guide
*** Recently updated! Ruby Bridges is a 1998 made-for-television movie, written by Toni Ann Johnson and based on the true story of Ruby Bridges, the first black student to attend integrated schools in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1960. This movie guide will help your students get the most out of thi
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Reconstruction UNIT
Reconstruction. This Reconstruction UNIT download includes a total of 5 **editable** PowerPoint presentations, 15+ graphic organizer pages, study guide and 3-page test (teacher key included). The study guide and test are Word documents which can be modified or changed to meet the needs of your cla
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Remember the Titans - Complete Movie Guide
This 24-question movie guide will help your students get the most out of this powerful movie. This movie guide comes with an answer key. Ready to print and ready to use! Enjoy! Movie overview: "Set in Alexandria, Virginia, in 1971, the fact-based story begins with the integration of black and white
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Glory Road - Complete Movie Guide
*** Recently Updated and Improved *** In 1966, Texas Western coach Don Haskins led the first all-black starting line-up for a college basketball team to the NCAA national championship. This movie exposes students to challenges of discrimination and racial injustice. This 16-question movie guide will
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Reconstruction Post Civil War Task Cards
Reconstruction Post-Civil War Task CardsThe Civil War is a huge unit! The Reconstruction process post-Civil War are an essential part of the unit. These task cards will review Reconstruction. There are 24 task cards that ask questions in a multiple choice format, a student recording sheet, and an an

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Civil Rights Movement Brochure
Civil Rights Movement brochure! This Civil Rights Movement Brochure covers the following ideas/ vocabulary of the Civil Rights Movement: Jim Crow Laws Segregated NAACP Brown vs Board of Education Briggs vs Elliott Rosa Parks Martin Luther King Jr There is a brief quiz on the back as well as a wor
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Civil War & Reconstruction BUNDLE - 4th Social Studies
1.The Civil War: Vocabulary: Uncle Tom’s Cabin, states' rights. popular sovereignty, slavery in the U.S. regions, Civil War Battles, Gettysburg Address, Abraham Lincoln, Robert E. Lee, Ulysses S. Grant, Jefferson Davis, Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, Effects of war, women at home, Missouri Compromise
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The Rosa Parks Story - Movie Guide
Many people believe Rosa Parks' simple refusal to move to the back of a Montgomery, Alabama bus was her contribution to the Civil Rights Movement, but this engrossing look at her life tells the whole story. At a young age, she refused to recognize her alleged inferiority to whites and became an acti
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Reconstruction after the Civil War BUNDLE - 4th Social Studies
PowerpointInteractive Notes Study Guide AssessmentAssessment KEYTask Cards reconstruction, Andrew Johnson, assassination, Lincoln ten percent plan, congress, impeached, amendments, Freedmen's Bureau,free labor, contracts, Thirteenth Amendment, Fourteenth Amendment, vetoed, override, Fifteenth Amendm
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Reconstruction Post Civil War Assessment
The Civil War is an important part of our social studies curriculum, no matter the grade or state! This assessment includes 10 multiple choice, 10 matching vocabulary, and a constructed response writing prompt covering the important people of the Civil War: Includes: ✸13th amendment ✸14th amendment

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Reconstruction after the Civil War ASSESSMENT 4th SS
reconstruction, Andrew Johnson, assassination, Lincoln ten percent plan, congress, impeached, amendments, Freedmen's Bureau,free labor, contracts, Thirteenth Amendment, Fourteenth Amendment, vetoed, override, Fifteenth Amendment, sharecropping, profit, Jim Crow Laws, segregated, Black CodesSee Below
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