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The Sneetches & Segregation: A Dr. Seuss Inspired Lesson for Black History Month
70 + pages. Link to short film below if you don't have access to a copy of the book. This packet includes the following activities: Read Aloud Questions If I was a Sneetch Drawing Main Idea and Supporting Details Compare and Contrast using a Venn Diagram KWL Charts for segregation, Black Histor
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The Sneetches & Segregation: Black History Month, Anti-Bullying, Dr. Seuss Bday
Use this NO PREP complete lesson plan, student handout and powerpoint with a copy of "The Sneetches" (or use link to read aloud video in PPT slide) to discuss acceptance, segregation, discrimination and text connections. Perfect for Dr. Seuss' Birthday or Read Across America Day (March 2nd), the
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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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Black History Reader: What is Segregation?
Help your students understand the history of the struggles and triumphs of African Americans in our society. This nonfiction reader can help you teach about racial tensions in a student-friendly manner. This reader is designed for independent student reading and is great for guided reading groups as
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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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Segregation and Discrimination Practice (VS.8b)
Differentiating between segregation and discrimination is tough for students. This practice sheet give students the chance to first review those two terms by writing the definition, then reading different scenarios to choose which term is being described, and then create their own example of each.
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Emmett Till: Civil Rights, segregation, Jim Crow, etc (PREZI)
This prezi tells the story of Emmett Till, a young black boy who was viciously murdered in the Jim Crow south and whose confessed murderers were freed by an all-white jury. I use it as part of my introduction to To Kill a Mockingbird, but it would be great for any novel that deals with social justic
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Black History Reader: Segregation in Schools
Help your students understand the history of the struggles and triumphs of African Americans in our society. This nonfiction reader can help you teach about racial tensions in a student-friendly manner. This reader is designed for independent student reading and is great for guided reading groups as
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Segregation and the Jim Crow Laws
This lesson will have students critically explore the period of the Jim Crow era. This highly engaging, interactive, primary based power-point, will have students analyze and understand the implications of the Jim Crow laws, along with the monumental Supreme Court decisions of 'Plessy v. Ferguson',
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Black History Month Simulation: Segregation and the Civil Rights Movement
This is a segregation simulation that puts your kids into history itself. They will each get their own identity (32 individual identities) and experience cards each day so that they are part of the experience. There are six days of reading and six cards for each student. Each day the students wil
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Goin' Someplace Special - a lesson about Segregation
This 4-page lesson plan is great for Black History month or any other time! This lesson includes adaptations for use with a wide variety of students. N.Y. State standards included. This lesson will be based upon a picture book by Patricia C. McKissak called Goin' Someplace Special. This story invol
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Segregation in the 1900's
The following is a 10 slide PPT which teaches segregation and racial discrimination in the U.S. in the early 20th Century. This PPT had great visuals (photos) all with text for students to take notes on during your presentation and lecture. Topics covered in this PPT include, but are not limited t
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Segregation: Past and present sort and match
This is an ideal resource to use throughout your unit on segregation in the past and what is different today. The emphasis is on situations primary children would be able to relate to: separate drinking fountains, schools and busses. This works as a buddy activity, a center and as a way to guide stu
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Virginia Studies: VS.9c : Segregation and Integration of Schools
Virginia Studies: VS.9c : Segregation and Integration of Schools: Teacher Worksheets for Vs.9c: Brown v Board of Education: Desegregation and Integration
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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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De Jure vs. De Facto Segregation
This is a single four page unit from Reading Through History documenting the differences between De Jure and De Facto segregation. There is a one page reading followed by three pages of student activities. The student activities include multiple choice questions, a student response essay question,
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Civil Rights Lesson 5 - Segregated Schools
New Addition! With Interactive, Free, Online component! See: http://reading-socialstudiessolutions.com/ Click or tap on the civil rights icon, the ballot and ballot box. Print version that is available here: -Segregated Schools lesson (one of five lessons of the Civil Rights Movement Unit) fo
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Civil Rights Lesson 6 - Discrimination and Segregation
New Addition! With Interactive, Free, Online component! See: http://reading-socialstudiessolutions.com/ Click or tap on the civil rights icon, the ballot and ballot box. Print version that is available here: -Discrimination and Segregation lesson (one of five lessons of the Civil Rights Movem
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George Wallace - Segregation Speech (Common Core Aligned Activity)
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
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U.S. History PowerPoint: Segregation and Discrimation
This 22-slide PowerPoint includes 11 picture-only slides and 10 slides with content. This PowerPoint covers the period of time between the late 1800s and early 1900s. The slides with content include the following topics: a sample literacy test (voting restrictions), Southern voting laws, poll taxe
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Segregation Readers Theatre Script
This script on Segregation involves students in reading and reviewing information about segregation and the Civil Rights movement. The script is written so that a whole class can have solo and unison speaking roles. It appears in my book DRAMATIZING THE CONTENT WITH CURRICULUM-BASED READERS THEATR
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Apartheid and Segregation glossary of terms and activity
This worksheet is essential to those teaching Apartheid within higher levels of high school, it has a basic list of terms that students will likely encounter when studying this section. It also has a song activity (protest music of the Apartheid era) and a definition section on the aforementioned te
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Redeemers, Segregation & Jim Crow - Homework
This homework is designed to help students understand how the southern states reimposed segregation and Jim Crow laws in the years after the end of Reconstruction. Topics covered include: 1 - Restrictions of Voting Rights. 2 - Plessy v. Ferguson 3 - Official and Unofficial Segregation Laws. 4 - Ly
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Jim Crow - Segregation Question
I use this as a Do Now question to get students thinking about segregation in the United States in either US History or AP US History. APUSH. NYS Regents aligned.
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Reader's Theater Script: Negro League Baseball Stars "The Segregated Game"
This script is based on the real stories of a few of the Negro League baseball stars. Satchel Paige, Buck Leonard, Josh Gibson, and Ted Radcliffe all make an appearance in this original Reader's Theater script. It is an easy read for most grades. The script gives a background into the history of t
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Segregation - Thurgood Marshall
I use this sheet when talking about Thurgood Marshall and the segregation he fought to change. I have students discuss segregation and even separate the boys and girls and take turns only calling on one or the other. They then dig into their books to find segregation that Thurgood fought to change (
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Segregation and the New South
Segregation. The New South. Reconstruction. Lesson 5 of the Reconstruction Unit: **CAN BE ALTERED!** The New South & Segregation This engaging and visually appealing 38-slide PowerPoint presentation is easy to understand with content illustrated with charts and pictures. PLEASE NOTE: This l
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Segregation Simulation: A Hands On Civil Rights Activity
I always strive to make history come to life for my students. I find it so interesting and meaningful and I want them to connect to stories from the past and learn from them. Each year, we teach about civil rights and segregation, and I believe it is such an important topic for students to develop
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Black History: slavery and segregation
A set of worksheets on SLAVERY and SEGREGATION that can be used in a BLACK HISTORY chapter Most worksheets come in color, black and white and simplified versions for lower level / disabled students VIDEO ACTIVITIES: - viewing and analyze of a scene in the movie "The Help" (link included) - viewing
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Pre-Civil Rights Movement, segregation
The World of Ivy by Nancy Gentry. A historical fiction for young readers. In 1940 segregation was the 'law' of the South. 10-year-old Ivy makes an unexpected friendship with Esau, a little black boy who can't read because he doesn't go to school. Through his eyes Ivy sees what a restricted world
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Psychology Lab Schelling's Checkerboard and Segregation 1 Social Psychology
Activity that uses an online resource to explore segregation. What it basically shows is that as long as people have a preference for people like themselves then segregation is very difficult to eliminate in cities and neighborhoods. This is the first in a series of 3 that I made. Follow me at my
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Korean War, Communism, Cold War, Vietnam, Space and Arms Race, Segregation
97 slides with images that show the United States after World War II. We are now a superpower, but we aren't alone. The Soviet Union is competing in space and threatening us with the use of Nuclear Weapons. Some images contain captions and information. These slides are aligned with the Harcourt
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Reading Activity - School Segregation
This is a reading activity about school segregation in Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh specifically. The beginning activity is a think-pair-share warm-up as it transitions into the entire piece taken from Pittsburgh Tribune by Natasha Lindstrom.
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Life Under Jim Crow: Segregation Museum Exhibit
Students will learn about life under Jim Crow segregation by creating a museum exhibit for the new Smithsonian in DC. Students will select a topic from the provided list, create an exhibit that includes varied components, and then display the exhibit for classmates to see. This resource includes:
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USII.4c Discrimination & Segregation
This resource covers the topic, U.S. Regions USII.4c, as outlined in the Virginia History Standards of Learning found at the following link: http://www.doe.virginia.gov/testing/sol/frameworks/history_socialscience_framewks/2008/2008_final/framewks_ushist1865-present.pdf. It is an excellent tool for
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Taking on Segregation
This is a power point correlated with the ‘The Americans’ textbook by Houghton Mifflin (chapter 21 section 1) but can be used independently from text. It outlines the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement including Plessy v. Ferguson, Thurgood Marshall, Brown v. Board of Education, Little Rock 9, M
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Segregating foods eaten for breakfast/lunch/dinner/snack/dessert
Teaching children which foods are typically eaten at different times of the day. Kids are highly motivated by food pictures so its a fun activity for them and a good way to work on labeling and categorizing. I printed these slides, laminated them, and then made a sorting activity with Velcro so the
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Slavery, the Civil War, Segregation, and the Civil Rights Movement
This exciting unit is suitable for grades 10 to 12. Students will study some of the most important facets of the African-American experience through history, from slavery to the Civil Rights movement. This unit has multimedia components (for example, music and video), and is varied to appeal to di
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Reconstruction & Segregation 1865-1919 Video Notes- Schlessinger Media
Fill in the blank notes to go with the video: Reconstruction & Segregation 1865-1919 Video Notes- Schlessinger Media See Below Other 5th Grade Social Studies Bundles Great Depression and New Deal BUNDLE Click Here Modern Culture: 20th Century Civil Rights Movement BUNDLE Click Here Recent Dev
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School Segregation Hyperdoc (Brown v Board)
This high tech assignment utilizes hyperdocs, google classroom, and Flipgrid and includes tutorials for all of these technology elements for teachers. This digital resource is meant to be used with students' Google Suite for Education. Students can use this resource independently or collaboratively.
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Segregation PowerPoint
PowerPoint presentation which includes causes of segregation, the definition of segregation, examples of segregation, the civil rights movement, and how segregation ended. The presentation also includes videos to further explain the concept to students. *For talking points I also have a file entit
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Sylvia Mendez Vs. Segregation in Education
“ Sylvia Mendez Vs. Segregation in Education: A Bicultural Poem for Multicultural-Americans,” by Norma Landa Flores, M.A. Speech Communication, was written for @teacherspayteachers.com in keeping with the author’s commitment to integrating educational institutions and empowering marginalized multi
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Segregation Oreos
Students will draw a picture of them segregating the Oreo pieces. How does this affect the enjoyment of the Oreo? How would they look like if they were sold during segregation and after segregation was banned?
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American History: Western Frontier 1877, Segregation 1917-Vocabulary Practice
American History: Western Frontier 1877-Urban Life, Segregation, Mass Culture 1917-Vocabulary Practice Western Frontier 1877-1900 Industrial Age 1877-1900 Immigrants and Urbanization 1877-1914 Urban Life, Segregation, Mass Culture 1877-1917 Worksheets 65 pgs + Answer Sheets 65pgs Study Sheet Matc
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AP Human Geography Segregation Ethnic Murder Mystery w/ Worksheet
If you have ever done a murder mystery you know how fun they are. This murder mystery is designed to be used in a classroom and teaches about segregation in Australia and how ethnic groups have been treated differently through the Stolen Generation. It also links the treatment of Aboriginal people
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Segregation and Discrimination Lesson Plan
This folder contains all of the materials necessary for a daily lesson on Segregation and Discrimination in the United States. The lesson focuses on the key terms and ideas of segregation and discrimination in the United States. The folder contains a lesson plan, powerpoint presentation, student g
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Growing Up in a Segregated Country/Children of Segregation - Blackface Comedy
A worksheet that uses video clips to show how children were exposed to negative stereotypes growing up in a segregated country. Clips (links included) include two white comedians applying blackface makeup during their act and the crows from Disney's Dumbo.
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Cause and Effect of Segregation in the US
This lesson is a preview of racism and segregation in the United States. It is intended to be used as an introduction to the Civil Rights Movement, examining the causes and effects of segregation in education and public places. The ACCESS American History textbooks are an excellent resource to use
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Sneetches / Segregation in the U.S.
A note-catcher for a unit based around segregation. I used Dr. Seuss's 'The Sneetches' to introduce the idea of segregation and help my students to identify and comprehend the main idea of a story as well as relate it to real life events. The note-catcher includes stop and jot pages, main idea graph
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Psychology Schilling's Checkerboard Segregation Social Psychology Bundle
This bundle includes all 3 of my Schilling's checkerboard activities. These activities use online resources to explore segregation. Students try to place "homes" based on rules that say things like, the green group wants at least 1 green neighbor. What they basically shows is that as long as peop
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Psychology Lab Schellings Checkerboard 2 Segregation Social Psychology
Activity that uses an online resource to explore segregation. What it basically shows is that as long as people have a prefrence for people like themselves then segregation is very difficult to eliminate in cities and neighborhoods. This is the second in a series of 2 that I made.
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Psychology Schelling's Checkerboard Segregation 3 Social Psychology
Activity that uses an online resource to explore segregation. What it basically shows is that as long as people have a preference for people like themselves then segregation is very difficult to eliminate in cities and neighborhoods. This is a cool lab because it relies on a website that features
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