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African American Civil Rights Campaigners (1865-1992)

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1 x powerpoint with learning objectives, mini debate topics and reflection questions for students to use.
6 x Sets of notes on each of the different learning objectives (1 set is the preview)


Learning Objective: to be able to debate about the most important helping factor for African Americans between 1865 and 1992.
Learning Objective: to be able to debate about the extent to which opposition to African American civil rights remained powerful between 1865 and 1992.
Learning Objective: to be able to rank Civil Rights leaders in order of importance between 1865 and 1992 in terms of their help with political, social and economic issues.
Learning Objective: to be able to debate about the extent to which the aims of Civil Rights campaigners stayed the same between 1865 and 1992.

Other resources that work well with this resource include:
New Deal - How it helped or didn't help others
Gilded Age in America
African American progress 1856-1992
African American Civil Rights Campaigners

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