Black History Month Activities, Biographies, Webquests, Growth Mindset Bundle

Danielle Knight
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    Black History Month is February! This bundle highlights American stories of famous, brave, respected, and accomplished heroes. Explore Martin Luther King, Jr., Maya Angelou, Rosa Parks, Shirley Chisolm, Oprah Winfrey, Ruby Bridges, Jackie Robinson, Barack Obama, and Michelle Obama. Your students will engage in reading the biographies, writing textual evidence, webquest, speech analysis, poetry, and growth mindset activities. Skills reinforced are using textual evidence, inference, and analysis.

    Michelle Obama includes:

    ★Non-fiction questions (Michelle Obama's early years, career, road to the White House, her role as first lady, and her causes)

    - Writing textual evidence

    ★Webquest (links provided. You can print the articles, access using technology, or come up with your own texts to support the activity.

    ★Growth mindset activity -textual evidence

    ★answer key for webquest

    This activity can be used any time of the year. Great for Black History Month and Women's History Month. It can be accomplished in 1-2 class periods; follow-up activities would extend the activity.

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    Barack Obama includes:

    ★Non-fiction questions

    ★Webquest

    ★Growth mindset activity -writing textual evidence

    ★answer key

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    Maya Angelou: Her Life and Poem, "Still I Rise," includes:

    ★Biography questions and answer key

    ★Still I Rise, questions and answer key

    ★Still I Rise, poetic devices and answer key

    ★Word Cloud Activity and answer key

    ★The poem, Still I Rise (original)

    ★The poem, Still I Rise (adapted version)

    The poem appeals to everyone and you will find many ways to make connections with your students. Great to use as a pre-reading exercise to introduce civil rights, Black History Month, National Poetry Month, Poetic Devices, American Literature, Social Studies, the 1960's, figurative language, hyperbole, repetition, rhetorical question, metaphor, simile, rhyme, word cloud, expressive

    -recognize the cross-curricular excitement of the arts with social studies and literature.

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    Jackie Robinson, "An American Legend," includes:

    ★Multiple Choice Questions and answer key

    ★Writing Prompts and answer key

    ★Shirt Design Activity

    Great to use as a pre-reading exercise to introduce civil rights, Black History Month, American Literature, Social Studies, the 1940's, 1950's, 1960's.

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    Rosa Parks, "Mother of Civil Rights," includes:

    *Questions and answer key

    *Vocabulary Connection and answer key

    *Writing Prompt and answer key

    *Mini-Poster Activity

    Great to use as a pre-reading exercise to introduce civil rights, Black History Month, Montgomery Bus Boycott, January, American Literature, Social Studies, Martin Luther King, E.D. Nixon, NAACP, courage, protest, the 1950's, the 1960's.

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    Martin Luther King, Jr., "I Have A Dream," includes:

    ★Multiple Choice Questions and answer key

    ★Literary Device Questions and answer key

    ★Writing Prompt

    ★Shirt Design Activity

    Great to use as a pre-reading exercise to introduce civil rights, Black History Month, Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday in January, American Literature, Social Studies, the 1960's.

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    civil rights,1960's, MLK, King, Martin Luther King, Jr. arts, history, Freedom, American History, dream speech, march, African American, American, Abraham Lincoln, social studies, ELA, middle school ELA, high school ELA, secondary ELA, sports, NAACP, Birmingham, Selma

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    Teaching Duration
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