Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws - Summary - Sorting Activity - Emoji Exit Ticket

Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws - Summary - Sorting Activity - Emoji Exit Ticket
Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws - Summary - Sorting Activity - Emoji Exit Ticket
Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws - Summary - Sorting Activity - Emoji Exit Ticket
Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws - Summary - Sorting Activity - Emoji Exit Ticket
Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws - Summary - Sorting Activity - Emoji Exit Ticket
Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws - Summary - Sorting Activity - Emoji Exit Ticket
Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws - Summary - Sorting Activity - Emoji Exit Ticket
Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws - Summary - Sorting Activity - Emoji Exit Ticket
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Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws were something I used to race through at the end of the year. I needed a way to make these topics come alive for my students. After we did this lesson in class this year, my students REALLY understood the impact of Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws.

In this lesson, students read a short background summary of both Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws (included in this purchase). I had mine read it in pairs. I've included 3 different activities for you to choose from.

1) Sorting Activity - students are given a baggie with cards that have pictures, primary source quotes and summaries of either Black Codes or Jim Crow laws. Students read through those cards and sort them according to if they believe the card represents a Black Code or a Jim Crow Law.

2) You post the cards around the room (numbers on the cards) that have primary source quotes, pictures or summaries on them. Students move around the room answering Jim Crow Law or black code on an answer sheet provided - they must JUSTIFY their answer. You could also use this set of cards in stations.

3) Visual Summary - Students illustrate the difference between the Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws.

4) Finally - I've included 3 different emoji exit tickets. You could choose just one or mix the three up in your class periods to discuss various perspectives on these laws.

Included in purchase:
-Teacher instructions
-Background summaries of Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws
-Sorting cards (18 total) - you cut these up and put them in baggies
-Cards with numbers (18 total) to be used for the gallery walk/station activity (same cards as the sort, but with numbers added)
-Recording sheet for students (You could always just use notebook paper)
-Key
-Visual Summary page (students draw their understanding of the difference of Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws
-3 different types of EMOJI Exit Tickets (from the perspective of a former slave, an abolitionist and a Southern plantation owner (you can pick and chose which to use)

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