- Provide students with an excellent opportunity to research and learn about Influential Black Americans and create an eye catching display with this fabulous, money saving BUNDLE!This Resource Includes:• Black History Month Banner Project Activities• Black History Month Bulletin BoardPlease click on$7.00$4.20Save $2.80
Give your students an opportunity to research and learn about up to 84 different influential black Americans using these report banners! After completion they can be displayed together to create an awesome bulletin board during Black History Month or any and every month!
This Resource Includes:
★ A Project Tracker to help you keep track of which students are researching which individuals
★ Step by Step Instructions to guide you through using this resource with your class
★ 3 Different Versions of Research Assignment Note Pages you can use to help your students complete their research. Three versions are included to offer varying levels of support and freedom.
★ Title Banner for Display with the words "Honor the Past, Celebrate the Present, Educate & Inspire the Future" to be displayed with completed report banners
★ Banner Report Pages for 84 Different Influential Black Americans with Sentence Starters that students can record research findings on and color
★ Banner Report Pages for 84 Different Influential Black Americans with Blank Lines that can be used with older students, students who need more of a challenge, or simply to provide less structure and more freedom for students to write about research findings.
This Resource Includes Report Pages for the Following People:
Alice Walker, Langston Hughes, Maya Angelou, Octavia Butler, Angela Davis, James Baldwin, Phillis Wheatley, Ralph Ellison, Richard Wright, Terry McMillan, Toni Morrison, Zora Neale Hurston, Booker T. Washington, Frederick Douglas, Henry Box Brown, Huey P. Newton, Jesse Jackson, Malcolm X, Thurgood Marshall, Miles Davis, Mary Lou Williams, Dinah Washington, Terri Lyne Carrington, Nancy Wilson, Condoleezza Rice, Bessie Coleman, Scott Joplin, Katherine Johnson, Nat Turner, Nelson Mandela, Marcus Garvey, Martin Luther King, Jr., Philip Randolph, Elle Baker, Diane Nash, Dorothy Height, Fanny Lou Hamer, Amelia Boynton, Daisy Bates, Ruby Bridges, Jo Ann Robinson, Rosa Parks, Septima Poinsette Clark, Harriet Tubman, Mary Mcleod Bethune, Sojourner Truth, Jan Ernst Matzeliger, Johnny Hartman, Etta James, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, Melba Liston, Colin Powell, Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., Sammy Davis Jr., Marian Anderson, George Washington Carver, Elijah Mccoy, Dr. Patricia Bath, Alexander Miles, Sarah E. Good, Sarah Breedlove Walker, Mary Kenner, Mary Van Britton Brown, Lewis Latimer, Art Blakey, John Coltrane, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Charles Mingus, Art Tatum, Duke Ellington, Theolinious Monk, Alice Coltrane, Nat King Cole, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Bessie Smith, Nina Simone, Barack Obama, Bill Pickett, Benjamin Banneker, Goose Tatum, Edna Lewis
Please note that this resource does NOT include reading passages. Your students will need to use text and online resources to complete their research. View the preview to get a clear understanding of exactly what is included.
This Resource is For:
• Teachers who want to provide students with an opportunity to learn about influential black Americans through independent research and create an engaging display that is sure to get lots of compliments!
Why I Love this Resource:
I've been having my first grade students research influential black Americans for several years now. I love that it gives them a chance to do their own research (with support from their family). My students can't wait to come into class with their "findings" and discuss what they learned. This is something they have shared with their parents or guardians and can now share with the class.
I LOVE that there are 84 people to select from. It provides lots of options!
When all of the research has been finished we will transfer the information in our neatest printing to the banner pages. The kids will be so excited when we hang them up together in the hallway to not only show everyone all of our hard work- but also to share everything we've learned!
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