Black History Month Simulation: Segregation and the Civil Rights Movement

Black History Month Simulation: Segregation and the Civil
Black History Month Simulation: Segregation and the Civil
Black History Month Simulation: Segregation and the Civil
Black History Month Simulation: Segregation and the Civil
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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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 will write a journal entry from what they learned and their experience card they received that day. They will learn about some important people within the Civil Rights Movement.

Includes:
Six days of reading
Cards for each student for each day
A journal
A test at the end of the simulation

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Total Pages
39
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Not Included
Teaching Duration
1 Week

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Black History Month Simulation: Segregation and the Civil
Black History Month Simulation: Segregation and the Civil
Black History Month Simulation: Segregation and the Civil
Black History Month Simulation: Segregation and the Civil
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