Drama Rosa Parks Equality Stephen Lawrence Scheme of work
A full lesson on Rosa Parks. It includes sheet to accompany Horrible histories clip, Drama Roleplay activity and written speech for the Literacy element.
A timeline which highlights the main events in Rosa Parks' Life. This is a visual display for use in any subject
A Photostory showing how African Americans were treated at the time of Martin Luther King, and different forms of peaceful protest used. Worksheet accompanies Photostory - use to write down examples. It also contains a Rosa Parks witness statement exercise (both main and adapted) - which looks at the influence of Christian beliefs on the Civil Rights Movement. Any comments to help improvement etc would be welcomed.
Civil Rights thinking skills game. Pupils must say which is the odd one out and why. Good for use as starter or plenary.
Clear PowerPoint with supporting illustrations telling the story of Martin Luther King, from his birth in Georgia to the announcement of his commemorative day in 1983
14 A4 posters featuring a range of famous black people, both contemporary and historical, including civil rights leaders, entertainers, sportsmen and scientists. Each poster includes a photograph and a child-friendly biography. A great display for Black History Month.