The civil rights movement comes to your classroom when students take on Real-World issues of social justice.
Students analyze past civil rights movement images and then design a 21st century campaign on civil rights movement of the 1960s or of a current social justice issue of today. How would the civil rights be end looked different with Twitter?
Civil rights issues are an universal issue. Bringing the movement of the past together with current issues is just one way to help students recognize the connections between history and their lives. Use along with other Civil Rights Movement activities
to engage students’ different interests and learning styles.
This detailed guide includes:
- Complete teacher’s guide for 2-3 90 minute lessons
- Student handouts including directions for image analysis, designing a campaign, and specific campaign parts such as a twitter campaign and writing to a policy maker
- Images of the Civil Rights Movement ready for examination
NOTE: This product updated 1.17.17
Civil Right Resources Include:
- Civil Rights Movement: Illustrated Timeline
- Question of the Day: Civil Rights Movement
- Who am I? Bring Civil Rights Movement Figures Alive in this Common Core Aligned Research Project
- Civil Rights Movement: Real-world Civil Rights Action
- Civil Rights Movement: Quick and Easy Newspaper
- Black History Month - African-American Figures Research project
- Civil Rights Interactive Notebook Pages (just added; not yet available elsewhere in the store.)
Also available as part of the money saving growing 20th century US history teacher resource bundle
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