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Civil Rights Activitists Partner Plays for two readers

Civil Rights Activitists Partner Plays for two readers
Civil Rights Activitists Partner Plays for two readers
Civil Rights Activitists Partner Plays for two readers
Civil Rights Activitists Partner Plays for two readers
Civil Rights Activitists Partner Plays for two readers
Civil Rights Activitists Partner Plays for two readers
Civil Rights Activitists Partner Plays for two readers
Civil Rights Activitists Partner Plays for two readers
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Five different partner plays recognizing the contributions of African American civil rights activities do double duty by sharing historical information with students while developing comprehension, fluency, and the joy of reading!

Civil Rights activists make up a huge part of those we remember during Black History Month, and every single day of American history. These partner plays make the challenging concept of civil rights history accessible to kids through a fun medium: partner plays!

These plays are each two pages long, written for two readers in grades 4-6. There are five plays plays are differentiated; five different levels are provided to reach different levels of readers in your classroom!

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These are the five plays included:

On the Field: Jackie Robinson talks to his glove about his challenges in integrating the Major League.

On the Bus: Rosa Parks talks to the bus on the day that she decides to stand up for her rights.

Walking to School: Ruby Bridges explains to a reporter what it was like to be a young girl integrated into an all-white school.

Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall tells a young man who wants to be a lawyer about his life.

We Stand Together: Martin Luther King talks to a pen during his stay at the Birmingham Jail.

Also included is a one-page vocabulary sheet to help you introduce civil rights vocabulary, such as protest, boycott, civil rights, and segregation as well as an answer key, and a teacher tips page for using partner plays in your classroom!

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