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This file includes: reading comprehension passages and questions on Abraham Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation, Martin Luther King, and Rosa Parks. Students are asked to think and write about what America would be like today without their contributions to the Civil Rights Movement. Students will write about an African American person they have chosen from history, movies, television, sports, community, church. Appropriate graphic organizers are provided. Students will assemble a Civil Rights Timeline of events from Abraham Lincoln to President Barack Obama. Students will play the Civil Rights Board Game: solve math computations (division with remainders, multiplication of 3 digits by 3 digits, addition of fractions with unlike denominators) as they respond to questions on the Civil Rights Movement. Student will put new vocabulary words in ABC order; find dictionary definitions, and generate original sentences.