Civil Rights - Change From The Grave Eulogy Project

Civil Rights - Change From The Grave Eulogy Project
Civil Rights - Change From The Grave Eulogy Project
Civil Rights - Change From The Grave Eulogy Project
Civil Rights - Change From The Grave Eulogy Project
Civil Rights - Change From The Grave Eulogy Project
Civil Rights - Change From The Grave Eulogy Project
Civil Rights - Change From The Grave Eulogy Project
Civil Rights - Change From The Grave Eulogy Project
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Intense in-class simulation where students will research about a murdered civil rights figure and then give his or her eulogy.

Target:
Students will learn more about death as a means of change through researching one Civil Rights member and/or African-American who was murdered during the Civil Rights Movement (1950’s-1960’s).

Objectives:
1. You will research about the murder and death of someone during the Civil Rights Movement (1950’s – 1960’s). This person may be a leader, a member, and/or simply an innocent person. Your person will be picked for you at random in class. You will probably not know your person.

2. You will write and in class speak a three-four minute Eulogy for this murdered person. A Eulogy is defined as a: a speech or piece of writing that praises someone or something highly. You will dress up for the occasion in a formal outfit and bring flowers to commemorate the memory of the person. You may also want to create a memorial pamphlet for extra credit.

Feel free to adapt for grading or time purposes...
Total Pages
4 pages
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N/A
Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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