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Civil Rights - Four Domain Language Practice

Civil Rights - Four Domain Language Practice
Civil Rights - Four Domain Language Practice
Civil Rights - Four Domain Language Practice
Civil Rights - Four Domain Language Practice
Civil Rights - Four Domain Language Practice
Civil Rights - Four Domain Language Practice
Civil Rights - Four Domain Language Practice
Civil Rights - Four Domain Language Practice
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This activity centers on the Civil Rights Era in U.S. history, and incorporates the four domains of language acquisition: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students listen to an oral history interview, read a short passage, write a dialogue-based story, and converse with a partner.

I originally used this activity as an background-building exercise for my English language learners before we started reading the novel The Watsons Go To Birmingham by Christopher Paul Curtis.
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