Civil Rights Movement Complete Unit

Civil Rights Movement Complete Unit
Civil Rights Movement Complete Unit
Civil Rights Movement Complete Unit
Civil Rights Movement Complete Unit
Civil Rights Movement Complete Unit
Civil Rights Movement Complete Unit
Civil Rights Movement Complete Unit
Civil Rights Movement Complete Unit
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Civil Rights MovementComplete Unit!

120 Civil Rights Movement, Feminism, Kennedy and Nixon videos and printable informational texts to replace traditional mini-lessons or lectures (URL videos and nonfiction articles) to teach students about Social Activism in America in the 1960s and 1970s.

Never plan another US History, World History or Social Studies mini-lesson to teach Social Activism in America in the 1960s and 1970s. Never have disengaged students or classroom management stress again! Simply play Civil Rights videos and print Civil Rights nonfiction passages to teach Civil Rights Movement, Feminism, Kennedy and Nixon, Watergate, Roe v. Wade, Segregation, Brown vs. Board of Education key concepts, events and historical figures!


Instead of boring lectures that students tune out, introduce or review EVERY Cold War, Korean War and Vietnam War standard with engaging videos and nonfiction passages for NO PREP mini-lessons, guided and independent practice reading response activities (clickable URL links included)!

DIRECTIONS: Click and play the relevant video link on your class projector or SmartBoard to start class with an engaging instructional video instead of a traditional mini lesson or lecture. Print or project the relevant "Further Reading" informational text link for no prep guided or independent practice reading response activities. Students simply fill in the included graphic organizer to write a synopsis or memory device to remember important details from the video and/or text. For blended learning classrooms, copy and paste the link onto your student’s handout or Google Classroom materials - for students to access the link directly. All video links are “safeYouTube” links that never expire and can be used in schools that do not allow YouTube.

Estimated Number of Days: Traditional: 20 Block: 10

Key Concept: In the decades following WWII the United States embarked on an era of social change. Tragedy and triumph, political transformations, and clashes in a changing culture framed the experiences of Americans during this period.

Standard 7: Understand the rise and continuing international influence of the United States as a world leader and the impact of contemporary social and political movements on American life. SS.912.A.7.1, SS.912.A.7.2, SS.912.A.7.3, SS.912.A.7.4, SS.912.A.7.5, SS.912.A.7.6, SS.912.A.7.7, SS.912.A.7.8, SS.912.A.7.9, SS.912.A.7.10

120 Videos & Nonfiction Texts to Replace Mini-Lessons and Lectures!
- Suburbia

- Baby Boom

- Teenagers

- TV Culture

- White Flight

- Urban Renewal

- GI Bill of Rights

- Federal Highway Act of 1956

- The Silent Generation

- Beat Generation

- Billy Graham

- Fulton Sheen

- American Bandstand

- Chuck Berry

- Elvis Presley

- Levittown

- New Frontier

- Great Society

- Welfare

- Entitlements

- Television Debates

- Tax Cuts

- Peace Corps

- Warren Commission

- Medicare

- Medicaid

- Head Start

- Mapp v. Ohio

- Gideon v. Wainright

- Miranda v. Arizona

- Segregation

- Passive Resistance

- Black Power

- Integration

- Busing

- Social Activism

- Affirmative Action

- Thurgood Marshall

- NAACP

- Harry T. Moore

- Brown v. Board of Education

- Charles Houston

- Roy Wilkins

- Little Rock Nine

- Rosa Parks

- Martin Luther King Jr.

- Bus Boycotts (Montgomery & Tallahassee)

- National Urban League

- Whitney M. Young

- Philip Randolph

- March on Washington

- Sit-ins

- SCLC

- James Farmer

- CORE

- Freedom Rides

- Constance Baker Motley

- James Meredith

- Fannie Lou Hamer

- Freedom Summer

- SNCC

- Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg

- Stokely Carmichael

- H. Rap Brown

- Civil Rights Act of 1964

- Voting Rights Act of 1965

- Malcolm X

- Nation of Islam

- Robert F. Williams

- Huey Newton

- Bobby Seale

- Black Panthers

- Regents of the University of California v. Bakke

- Women in the Work Force

- Feminism

- Social Activism

- Counterculture

- The Feminine Mystique

- NOW

- Betty Freidan

- Roe v. Wade

- Equal Rights Amendment

- Phyllis Schlafly

- Title IX

- Gloria Steinem

- Billie Jean King

- Cesar Chavez

- UFW

- AIM

- Indian Civil Rights Act-1968

- Hippies

- Wage Controls

- Price Controls

- Fiat Money

- Benign Neglect

- Executive Privilege

- Freedom of the Press

- Checks and Balances

- Robert Kennedy

- Hubert Humphrey

- Chicago Convention

- Silent Majority

- Southern Strategy

- George Wallace

- EPA

- Pentagon Papers

- Watergate Scandal

- New York Times v. Sullivan

- New York Times v. US (1971)

- Immigration

- Migration

- Disney

- Citrus Industry

- Cattle Ranching

- Aerospace industry

- NASA

- Highway Construction

Product includes relevant Social Studies standards, suggested pacing guide for traditional and block classes, along with instructional videos, informational texts and student graphic organizers with space to jot down important details and memory devices (printable or Google Classroom compatible).

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25 pages of No Prep U.S. History Instructional Videos and Nonfiction Passages (Print, Project and Go or Google Classroom compatible)!

120 Civil Rights Movement, Feminism, Kennedy, Nixon videos and informational texts for no prep mini-lessons, guided and independent practice!

Perfect for middle school or high school US History, World History, Global History or Social Studies mini-lessons, lectures, informational text passages or nonfiction text reading response activities. Use for homework, assessment, independent work or student activities.

120 Civil Rights Movement, Feminism, Kennedy, Nixon, Watergate, Roe v. Wade, Segregation, Brown vs. Board of Education videos and printable informational texts for no prep lessons and reading response activities to teach students about social activism in the U.S. 1960s and 1970s.

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25 pages
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