18+ ready-to use digital notebook pages on the Civil Rights Movement
. Students learn about and analyze different aspects of the Civil Rights Movement such as Plessy v. Ferguson, the 24th amendment, and the March on Washington. Great for Google Drive and 1:1 classrooms, this resource includes:
- clickable graphic organizers for students
- color coded boxes for the big ideas
- teacher tips
- possible responses for notes on the Cold War
- Black-line masters of all pages
- The 14th Amendment
- Plessy v. Ferguson
- Grandfather Clause Outlawed
- Jackie Robinson and the Dodgers
- Brown v. Board of Education
- Little Rock Central High Desegregation
- Montgomery Bus Boycott
- James Meredith attends Ole Miss.
- Medgar Evans Assassinated
- March on Washington
- Bombing of Birmingham Church
- The 24th Amendment
- Civil Rights Act
- March on Selma
- Voter Rights Act
- Two Different Leaders: Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.
- Bakke v. Regents of University of California
Save a bundle
by purchasing this resource as part of one of of the bundles:
- Civil Rights Movement: Teacher Resource Bundle
- US History Twentieth Century Teacher Resource Bundle (Growing)
which begins with the Gilded Age and Progressive Era (late 19th/early 20th century).
- Twentieth Century Digital Interactive Notebook Pages Bundle
More Interactive Notebook Sets can be found here.
Civil Right Resources Include:
- Civil Rights Movement: Illustrated Timeline
- Question of the Day: Civil Rights Movement
- Who am I? Bring Civil Rights Movement Figures Alive in this Common Core Aligned Research Project
- Civil Rights Movement: Real-world Civil Rights Action
- Civil Rights Movement: Quick and Easy Newspaper
- Black History Month - African-American Figures Research project
- Civil Rights Interactive Notebook Pages (just added; not yet available elsewhere in the store.)
Also available as part of the money saving growing 20th century US history teacher resource bundle
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