Whitney Young, Lyndon B. Johnson, John F. Kennedy, John Lewis, Martin Luther King Jr., Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Rosa Parks, Medgar Evers, James Meredith, James Farmer, Stokely Carmichael, Roy Wilkins.
These are extremely ENGAGING notes on the leaders of the Civil Rights Movement! Learners of all types engage with this RELEVANT instruction. Many times instruction of the Civil Rights Movement focuses on a couple important leaders, but there were many important leaders who contributed to great change! Teacher helps are included to help you with how to teach your direct instruction.
Students fill in their notes organizer which include fun buttons to help visual students identify each stop with the content. This lesson is presented with 12 important leaders of the Civil Rights Movement. Each stop allows students to use KAGAN cooperative learning structures to discuss with a new partner. Students will LOVE the engaging way to teach the Civil Rights Movement.
The 12 leaders in this INTERACTIVE PowerPoint are:
1) Whitney Young
2) Lyndon B. Johnson
3) John F. Kennedy
4) John Lewis
5) Martin Luther King, Jr.
6) Malcolm X
7) Rosa Parks
8) Medgar Evers
9) James Meredith
10) James Farmer
11) Stokely Carmichael
12) Roy Wilkins
There is also a key provided to help students who are absent. Who says that direct instruction can't be engaging? This resource is PACKED with DEPTH and can be done in several ways.
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Individual Products from this unit include:
1. Civil Rights 30 DBQ Bellringers Warm Ups Mega-Pack
2. Civil Rights Movement - Journey Through Life Notes - SUPER ENGAGING INTERACTIVE NOTES!
3. Jim Crow Laws Photo Assessment
4. Montgomery Bus Boycott & Rosa Parks Skit and Option Project
5. Civil Rights Leaders and Activists Notes - VERY ENGAGING POWERPOINT with COOPERATIVE LEARNING!
6. Martin Luther King, Jr. "I Have a Dream" Visual Expression Project
7. Loving Movie Worksheet
8. FUN Stations Activity where students analyze 10 Martin Luther King, Jr. Quotes!
9. 1965 Alabama Voting Simulation - "Would you be able to vote?" - 1st person POINT OF VIEW learning!
10. Voting Rights Act of 1965 Reading Activity
11. Civil Rights Movement Comic Strip Project
12. 40 HIGHLY VISUAL Civil Rights Task Cards with a Cooperative Learning Option!
13. Civil Rights Movement FUN Review Games! - includes THE WALL Card Game based on the TV Show, Four Corners of Fun, and The Bids!
14. Civil Rights Movement Unit Test with Study Guide - Relevant, Real-World Assessment
15. Civil Rights Movement 5 Highly Visual DBQ Primary Sources
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