Engage students in the civil rights movement
through the pathway of education in this gallery walk. Students get up and moving to explore segregation, the fight for equality and integration. Bring the civil rights movement alive with a topic students can relate to directly. Students conduct an analysis of their findings about the civil rights movement and schools.
Included in this gallery walk:
- Teacher's Guide (p. 4)
- Exhibit A: Plessy v. Ferguson (p. 5)
- Exhibit B: Separate Facilities (p. 6-7)
- Exhibit C: Separate school conditions (p. 8)
- Exhibit D: Protesting school conditions (p. 9-11)
- Exhibit E: Brown v. Board of Education (p. 12-13)
- Exhibit F: Desegregating Schools (p 14)
- Exhibit G: Little Rock in 2011 (p. 15)
- Exhibit H: Distribution of students in modern times (p. 16-18)
- Exhibit I: The fight for equality in schools today (p. 19-21)
- Graphic Organizer (p. 22-23)
- Analysis activity (p. 24)
This product is available as part of a US History Twentieth Century Teacher Resource Bundle (Growing)
which begins with the Gilded Age and Progressive Era (late 19th/early 20th century).
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