American History Lesson PowerPoints – The Civil Rights Movement
Topics covered: race relations, history of slavery including slave revolts, civil rights and civil disobedience, significant Supreme Court decisions, Civil Rights Acts, Freedom Riders, segregation, integration, significant amendments, March on Washington, Little Rock 9, Greensboro Sit In, Martin Luther King, I Have a Dream Speech, Jr., Rosa Parks, Malcolm X, Thurgood Marshall, Voting Rights Act, Civil Liberties Act, women's suffrage, Equal Opportunity Employment Act, Equality for Women and Minorities.
Please view the preview file for a complete list of all topics covered - each person, vocabulary word, and event gets its own slide, and each idea includes multiple slides.
These lessons were designed for grades 4-6.
I highly recommend getting my Civil Rights Movement Interactive Notebook go with these PowerPoints. No time for interactive notebook activities? No problem! My Social Studies Interactive Notebooks include Quick Notes (students simply write in notes) as well as pre-filled Quick Notes and digital quick notes templates for Google Classroom.
This resource is part of a larger unit bundle! Grab the Civil Rights Movement Bundle here!
The following coordinate with this resource and can be purchased separately:
Civil Rights Movement Interactive Notebook
Civil Rights Movement Vocabulary Posters, Flash Cards, and Word Wall Cards
Civil Rights Movement Study Guides and Tests
This unit was designed for grades 4-6.
Please see the preview files for a list of what's included.
All of my American History materials are part of a huge American History Curriculum Mega-Bundle. You can find that by clicking here.