Covers the African American civil rights movement, including Malcolm X and the Black Panthers, the Native American Red Power movement, Cesar Chavez, and the women's rights movement, including the Equal Rights Amendment.
This Oklahoma C3-aligned lesson bundle includes an interactive smart board notebook file and corresponding interactive worksheets, including note-taking guides and text and political cartoon analysis, as well as a study guide, several possible homework assignments, a list of important terms for students to know, and a DBQ. I used the important terms as homework--students had to make a visual and textual definition for one of the terms and excellent examples went up on our interactive timeline that wrapped around the room.
The unit is modeled on 50-minute class periods. There are 8 instructional days, including bellwork and closers, including two days for a DBQ. There is a study guide, but I ended up including civil rights with Vietnam, so there is no test.
This unit includes the African American civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s, including early civil rights leaders like Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher, and later movements like the Black Panther Party. It also includes information on the Red Power movement, Cesar Chavez, and women's rights.