Teach the Civil Rights Movement with this easy to implement Primary Source Analysis Bundle that covers your content and your standards.
Investigate the Civil Rights Movement with primary sources so your students learn core content while also practicing Social Studies skills.
This bundled set includes 8-pages of handouts providing an assortment of quotes and images for students to analyze with guiding questions for a better understanding of the economic, political, and cultural changes of the Civil Rights Movement and the Era of the 60s & 70s. Includes a wrap-up question on each in which students make comparisons to our modern America.
Each is also available individually in my TpT Store.
Answers will vary, so no key provided!
Primary Source Analysis
Reading for Content
Cause & Effect
Writing to show understanding and application of knowledge
All images and other primary sources collected from Library of Congress public domain. Great collaborative class for stations or centers or works as a homework or distance learning assignment!
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