Civil Rights Movement Primary Source Document Analysis Activity 6-Pack

Civil Rights Movement Primary Source Document Analysis Activity 6-Pack
Civil Rights Movement Primary Source Document Analysis Activity 6-Pack
Civil Rights Movement Primary Source Document Analysis Activity 6-Pack
Civil Rights Movement Primary Source Document Analysis Activity 6-Pack
Civil Rights Movement Primary Source Document Analysis Activity 6-Pack
Civil Rights Movement Primary Source Document Analysis Activity 6-Pack
Civil Rights Movement Primary Source Document Analysis Activity 6-Pack
Civil Rights Movement Primary Source Document Analysis Activity 6-Pack
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Guide your students through Brown v. Board, Little Rock Nine, desegregation, the Civil Right Act of 1964, and the Selma March with a focused analysis of up to 6 different Civil Rights Movement primary source documents covering using the effective HIPPOS method!

Featured voices in this fight for equality:
President Eisenhower
Supreme Court
President Kennedy
Governor Wallace
Governor Faubus
President Obama

Effective HIPPOS framework to target Common Core thinking:
Historical Context
Intended Audience
Point of View
Purpose
Outside Information
So, what?

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Greatness is sticking with what is right in one’s heart regardless of the resistance faced.

The Civil Rights Movement finally finished the work set forth a century earlier by demanding the federal government enforce and strengthen our nation’s laws and also its moral character. Arguments by leaders and supporters expanded beyond the legal realm and took a moral, patriotic, and rational position that proved successful.

Cut through the boring textbook and head straight to the compelling sources that make this era one of great activism, brave leadership, and the commitment to “holding these truths” up high for all to see, challenging your students to dare to dream, “How might I lead my generation’s cause?”

Included are:
- Detailed lesson plans, with strategies for all reading levels
- 2 1-page definition sheets for the concept “segregation” and “racism”
- 1-page HIPPOS reference handout and BONUS skill sheet, Annotating a Text
- 6 2-page student worksheets with a short primary source document & graphic organizer sheet
- 6 accompanying HIPPOS answer keys, one for each document
- EDITABLE Word Doc with all 6 sources available for your ability to copy & paste or edit text

Tips
* Plan for 60 minutes to deeply introduce, read, annotate, analyze, and discuss one of these documents as a class.
* Great for whole class instruction, small group work, homework, DBQ practice!

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Bundle and save!
Pre-1900s 36-Pack Bundle: get six HIPPOS Packs, Colonial Era to Gilded Age
1900s 42-Pack Bundle: get seven HIPPOS Packs, from Progressive Era to Vietnam War

Or mix and match
PBL Project: Montgomery Bus Boycott Activity 9-Pack: dig past the known story and discover what really starts a movement.
PBL Project: Little Rock Nine Activity 7-Pack: discover how fear influences human decision making in the balance of rights versus responsibility by getting into the heads of key people involved in this front-page crisis.

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Want more HIPPOS?
Colonial America: analyze the rough start of the English colonists, the enslaved Africans, and the invaded Indians.
Early Nationhood: juxtapose the declared values of democracy with the arguments of its outsiders.
Era of Reform: hear the impassioned voices for change.
Westward Expansion: explore the mania and the mayhem created out West.
Reconstruction: evaluate the successes of national policy on the individual in post-Civil War America.
Gilded Age Labor: hear the voices of those who felt unheard in this age of wealth.
Progressive Era: learn how enough passion can turn anyone into an agent of change.
Roaring 1920s: sense the growing divide between rural, traditional and urban, modern American societies.
Great Depression: explore the changing relationship between president and citizen.
WWII Warfront: explore the difficult decision made by political and military leaders in the fight of their lives.
Cold War: examine the word choices of leaders fighting a war of words.
Vietnam War: weigh the role public opinion should play in complex foreign policy.
Total Pages
30 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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