Engage students with Civil Rights stations! They will be up and moving, along with thinking critically! There is a handout provided that students carry around and complete at each station, which is clearly labeled to keep them organized. This lesson is designed in Word and can be adapted to fit your classroom. This is a print and use stations lesson! No need to modify unless you want to :) The class period goes so fast with stations! There is also a homework assignment that can be given as homework or if a student finishes a station early.
⇒ Station 1: Notes with Powerpoint
⇒ Station 2: Images with prompts
⇒ Station 3: Video from You-tube and questions
⇒ Station 4: Political Cartoons
⇒ Station 5: Reading and questions on Martin Luther King I Have a Dream Excerpts
⇒ Station 6: Reading and questions on Brown vs Board of Education Excerpts with an additional two page extension.
⇒ I highly suggest printing the station handouts on different colored paper and put them in folders to keep them organized so every year you have them ready to go!
⇒ I give my student's 8 minutes a station with a minute passing time to complete a 50 minute class period, with a few extra minutes at the end of the lesson to discuss the main ideas from the lesson.
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