Civil Rights Movement in Texas Stations

Civil Rights Movement in Texas Stations
Civil Rights Movement in Texas Stations
Civil Rights Movement in Texas Stations
Civil Rights Movement in Texas Stations
Civil Rights Movement in Texas Stations
Civil Rights Movement in Texas Stations
Civil Rights Movement in Texas Stations
Civil Rights Movement in Texas Stations
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Stations activity over the Civil Rights Movement in Texas.

Everything is included, even answer key!

Explore It: Read a primary source, interview with Gonzalo Garza from Lubbock, TX about the formation of the American G.I. Forum and the Longoria Affair

Watch It: YouTube video about the Chicano Movement in Texas

Research It: Using the Texas State Historical Association website to find out about the Mansfield School Desegregation Incident

Read It: Overview of the civil rights movement, focusing on famous TX figures like Barbara Jordan, Raul Gonzalez, and James Farmer.

Podcast It: Audio from the induction of the 1966 Texas Western basketball team into the Basketball Hall of Fame

Write It: A chance for students to reflect on what they learned.

Play It: Students answer questions using either morse code or their knowledge gained throughout the other activities.

This activity took my students one and a half 45 minutes class periods.

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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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