17 page/slide Civil Rights resource is a photo analysis that uses a "centers" activity format with five different photos/centers related to the Civil Rights Movement.
The students rotate through each of the five centers in order to view a different image related to the Civil Rights and use an included photo analysis chart in order to record their observations and interpretations of each image. The included photo analysis chart requires students to consider the 5W's (Who, What Where When and Why) of each photo and then to offer an overall interpretation. This is a great activity for building and improving student photo analysis skills and collaboration skills as they rotate and work with other students.
The resource also includes a detailed teachers guide that explains how to facilitate the centers activity and offers descriptions of how to differentiate the activity based on the needs of the teacher/classroom. The detailed teachers guide also includes five pages of teacher keys for each of the included images that the teacher can use to facilitate the centers activity and class discussion.
This is a great activity to introduce the Civil Rights to your students or to build up your students photo analysis skills. This will make a great addition to your Civil Rights unit of study!