The civil rights movement comes to your classroom when students take on Real-World issues of social justice.
Students analyze past civil rights movement images and then design a 21st century campaign on civil rights movement of the 1960s or of a current social justice issue of today.
This resource includes:
- Inquiry image analysis activity on civil rights protests using primary source photos
- Student project directions
- 10 Social justice campaign templates such as infographic, poster, and press release
- Teacher's guide for both parts of project
- Editable Rubric
NOTE: This product updated 3.2.18
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