Civil Rights Socratic Seminar - Part 2 - Civll Rights Movement of the 1950's

Civil Rights Socratic Seminar - Part 2 - Civll Rights Movement of the 1950's
Civil Rights Socratic Seminar - Part 2 - Civll Rights Movement of the 1950's
Civil Rights Socratic Seminar - Part 2 - Civll Rights Movement of the 1950's
Civil Rights Socratic Seminar - Part 2 - Civll Rights Movement of the 1950's
Civil Rights Socratic Seminar - Part 2 - Civll Rights Movement of the 1950's
Civil Rights Socratic Seminar - Part 2 - Civll Rights Movement of the 1950's
Civil Rights Socratic Seminar - Part 2 - Civll Rights Movement of the 1950's
Civil Rights Socratic Seminar - Part 2 - Civll Rights Movement of the 1950's
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This is the 2nd part of the civil rights socratic seminar series. It walks students through the key civil rights events of the 1950's.

The 3 main focus questions students will answer are:


1. What events, methods, strategies and beliefs did African-Americans use in order to make change during the civil rights movement of the 1950’s? Cite examples using the sources in the packet (Source 1-6)









2. What resistance did African-Americans face in the 1950’s during the civil rights movement? Cite examples using the sources in the packet (Source 2, 4, 6-9)








3. Explain how and why non-violence was an effective strategy in the 1950’s civil rights movement? Cite examples using the sources in the packet (Source 2, 5, 6, 8)





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12 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Week
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