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Civil Rights Unit: 3-week massive 115-slide PPT w links, primary sources & more

Civil Rights Unit: 3-week massive 115-slide PPT w links, primary sources & more
Civil Rights Unit: 3-week massive 115-slide PPT w links, primary sources & more
Civil Rights Unit: 3-week massive 115-slide PPT w links, primary sources & more
Civil Rights Unit: 3-week massive 115-slide PPT w links, primary sources & more
Civil Rights Unit: 3-week massive 115-slide PPT w links, primary sources & more
Civil Rights Unit: 3-week massive 115-slide PPT w links, primary sources & more
Civil Rights Unit: 3-week massive 115-slide PPT w links, primary sources & more
Civil Rights Unit: 3-week massive 115-slide PPT w links, primary sources & more
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This download comes with both the 115-slide PPT and a PDF and MS WORD version of the cut-outs for the timeline. This unit takes me three weeks to teach. By the end, students will have made an impressive timeline with 50 events in the story of civil rights (from the slave trade and abolition to Obama and the achievement gap).
There are many primary sources along the way and no less than 50 links to relevant videos along the way.

topics include...

NAACP Founded
Brown v BoE
Black Panthers founded
Bloody Sunday
Malcolm X Assassination
KKK Reemergence
Ku Klux Klan
Buffalo Soldiers
Black Codes
Civil War
14th Amendment
Munity on the Amistad
Dred Scott v Sandford
Abolition Movement
DuBois Niagara Movement Speech
Emancipation Proclamation
Obama’s Presidency
13th Amendment
Wilberforce ends English slave trade
Jackie Robinson Breaks Color Line
Plessy v Ferguson
13th Amendment
SNCC Founded
MLKJ Birmingham Jail Letter
Little Rock Nine
Harriet Tubman as a conductor
Military Desegregation
Sit-ins
Bloody Sunday
SCLC Founded
Emmett Till’s Murder
MLKJ Assassination
Harlem Renaissance
1964 Civil Rights Act
1965 Voting Rights Act
Huey Newton’s Trial
Freedom Rides
Triangular Slave Trade
Washington’s Atlanta Speech
Montgomery Bus Boycott
March on Washington
Underground RR
24th Amendment
Malcolm X NYC beating incident
Jim Crow Era
LA Riots
Rosa Parks Arrest
F. Douglass 1852 Speech
Civil Rights Workers Killed
achievement gap (modern day)


-slide PPT chronologically highlights 25+ significant people/events from the trans-Atlantic slave trade to president Obama. A downloadable worksheet is available that allows students to copy down main points (all the 'blue' text on the slides) in order to cut and paste them onto a timeline.

Includes visuals, text and historical relevance for:

Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
William Wilberforce
Amistad Mutiny
Dred Scott
Abolition Movement
Frederick Douglass
Harriet Tubman
Underground Railroad
Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
Booker T Washington
Hiram Revels
WEB Dubois
Jackie Robinson
World War II
Jim Crow Era
Emmett Till
Brown vs Board of Education
Civil Rights Movement
Malcolm X
Martin Luther King Jr
LA Riots
Barrack Obama
Total Pages
115 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
3 Weeks
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