Picture Supported Assessment for Civil Rights and Changing Role of Women. Excellent for special education students with significant cognitive disabilities/Intellectual Disabilities, students with Autism or lower grade level.
Includes: identifying the definition of segregation, the places that were “separate but equal” (bathrooms, restaurants, swimming pool, water fountain and school). Allows students to identify by circling pictures of Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks and Susan B Anthony and then circling their contribution to society. Also, targets matching important legislation of the time with a picture and description of what it addressed. Finally, the two major disadvantages that women faced in the workforce (lower wages and not the same opportunities as men) are to be identified.
H 31 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the key domestic and international issues during the second half of the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries by a) examining the Civil Rights Movement and the changing role of women;