This PBL is an engaging way to teach civil rights and integration. It can be adapted to many different grade levels and state social studies content requirements. You will be amazed by how much more thoroughly your students will learn the content when it is based around what they need to know to complete the project!
The central question is: How can you as a principal of a school in the south in the1950s create a persuasive presentation to convince your community to support integration?
Through the project, the students will learn the key people, events and vocabulary of civil rights. The project also incorporates persuasive writing and oral presentations. You can incorporate technology with their research and presentation formats. This PBL is also a great way to teach 21st century skills like cooperation, giving and receiving meaningful feedback, and being flexible.
This project includes
- Teacher suggestions, ideas, and pacing
- Presentation outline
- Document analysis page
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