This Google product that contains the fifth lesson of the Civil Rights Movement.
- Evaluate Johnson's policies up to his victory in the 1964 presidential election.
- Analyze Johnson's goals and actions as seen in his Great Society programs.
- Assess the achievements of the Great Society in creating economic opportunities for citizens.
- Analyze the effects of U.S. Supreme Court decisions.
Lesson includes the following:
1. Reading comprehension questions on a form.
- 5 questions
- Includes text from the book
2. Short answer questions on a doc.
- 5 questions
- Students will compare and contrast, determine central ideas, summarize, analyze style and rhetoric, and determine central ideas.
3. Interactive Gallery: The Warren Court
- This product is a Google form and doc linked to an interactive gallery of the decisions of the Warren Court.
- Students can answer the 5 reading comprehension questions on the form while exploring the interactive gallery.
- Students will integrate information, apply concepts, identify cause and effect, draw conclusions, and explain an argument on the doc.
- Students will learn about the following court cases:
- Miranda v. Arizona
- Tinker v. Des Moines
- Reynolds v. Sims
4. Informational Text: Martin Luther King, Jr. Nobel Acceptance Speech
- This product is a Google form that contains the entire Martin Luther King Jr.'s Nobel acceptance speech.
- A video of the entire speech (12 min) has been inserted into the form so students can read along with Dr. King as he gives the speech.
- Students can answer the 4 reading comprehension questions.
This product is editable and the answer options have been shuffled.
This is lesson number 5 out of 5 US: Civil Rights and Reform in the 1960's lessons.
1. The Civil Rights Movement Strengthens
2. The Movement Surges Forward
3. Successes and Setbacks
4. Kennedy's Reforms
5. Reform Under Johnson
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