This Google product that contains the first lesson of the Civil Rights Movement.
- Describe efforts to end segregation in the 1940s and 1950s.
- Explain the importance of the landmark case of Brown v. Board of Education.
- Describe the controversy over school desegregation in Little Rock, Arkansas.
- Discuss the Montgomery bus boycott and its impact.
Lesson includes the following:
1. The Civil Rights Movement Strengthens presentation - (22 slides, 1 chart, 1 map, and 9 pictures)
- Segregation Limits Equality
- A Landmark Supreme Court Decision
- Conflict Between Federal and State Power
- The Montgomery Bus Boycott
2. Student Notes for presentation - Form
- 9 questions
- Assign this at the beginning of the presentation.
- Students will follow along and complete the sentences on a form.
- They will submit for easy grading.
3. Reading comprehension questions on a form.
- 6 questions
- Includes text from the book
4. Short answer questions on a doc.
- 6 questions
- Students will analyze interactions among events, summarize, draw conclusions, compare and contrast, draw inferences, and analyze sequence.
5. Interactive Gallery: Separate But Equal?
- This product is a Google Form linked to an interactive gallery on the key issues of segregation.
- Students can answer the 2 reading comprehension questions and 2 multiple choice grid questions on the form while exploring the interactive gallery.
- Students will learn about:
- Voting Rights
- Social Segregation
- Educational Opportunities
- Family Life Restrictions
- Workplace Segregation
6. Informational Text: Ida Wells: Excerpt from "Southern Horrors: Lynch Laws in all its Phases"
- biographical information
- excerpt article from "Southern Horrors: Lynch Laws in all its Phases"
- 9 comprehension questions
7. Informational Text: Jackie Robinson
- Background of Jackie Robinson
- His early athletic success
- Fighting racism
- A negro player with guts
- Major success
- A legendary Impact
8. Informational Text: The Montgomery Bus Boycott
- Article contains the following:
- Rosa Park's arrest
- Origins of the bus boycott
- The boycott succeeds
This product is editable and the answer options have been shuffled.
This is lesson number 1 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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