Famous African Americans in History Scoot With QR Codes Set 2| Black History
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Deepen your students knowledge of the contributions and achievements of Living Legends, Trailblazers and events in Black history in a fun and engaging way! This set of 32 task cards features a fact about the historic contributions of African Americans or events in history that act as a clue for students to solve. This resource is a great addition to your Black History month lessons, and would also be a great way to lead discussions and create research opportunities throughout the course of the school year.
What a wonderful way to teach unfamiliar parts of history or to learn how much your students already know!
This resource includes:
•32 cards that may be used for a game of Scoot or as Task Cards
•QR Codes that can be scanned for self-checking
•Teacher directions to assist with setting up and playing Scoot
•A Recording Sheet
•An Answer Key
•Suggestions for using/teaching the featured history facts
The following Living Legends, Trailblazers, and historic events are featured:
♦ Rebecca Lee Crumpler
♦ Marine Corps Col. Lorna M. Mahlock
♦ Colin Kapernick
♦ George Taliaferro
♦ Jesse Owens
♦ London Breed
♦ Stephen "Steph" Curry
♦ Brown vs Board of Education
♦ Black is Beautiful Movement
♦ Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Jr.
♦ Black Cowboys
♦ Tommie Smith and John Carlos
♦ "I'm Black and I'm Proud"
♦ Voting Rights Act of 1965
♦ Hattie McDaniel
♦ Rev. Dr. Joseph E. Lowery
♦ Black Panther
♦ Jet Magazine
♦ Tyra Banks
♦ Smithsonian National Museum of African-American History and Culture
♦ Lady Bird Cleveland
♦ Viola Davis
♦ Romare Bearden
♦ Beverly Johnson
♦ Alice Walker
♦ John H. Johnson
♦ Chadwick Boseman
♦ Harlem Renaissance
♦ Rev. Andrew Young
♦ Victor Glover, Jr.
♦ 15th Amendment
Use this activity:
• During Black History Month
• Any time of the year
• For any Social Studies lesson
• To compliment units on different eras in history
• To inspire students to persevere and follow their dreams
• United States history
• Discussions on segregation, racism, race relations
• To inspire discussions on past, present, and future
If you would love to try this activity, download the Black History Scoot Freebie.
You may also be interested in:
The original set of task cards, Famous African Americans in History Scoot or Task Cards with QR Codes
Women in History Scoot or Task Cards With QR Codes
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