Gallery Walk Bundle (Great Depression, Civil Rights, Women's History)

Gallery Walk Bundle (Great Depression, Civil Rights, Women
Gallery Walk Bundle (Great Depression, Civil Rights, Women
Gallery Walk Bundle (Great Depression, Civil Rights, Women
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Great Depression Gallery Walk-

In this gallery walk, active engagement is facilitated as students walk throughout the classroom, rotating though nine stations. As students work together in small groups they are encouraged to share ideas and respond to meaningful questions relating to nine historic photographs from the Great Depression.

This lesson is appropriate for middle and high school level United States History and English courses.

Instructions:
Work with a partner or in small groups of three. Rotate through all nine stations, spending 6-7
minutes at each station. Answer questions for each image included in the “Gallery Walk.”
-OR-
Teacher randomly assign photo(s) to teams or individuals. Answer questions for image(s) assigned.
-OR-
Assign all slides (photographs and questions) as homework.

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Civil Rights Movement Gallery Walk-

In this gallery walk, active engagement is facilitated as students walk throughout the classroom, rotating though eight stations. As students work together in small groups they are encouraged to share ideas and respond to meaningful questions relating to eight historic photographs from the Civil Rights Movement.

Some of the milestone events Included:

Brown v. Board of Education
Integration of Central High School, Little Rock, Arkansas
Sit-in at Woolworth's Lunch Counter, Jackson, Mississippi
Freedom Rides, Anniston, Alabama
March on Washihngton, Washington DC
Assassination of Martin Luther King

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Women's History Gallery Walk-

In this gallery walk, active engagement is facilitated as students walk throughout the classroom, rotating though ten stations. As students work together in small groups they are encouraged to share ideas and respond to meaningful questions relating to ten historic events in women's history.

This lesson is appropriate for middle and high school level United States History and English courses.

Instructions:
Work with a partner or in small groups of three. Rotate through all ten stations, spending 6-7 minutes at each station. Answer questions for each image included in the “Gallery Walk.”
-OR-
Teacher randomly assign photo(s) to teams or individuals. Answer questions for image(s) assigned.
-OR-
Assign all slides (photographs and questions) as homework.

*Women/events included in the gallery walk:

Women's Suffrage March
Arrest of Margaret Sanger
Jeannette Rankin Congressional speech
Eleanor Roosevelt women-only Press Conference
Women Factory Workers-WWII
Equal Pay Act- Women with protest signs
Pro-Title IX Protest
Swearing in of Sandra Day O'Connor
Sally Ride in space
Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail

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Gallery Walk Bundle (Great Depression, Civil Rights, Women
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Gallery Walk Bundle (Great Depression, Civil Rights, Women
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