This 57-page file is a presentation about how rights were denied to African Americans between 1877 and 1918, and the influential people who fought for equality during this time period (as outlined by the Georgia Performance Standards – SS8H7b and SS8H7c). The presentation includes notes and images related to these standards. There are also several printables and activities included that are perfect for your students' Social Studies Interactive Notebooks!
~Georgia’s History: Race Relations and Reform Who’s and What’s graphic organizer – slides 3-5
~Georgia’s History: Race Relations and Reform CLOZE notes and Key – slides 6-14
~Georgia’s History: Race Relations and Reform Presentation Notes (dates, facts, images, etc.) – slides 15-44
~Comprehension Questions and Key (could also be used as a quick quiz) – slides 45-47
~Jim Crow Laws Graffiti Wall activity – slides 48-49
~Homer Plessy letter writing activity– slides 50-51
~Key Figures interactive foldable – slides 52-53
~Booker T. Washington vs. W.E.B. DuBois Venn diagram printable – slides 54-55
~The Award Goes To… printable – slides 56-57
*This file is aligned to the Georgia Performance Standards for 8th grade Social Studies:
SS8H7 The student will evaluate key political, social, and economic changes that occurred in Georgia between 1877 and 1918.
b. Analyze how rights were denied to African-Americans through Jim Crow laws, Plessy v. Ferguson, disenfranchisement, and racial violence.
c. Explain the roles of Booker T. Washington, W. E. B. DuBois, John and Lugenia Burns Hope, and Alonzo Herndon.
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Georgia Studies Bundle 2
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