High School African American History Worksheet Bundle / Workbook

High School African American History Worksheet Bundle / Workbook
High School African American History Worksheet Bundle / Workbook
High School African American History Worksheet Bundle / Workbook
High School African American History Worksheet Bundle / Workbook
High School African American History Worksheet Bundle / Workbook
High School African American History Worksheet Bundle / Workbook
High School African American History Worksheet Bundle / Workbook
High School African American History Worksheet Bundle / Workbook
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This workbook offers a comprehensive history of the African-American experience in the U.S. from the era of slavery to the battles for civil rights. This workbook includes primary source excerpts, biographies and a cultural history, written at a level that high school students will find to be approachable and easy to follow.

The workbook format includes many multiple-choice and open-ended questions after each passage, with which students can practice reading comprehension and writing skills while reinforcing the important lessons of African-American history.

The chapters of this workbook serve as great standardized test prep while teaching a tremendous amount of African-American History. Individual chapters can be used to enrich social studies and language arts units or can be used in their entirety as the backbone curriculum for an African-American History course.

A complete answer key is included with the answers to the multiple choice questions and suggested responses to the open-ended questions.

Table of Contents:

1. The Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Evolution of Slavery in British North America

2. Slavery and Plantations

3. Slavery at Montpelier

4. Early Antislavery Movement

5. David Walker

6. The Underground Railroad in American History, 1820–1860

7. The Churches and the Question of Slavery

8. Crossing International Borders: Colonies and Fugitives

9. Slave Revolts and the Abolitionist Era

10. The North: Antislavery Societies and Vigilance Committees

11. Boston and the Fugitive Slave Law

12. The Underground Railroad in the South

13. Contrabands, Soldiers, and Emancipation

14. Harriet Tubman

15. Frederick Douglass

16. African Americans in the Civil War

17. African-American Contributions to Union Intelligence

18. African-American Contributions to Union Intelligence—Part II

19. African-American Contributions to Union Intelligence—Part III

20. Buffalo Soldiers

21. Harpers Ferry and the Niagara Movement

22. Black History, 1909–1940

23. The Origins of Jazz: Pre-1895

24. Early Development of Jazz: 1890–1917

25. Maturation of Jazz: 1917 to the Early 1930s

26. The Harlem Renaissance

27. The Trial of Henry Sweet (1926)

28. The Scottsboro Boys’ Cases, 1932 and 1935

29. Tuskegee Airmen

30. Tuskegee Airmen—Part II

31. Port Chicago Naval Magazine Explosion, 1944

32. Jackie Robinson

33. The Civil Rights Movement

34. The Civil Rights Movement—Part II

35. The Civil Rights Movement—Part III

36. Thurgood Marshall

37. Martin Luther King, Jr

38. Martin Luther King, Jr.—Part II

39. Recent Black History, 1964–1999

Total Pages
380 pages
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Teaching Duration
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