K-2 “U.S. Civil Rights Leaders” Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries

K-2  “U.S. Civil Rights Leaders” Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries
K-2  “U.S. Civil Rights Leaders” Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries
K-2  “U.S. Civil Rights Leaders” Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries
K-2  “U.S. Civil Rights Leaders” Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries
K-2  “U.S. Civil Rights Leaders” Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries
K-2  “U.S. Civil Rights Leaders” Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries
K-2  “U.S. Civil Rights Leaders” Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries
K-2  “U.S. Civil Rights Leaders” Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries
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“U.S. Civil Rights Leaders”

For Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries

Kindergarten - 2nd Grade Level

Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries may need visual, auditory, and hands-on approaches.  They may also may require assistive computer equipment/software: voice-activated word processing, word prediction, keyboard and/or mouse modification.                                                                          

The student may require alternative options of responding to questions: point to or verbally identify answers, or audio commands in a search engine as needed.                                                                                                             

Responses can be documented by audio or video recordings.

Here is a link for students with Traumatic Brain Injuries teaching strategies: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/TBI-Traumatic-Brain-Injuries-Teaching-Strategies-433112

Accessibility suggestions:

Go to your device “Settings” where you can adjust the screen’s: ​ brightness and color, size of text, resolution, connect to wireless display and adjust sound.            

A media player for wav or m4a files is required to listen to audio links.

Click on the icons for the m4a recordings.

This educational resource pack includes: visual, tactile audio and color coding enhancements. ​      

To save ink and paper, an application like Google Classroom could be utilized. ~Students will need a printed version, scissors, glue, and drawing supplies to complete this worksheet or access to a computer search provider by voice command, as needed.~

This educational resource pack includes:      

Text Exemplar:  “U.S. Civil Rights Leaders”                                             

Based on Depth of Knowledge – Four Levels regarding: recalling, identifying, locating, and connecting.

Key Words model: Vocabulary in context                                                  

Fill in the Blanks Test ESSA-Well-Rounded concept: Reading, Writing and Informational Text Red print relates to notes for the teacher, parent or self-instruction.       

Certificate of Achievement is available for students that finish the resource pack satisfactorily

Credits:

A world of different skin color: ID 67495458 © Harleydaniels - Dreamstime.com

Equality block Photo: ID 32447401 © Mquirk - Dreamstime.com

Human Rights: ID 70521946 © Maxkabakov - Dreamstime.com

Civil Rights book: ID 92984428 © Designer491 - Dreamstime.com

#Metoo Movement: ID 117110346 © Yattaa8 - Dreamstime.com

Protesting silhouette: ID 21455079 © Gradts - Dreamstime.com

Protest Illustration: ID 111755862 © Siarhei Nosyreu - Dreamstime.com

Multiracial hands: Photo 18059671 © Toddkuhns - Dreamstime.com

Leader Illustration: ID 84948081 © Trueffelpix - Dreamstime.com

Non-violence Teaching: ID 116484973 © Sangoiri - Dreamstime.com

Politics image: ID 59075614 © Macrovector - Dreamstime.com

Painting frames: Illustration 13924974 © Mileatanasov - Dreamstime.com

Pictures of the featured Civil Rights leaders are public domain photos,

except for the picture of Reverend Barber which was taken personally by the founder of StoneSoupSchool.com at a 2019 Poor People’s Campaign speech in Montgomery, Alabama.


Here is a link to our teaching strategies for students with traumatic brain injuries:https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/TBI-Traumatic-Brain-Injuries-Teaching-Strategies-433112

Here is a link to additional worksheets for students with traumatic brain injuries: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Stone-Soup-School/Category/Traumatic-Brain-Injuries-356866

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