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Many Rivers to Cross Viewing Guide: 1968- present

Many Rivers to Cross Viewing Guide: 1968- present
Many Rivers to Cross Viewing Guide: 1968- present
Many Rivers to Cross Viewing Guide: 1968- present
Many Rivers to Cross Viewing Guide: 1968- present
Many Rivers to Cross Viewing Guide: 1968- present
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This viewing guide is designed to augment classroom viewing of Episode 6 of Henry Louis Gates's "Many Rivers to Cross." This episode illustrates black history from 1968-present, focusing on tensions between American communities after the Civil Rights Movement. I designed this viewing guide to help students focus on video, not distract them. Therefore, students only look for five anecdotes that illustrate main themes in the African-American experience during this time. This would be great for a sub plan or a day before a break when you expect many students to be absent. Please note that this episode contains pictures and descriptions of lynching and other violence against African Americans that may not be appropriate for all students.

If you would like to see an example of what this file will look like, check out the previous episode's viewing guide, which is available for FREE here https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Many-Rivers-to-Cross-Viewing-Guide-1861-1877-2431900 !
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55 minutes
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