SAT Reading Practice – Start of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1940s - 1950s

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Students will read a passage about the start of the modern civil rights movement in the 1940s and 1950s. The passage is followed by questions that very accurately mimic the reading test on the newly redesigned SAT. An SAT style writing prompt is included for the passage as well.

This passage, questions and prompt are also useful for preparing for any common core reading assessment.

Take a look at the preview and you will see this is a high quality product that will give your students great practice for the SAT or other common core assessments while also teaching them about an important era in U.S. History.
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1 hour

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SAT Reading Practice – Start of the Civil Rights Movement
SAT Reading Practice – Start of the Civil Rights Movement
SAT Reading Practice – Start of the Civil Rights Movement
SAT Reading Practice – Start of the Civil Rights Movement
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