Slavery, Abolition, and the Civil Rights Movement Webquest Bundle - All Keys Included
This 13 document bundle includes assignment that cover the origins of slavery in America, Abolition/Emancipation, and the Civil Rights Moment that swept across America in the 1950's-1970's Students will use the History.com website, the Biography.com website, and YouTube to answer questions in these webquests. History.com and Biography.com provide students with access to documentary videos, audio recordings, historical sources, historic pictures/videos, and in depth articles detailing the subject matter.
EDUCATORS WARNING: SEVERAL OF THESE WEBQUESTS HAVE STUDENTS VIEWING DOCUMENTARY AND FILM CLIPS (2013's The Butler) THAT USE RACIAL SLURS AT TIMES.
The 13 webquests include:
- A History of Slavery in America
- The Underground Railroad and Harriet Tubman
- The Abolitionist Movement
- The Emancipation Proclamation
- The Greensboro Sit In
- The Freedom Rides
- The Selma to Montgomery March
- The Montgomery Bus Boycott
- The March on Washington
- The Integration of Ole Miss
- The Civil Rights Act
- Martin Luther King Jr.
- Malcolm X
All of these resources require zero prep, students will engage history through technology and learn about the Civil Rights Movement in a new and fun way! These resources can be used as an excellent introduction to the topic of the Civil Rights Movement, as research for a Civil Rights Movement project, simple to use sub plans, or as a review/study guide.