There is no better way to facilitate an inclusive and engaging activity to help students immerse themselves in the past than for students to engage themselves in a 1960's Gallery Walk. Do you want to go totally PAPERLESS?
This "Social Change in the Sixties Gallery Walk Activity " Digital Activity includes:
1) A document-based "GALLERY WALK" activity that creates a unique opportunity for your students to engage with REAL, HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS and investigate social change in America during the 1960's . Your students will love walking around your classroom "art gallery" and analyzing the 9 different images provided, discussing them with their peers, and developing conclusions about the changes that occurred to American society during this time. Students will examine full size images of protest movements that helped to shape American society during the time period.
2) A detailed answer key to the lesson activity to save you time and help guide student comprehension.
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Social Change in the Sixties Bundle
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America in the 1960's Unit Activity Bundle
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Objective 8.9- Social Change in the Sixties
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