Looking for an innovative and engaging lesson on the Jim Crow South during the Gilded Age.
This "Jim Crow South" Activity includes:
1) An activity that assess your students's comprehension of the basic laws that were passed in the South following the Civil War that kept African-Americans separate from whites. Your students will examine the Plessy v Ferguson case in order to understand the phrase "separate but equal."
2) A detailed answer key to the lesson activity to save you time and help guide student comprehension.
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The Jim Crow South Bundle
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Objective 2.8 - The Jim Crow South
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