The Legacy of Cesar Chavez Primary Source Analysis takes students back to March 31, 2014, when President Obama declared the day, Cesar Chavez Day. After a short introduction, students analyze the President’s speech about Chavez and his legacy. This can be used in class or as homework as it’s a completely stand alone assignment. This is also perfect for substitute teacher plans, and of course, a key is included.
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** Added Google Classroom version of worksheet for distance learning
United Farm Workers
The Grape Boycott
• The Seventies: Television Gets Real from CNN Video Guide & Video Links + Google Classroom version
• The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) Document and Map Analysis + Google Classroom version for distance learning
• Era of Social Activism Timeline + Google Classroom version for distance learning
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Social movements 1960s and 1970s
Era of Social Change
Era of Activism