In this two-day lesson plan for middle school US History, students will build their background knowledge about the African American Civil Rights Movement.
This is the perfect grab and go lessons for teachers. This will allow teachers to leave this for a substitute teacher, get caught up on grading, and challenge your students to use their research skills.
At the end of the lesson, students are expected to answer the following questions:
● Describe some key events during the civil rights movement.
● What were the key cities in the movement and how did race riots affect the movement?
● Explain the roles that major cities made in the Civil Rights Movement.
Extension plans are also offered as alternatives for classrooms with more time per lesson or as extension opportunities for advanced students.
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