This lesson is designed to last for an hour of class time or longer. Students will be provided with background information about the Great Migration. They will show what they know by completing engaging classroom activities and answering various depths of knowledge of questions related to the lesson.
At the end of this lesson, students are expected to answer the following questions:
● What was the Great Migration, and what cultural movements are associated with it?
● How are current United States demographic patterns into the historical context of the
● What are push/pull factors that force people to move?
This is the perfect grab and go lesson! Students are required to answer various open-ended questions related to the Great Migration. These questions are challenging and do require them to think outside the box.
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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