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Lesson 2: NAACP's Anti-Lynching Campaign in the 1930's
9th - 12th
Students examine the anti-lynching campaign sponsored by the NAACP in the 1930's. For this social justice lesson, students study the history of the anti-lynching campaign and determine why it was not successful. Students conduct research...
Chapter 28: Red Flags and Velvet Revolutions: The End of the Cold War, 1960-1990
10th - Higher Ed
Set your historians up for testing success using this interactive flashcard tool. It is one of many learning strategies offered in this thorough online resource. Although designed for use with a text, the site is valuable independently....
The Southern Freedom Movement: A Case study of how Social Movements Happen
9th - 12th
There are countless civil rights resources, but this one really stands out. Social movements as they relate to human or civil rights are completely discussed in the context of the Southern Freedom Movement. Slides contain connected or...
Teaching American History: Civil Rights in Film: Part 2
14 mins 9th - 12th
Did you know that Rosa Parks was the secretary for the NAACP? Her famous refusal to give up her bus seat was actually a premeditated act designed by the NAACP to draw light the growing civil rights movement. In part two, professor Melani...
The United States in the 1920s: The New Negro Movement and the Harlem Renaissance
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Music, writing, and activism all tell the story of history! The resource uses these elements and more in a presentation to discuss the Jazz Age and Harlem Renaissance. Your class views biographies, discusses important events, and...
African Americans in California’s Heartland – The Civil Rights Era
11th CCSS: Adaptable
Events related to the Civil Rights Movement in Sacramento, California during the 1960s offer class members an opportunity to compare the nonviolent resistance approach favored by Dr. Martin Luther King and the NAACP with those of the...
Rosa Parks: Civil Rights Activist
3rd - 7th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewScholars examine the courageous efforts made by civil rights activist, Rosa Parks. Discussion questions and a brief writing assignment follows a short film. A photograph and a silent film delve deeper into Park's history and three...
Brown v. Board: Five Communities That Changed America
9th - 12th
Students examine the implications of Plessy v. Ferguson and Brown v. Board of Education in American history. They explain the role of the NAACP in helping to desegregate public schools. They determine the implications of the Brown v....
Dueling Telegrams: 1963 Verbal Power Play Between Wallace and JFK
11th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Information, inferences, and innuendos. Text and subtext. Class members examine telegrams exchanged between President John F. Kennedy and Alabama Governor George Wallace, studying both what is stated and what is implied by the diction...
Timeline of Events: 1960’s Civil Rights Movement of St. Augustine, Florida
9th - 12th
A timeline can be a powerful learning tool because it reveals a pattern in events. While few would consider St. Augustine, Florida a hotbed of the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, a selection of background information and a timeline of...
Express Yourself Lesson Seed 18: Investigate
6th CCSS: Designed
Prepare your class for argumentative writing with a close inspection of the controversy surrounding Theodore Taylor's novel, The Cay. All necessary articles and materials are linked at the beginning of the resource. Kids use the provided...
Civil Rights Biography: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
3rd - 6th CCSS: Adaptable
Why do schools and government offices close one day every January to honor the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.? Young learners discover the achievements and lasting significance of this influential figure in American history with...
A Journalist’s Report: The Better Vision for Black Americans
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
After reading a series of primary source documents detailing the teachings of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X, class members craft newspaper columns assessing the strengths and weaknesses of each man's vision, and present their...
Part Five: Delivering Justice: W. W. Law and the Fight for Civil Rights
K - 5th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewScholars read and become familiar with peaceful protests detailed in the story, Delivering Justice: W.W. Law and the Fight for Civil Rights by Jim Haskins. Pupils reexamine the tale and use the Six Steps to Nonviolent Direct Action in...
Executive Order 9981: Truman Desegregates the Armed Forces
9th - 12th CCSS: Designed
To most modern Americans, the idea that many aspects of society were once segregated is astonishing. Explore Truman's decision to desegregate the armed forces with your high schoolers. The first two days of this three-day plan are spent...
Tenth Grade Writing Prompt: The Movement to Abolish the “N” Word
10th CCSS: Adaptable
After reading a series of comments on whether or not the use of "N" word should be abolished, individuals craft an article for their school newspaper presenting their position on whether or not the word is acceptable in today's society.
Strategies for Change: A Debate Among Four African American Leaders
8th - 12th
In this social justice worksheet, students select one of the 4 listed African-American advocates listed to role play in a Reconstruction debate. Students respond to 5 short answer questions to help them prepare for the debate.
"Pitchfork" Ben Tillman and Political Reform in South Carolina
Eleventh graders examine the political reform movement in South Carolina spearheaded by "Pitchfork" Ben Tillman. In this South Carolina history lesson, 11th graders examine primary and secondary sources regarding Tillman and his vision....
Women of the Civil Rights Movement: Height, King, Robinson
8th - 11th
The inspiring and harrowing stories of Dorothy Height, Coretta Scott King, and Amelia Boynton are transcribed in these pages, lending a true voice to the struggles of the Civil Rights Movement. These pages would make an excellent...
Civil Rights: John Lewis’s Speech(es) of August 1963, the March on Washington
Ninth graders examine John Lewis's message to Americans. In this American Civil Rights Movement lesson, 9th graders compare the draft of Lewis's speech at the March on Washington to the speech he actually delivered that day. Students...
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