This Rosa Parks: 3 Day Lesson lesson plan also includes:
How can evidence and perspective challenge even the most well-known of stories? Through primary and secondary source analysis, think-alouds, and discussion, young historians evaluate the historical narrative of Rosa Parks across multiple and diverse sources.
- As an extension to the final assignment of the lesson, have pupils actually design a sample textbook page, complete with the historical narrative, graphics, and images. This will support more visual learners, as well as serve as an excellent way to emphasize that perspective is always involved in writing historical documents
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- Excellent lesson for developing solid historical analysis practices
- Well-organized sequence of instruction
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