These questions can be used to assess students after they watch the Thurgood Marshall episode of the A&E show, "Biography." However, they can also be used independent of the video to teach about him and/or review his important contributions to the civil rights movement and the United States. Appropriate for both U.S. History and U.S. Government classes. Questions are provided in Word format and also as an Examview file for electronic delivery!
Liven up your Civil Rights Movement unit with a little "Help!" from this comprehensive movie guide. These The Help Worksheets can guide students as the movie plays, or can be tested afterwards using the same questions. Teachers have their choice of presenting students with multiple choice questions or with more challenging free-answer versions. Also includes key The Help essay/discussion topics exploring life during this era! Or show the movie as a follow up to reading the novel The Help!
From the Nobel Peace Prize to the Selma Voting Rights March, help your students understand Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Era as never before with these Selma Movie Worksheets. No more wondering about who is who onscreen; all problems are labeled with the relevant character names. Selma Movie Worksheets also come with essay topics and discussion prompts for robust learning!
Ruby Bridges Timeline Cut and Paste FREEBIE!I am pleased to offer this cut and paste activity to you for FREE!This would be great review after your study about Ruby Bridges or Black History Month. You can use this for centers, seat work, or early finishers.You might be interest in:PRESIDENTS DAY MATH AND LITERACY PRINTABLESPRESIDENTS DAY CENTER (ADJECTIVE OR VERB?)PRESIDENTS DAY NOUNS CENTER
FREE 4-8 This set of twelve cards is designed to introduce kids to distinguished African American scientists and to get kids thinking about ideas related to their lives and accomplishments.Each card begins with brief information about the accomplishments of the scientist, and then adds an interesting question for students to research.
Margaret Murray Washington Washington, Margaret Murray (1865-1925) Margaret Murray Washington, born March 9, 1865, was one of ten children born to sharecroppers. Her father was of Irish descent and her mother was African American. Murray attended Fisk University for eight years and graduated in 1889. The following year she became “Lady Principal” at Tuskegee Institute where she met Booker T. Washington. In 1892 she married Washington, becoming his third wife.