Civil Rights Movement—BasicsWhen: 1954-Present Day (50s & 60s=most active)Why: Originally to ensure equality under the law for all citizens regardless of ethnicity
Feb 7, Photo and First Nation Introduction
SESSION 7-JANUARY 26 & 27OBSERVE:https://www.google.com/search?q=famous+civil+rights+photographs&hl=en&prmd=imvns&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=n3EwT6L7L-GUiQfGutCSBQ&ved=0CCoQsAQ&biw=995&bih=581 Brainstorm: What do you observe in this photo? Observations are notinferences/conclusions. They incorporate sensory details(see, hear, smell, taste, feel/touch). PREDICT: What do you think is going on in thisphoto? Writing Assignment: In first person write an account where you pretend that you are in your photograph. Cut and paste the photograph into your word document.QUESTION: Brainstorm a list of at least 10 questions based on this photo. These shouldinclude any information that you do not know based upon looking at the photo.
Shared Reading: “I Will Fight No More Forever” (651)What is the message, purpose, and tone of this speech? “Chief Joseph Rides to Surrender” Howard Terpning
Research Paper—Literary Works ApprovalResearch Paper—OutliningKEY POINTSFormat Spacing NumberingParallelismSubdivision ALL MAIN POINTS MUST BE WRITTEN IN COMPLETE SENTENCES. RESEARCH MUST BE EVIDENT AND LINKED VIA DIGITAL NOTECARDS.