Image Source - The Power of Imagery in Advancing Civil Rights - Smithsonian
- First, set up your KWL Chart - this is how you are going to organize your documentation of your learning.
- (Whole Class Together) Second, we will go through this process for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s - 6 Principals of Nonviolence Philosophy
- If absent, do this on your own and when you return, talk with Mr. Wince about it.
- Third, use the KWL Chart for your notes and do this process for the other events that took place during the Civil Rights Movement.
- Create the chart that is in the image to help you activate prior knowledge, think of questions you have about the event/term before engaging with the activity and document your learning throughout the lesson.
- What do you know already about ____________ (fill in the event/concept/person)
- Wonder - What questions do you have about ____________ (fill in the event/concept/person)
- After reading/watching/listening - What did you learn?
- You can do this as many times that you need for your learning
Events of the Civil Rights Movement
- The Civil Rights Act of 1964: A Long Struggle for Freedom - Library of Congress
- HOW MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. RECRUITED JOHN LEWIS - The Atlantic (World History - Civil Rights Movement thumbnail)