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Title: Civil Rights Movement: A 5th grade integrated unit


1
Civil Rights Movement A 5th grade integrated
unit
2
INTRODUCTION
  • 5th grade
  • Integrated with language arts, fine arts,
    science, and math
  • Addresses multicultural struggle for equal rights
  • Past and present issues in society

3
Essential Questions
  • What rights should we be entitled to?
  • What does discrimination look like?
  • Makes a person or group embrace or fear another
    person or group different from themselves?
  • What is the most effective way to overcome
    injustice?

4
STATE STANDARDS
  • Inquiry
  • Political Events Leaders
  • Key Individuals/Groups
  • Interactions with Groups
  • Rights Responsibilities
  • Political Traditions, Ideas Practices

5
NCSS STANDARDS
  • Culture
  • Time, Continuity, Change
  • Individual Development Identity
  • Individuals, Groups, Institutions
  • Power, Authority, Governance
  • Civic Ideals Practices

6
ACTIVITIES
7
TUNING IN
  • Activity Mr. Lincolns Way by Patricia
    Polacco/Creating Birds
  • Literacy Link Fiction Text Read Aloud
  • Targeted Skill Identifying/recognizing
    differences as strengths
  • Instructional Strategy Read-aloud with art
    connection

8
PREPARING TO FIND OUT
  • Activity Preparing Interviews
  • Literacy Link Writing Interview Questions
  • Targeted Skills Critical Thinking
  • Instructional Strategy Collaborative Writing

9
FINDING OUT
  • Activity Interviewing
  • Literacy Link Journal Writing
  • Targeted Skills Asking relevant questions
  • Instructional Strategy Interviewing

10
SORTING OUT
  • Activity Interviewee Biographies
  • Literacy Link Essay Writing
  • Targeted Skills Identifying multiple
    perspectives
  • Instructional Strategy Narrative writing

11
GOING FURTHER
  • Activity Learning Centers
  • Literacy Links Books, videos, music
  • Targeted Skills Identifying multiple
    perspectives
  • Instructional Strategies Scavenger hunt

12
MAKING CONNECTIONS
  • Activity Persuasive Essay/Debate
  • Literacy Link Persuasive Writing
  • Targeted Skills Identifying supporting evidence
  • Instructional Strategy Essay writing/public
    speaking

13
TAKING ACTION
  • Activity Civil Rights Plan Rally
  • Literacy Link Writing a Plan for Equal Rights
  • Targeted Skills Comparing alternatives
  • Instructional Strategy Dramatic oral presentation

14
CUMULATIVE ASSESSMENT
  • Tic-Tac-Toe Game
  • To what extent was the Civil Rights Movement
    successful?
  • Two different activities (student choice)
  • Activities integrate with at least one other
    subject
  • Multiple Intelligences

15
Enduring Understandings
  • A variety of economic, political, social, and
    ideological factors came together to cause the
    CRM in the US.
  • CRM created new opportunities for some Americans,
    including some individuals and groups who
    historically had little freedom and opportunity,
    but was not necessarily embraced by all.

16
Enduring Understandings, cont.
  • CRM gave birth to new ways of life and thinking
    about what it means to be an American.
  • While some see the history of CRM as a history of
    brave and outspoken individuals working for equal
    rights, others view it as the collective efforts
    of ordinary individuals.
  • Today we continue to grapple with the legacy of
    the CRM, discrimination, and equal opportunities
    for all Americans.

17
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • Teacher Resources
  • Fiction Books
  • Non-Fiction Books
  • Magazines
  • Poetry Books
  • Biographies
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