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The Supreme Court Changes Its Mind. Says “No” To Jim Crow. Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, will serve as a springboard and a bridge. Introduction. Plessy v Ferguson. Brown v Board of Education. Interdisciplinary Unit. Language Arts. Social Studies TIPS Resources. Technology.

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The Supreme Court Changes Its Mind.

Says “No” To Jim Crow

Villa Maria Academy



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Plessy v Ferguson and a bridge

  • Brown v Board of Education


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Interdisciplinary Unit and a bridge

  • Language Arts

  • Social Studies

  • TIPS Resources

  • Technology



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Standards: and a bridge

The student will read, write, listen and speak for:

Information and understanding

Literary response and expression

Critical analysis and evaluation

Social interaction

Language Arts


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Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry and a bridge

Author Mildred Taylor

Critcal Analysis of:

  • Setting

  • Characters

  • Plot


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W.E.B. DuBois and a bridge

and

Booker T. Washington

Civil Rights Leaders

  • Malcolm X

    and

  • Martin Luther King, Jr.


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Civil Rights Leaders and a bridge

Compare/Contrast

Civil Rights Leaders and Fictional Characters


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Standards: and a bridge

Students will demonstrate their understanding of:

Development and turning points in US History

The US Constitution

Responsibilities of citizenship

Social Studies


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Show interrelationship between values, actions and laws and a bridge

  • Examined Plessy v Ferguson and

  • Brown v Board of Education using

  • the Compu-Legal model


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Standard: and a bridge

The student will access, generate, process and transfer information using appropriate technologies

Technology


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Assessments and a bridge

Conclusion

Grade 8 Language Arts Rubric

Presentation Rubric


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To provide student’s with skills and knowledge to analyze this aspect of US History

To develop students’ insight into causes and consequences of unequal treatment before the law

Goals


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Library this aspect of US History

Encyclopedia

Books

Internet

TIPS Website

www.Africana .com

www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~moritz/x noi.html

(Elke Moritz Malcolm X Picturebook)

www.afroam.org

Resources


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www.LouisanaStateUniversity/MartinLuther this aspect of US History KingJr:BiographicalSketch.com

Graphic Organizers

(Resources con’t)


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Rose Burkhart this aspect of US History

Jim Frey

MaryAnn Napolitano

Vashon Moore-Perry

Sr. Rose Mary Sullivan

Presenters


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