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History summer pack

Name _________________

Class _________________

History: Summer Pack

If you have lost your Source Pack you can download a new one at:

OASPhistory.weebly.com (In the year 11 section)

If you lose this pack you can download a new one at:

OASPhistory.weebly.com (In the year 11 section)

Controlled Assessment question:

How much impact did MLK have in changing civil rights for black Americans?

  • You will be allowed:

  • 2 sides of A4 notes (bullet points, no full sentences)

  • 1 side bibliography (a list of websites and books you have used)

Holiday Checklist

  • Have I:

  • Learned a detailed definition of Civil Rights

  • Created a Martin Luther King Fact file

  • Watched ‘MLK and the Civil Rights Movement’

  • Selected key MLK quotes and said where they are from

  • Googled key laws

  • Created a Civil Rights Laws timeline

  • Planned by essay

  • Written a 1 hour draft and emailed it to my teacher


History summer pack

What are Civil Rights?

http://civilrights.uslegal.com/

  • Use this website to give 3 examples of what Civil Rights are:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/higher/history/usa/race/revision/1/

Give four examples of civil rights that black Americans were stopped from having equal access to.

Use the internet to find 3 definitions of Civil Rights

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Now, what is your definition of Civil Rights?

Extra Information: http://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/civil_rights


History summer pack

Use the links below to create a factfile about MLK.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/people/martin_luther_king.shtml

http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/martin_luther_king.htm

Youtube: Martin Luther King Jnr – The man and the dream

(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJOV-rUPGCE)

Either use the template below or create your own

MLK Factfile

General Information

Organisations:

Born:

Died:

Where he lived:

Family:

<Stick a picture here>

Beliefs

People he worked with

Laws he was involved in

Key events in his life


History summer pack

Watch “Martin Luther King Jr and the Civil Rights Movement” on Youtube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVbs0RVm6E8

Make notes on MLK’s role in the Civil Rights Movement

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History summer pack

Key Quotes

Use your source packs and/or the internet to find key quotes from MLK on religion, non-violence and civil rights. Then explain in your own words what he meant.

e.g. “Use me, God. Show me how to take who I am, who I want to be, and what I can do, and use it for a purpose greater than myself.”

Here MLK is saying that there is a greater purpose than just being alive (possibly to help the Civil Rights movement) and that it is God who will help him to do that.

Religion

Non-Violence

Civil Rights


History summer pack

Use google to research each term and write a brief summery:

Brown Vs Board

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This information came from: ________________________________________

Voting Rights Act 1965

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This information came from: ________________________________________

Fair Housing Act 1968

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This information came from: ________________________________________

Presidential Executive Order 10925

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This information came from: ________________________________________

Civil Rights Act 1964

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History summer pack

Use all the links in the pack so far and your own notes. Create a timeline of keylaws that led to an increase in civil rights.

  • You must include:

  • Browder Vs Gayle

  • 1964 Civil Rights Act

  • 1965 Voting Rights Act

  • And at least 2 more…

1954 - Brown Vs Board

This ruling overturned the Plessy vs. Ferguson decision which allowed a “separate but equal” lifestyle. It declared “separate educational facilities are inherently unequal. This helped civil rights because it led to the supreme court asking all public schools to desegregate. This ruling was won by Thurgood Marshall from the NAACP.

1968 – Civil Rights Act


History summer pack

Conclusion

What area did MLK have the greatest impact? Would the movement have succeeded without him?

How much impact did MLK have in changing civil rights for black Americans?

Are there any other people or factors that impacted on civil rights?

What did MLK fail to do or achieve? What were his limitations?

What did MLK do for civil rights? What evidence do you have that supports this?

Introduction

What are civil rights? Who is MLK? What were the issues with Civil Rights before MLK?

Look back through the information you have collected.

Now use the burger to create a bullet point essay plan to answer this question.

In one hour write a draft answer to this question and email it to [email protected] or [email protected] to receive feedback.

Holiday Checklist

  • Have I:

  • Learned a detailed definition of Civil Rights

  • Created a Martin Luther King Fact file

  • Watched ‘MLK and the Civil Rights Movement’

  • Selected key MLK quotes and said where they are from

  • Googled key laws

  • Created a Civil Rights Laws timeline

  • Planned by essay

  • Written a 1 hour draft and emailed it to my teacher


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