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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

The Supreme Court Changes Its Mind.

Says “No” To Jim Crow

Villa Maria Academy

slide3
Plessy v Ferguson
  • Brown v Board of Education
interdisciplinary unit
Interdisciplinary Unit
  • Language Arts
  • Social Studies
  • TIPS Resources
  • Technology
language arts
Standards:

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

Information and understanding

Literary response and expression

Critical analysis and evaluation

Social interaction

Language Arts
roll of thunder hear my cry
Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry

Author Mildred Taylor

Critcal Analysis of:

  • Setting
  • Characters
  • Plot
civil rights leaders
W.E.B. DuBois

and

Booker T. Washington

Civil Rights Leaders
  • Malcolm X

and

  • Martin Luther King, Jr.
compare contrast
Civil Rights LeadersCompare/Contrast

Civil Rights Leaders and Fictional Characters

social studies
Standards:

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
  • Examined Plessy v Ferguson and
  • Brown v Board of Education using
  • the Compu-Legal model
technology
Standard:

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

Technology
conclusion
AssessmentsConclusion

Grade 8 Language Arts Rubric

Presentation Rubric

goals
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
resources
Library

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
resources con t
www.LouisanaStateUniversity/MartinLuther KingJr:BiographicalSketch.com

Graphic Organizers

(Resources con’t)
presenters
Rose Burkhart

Jim Frey

MaryAnn Napolitano

Vashon Moore-Perry

Sr. Rose Mary Sullivan

Presenters
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