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  1. 2013 March 5 一 Bell Ringer Get out a sheet of paper. Today we are paper boxing. That means you need to fold your paper like a hamburger twice. Title your paper “What If”. The slide will change in 2 minutes.

  2. 一 What If? Writing I am going to ask some deep thinking questions. Your job will be to respond to them. You will have a limited time. Consider this rubric to evaluate yourself as you write: Extra Credit: Four complete answers. A: Three complete answers. B: Two complete answers and one incomplete answer. C: One complete answer. D: Three or four incomplete answers. F: Only fragments of one or two answers.

  3. What if… I could only ride on a certain part of the school bus? only children of the same race could go to school together? I could only marry someone with the same color skin? I have to take a harder test than someone of a different race? the neighborhood I want to live in only lets a certain race live there? The restaurant won’t let me in because my race can’t eat there. Choose from the following:plug them intothis sentence template: If ________, my life would be different because ________. Write each sentence in a different box. 7 minutes left

  4. What if… I could only ride on a certain part of the school bus? only children of the same race could go to school together? I could only marry someone with the same color skin? I have to take a harder test than someone of a different race? the neighborhood I want to live in only lets a certain race live there? The restaurant won’t let me in because my race can’t eat there. Choose from the following:plug them intothis sentence template: If ________, my life would be different because ________. Write each sentence in a different box. 6 minutes left

  5. What if… I could only ride on a certain part of the school bus? only children of the same race could go to school together? I could only marry someone with the same color skin? I have to take a harder test than someone of a different race? the neighborhood I want to live in only lets a certain race live there? The restaurant won’t let me in because my race can’t eat there. Choose from the following:plug them intothis sentence template: If ________, my life would be different because ________. Write each sentence in a different box. 5 minutes left

  6. What if… I could only ride on a certain part of the school bus? only children of the same race could go to school together? I could only marry someone with the same color skin? I have to take a harder test than someone of a different race? the neighborhood I want to live in only lets a certain race live there? The restaurant won’t let me in because my race can’t eat there. Choose from the following:plug them intothis sentence template: If ________, my life would be different because ________. Write each sentence in a different box. 4 minutes left

  7. What if… I could only ride on a certain part of the school bus? only children of the same race could go to school together? I could only marry someone with the same color skin? I have to take a harder test than someone of a different race? the neighborhood I want to live in only lets a certain race live there? The restaurant won’t let me in because my race can’t eat there. Choose from the following:plug them intothis sentence template: If ________, my life would be different because ________. Write each sentence in a different box. 3 minutes left

  8. What if… I could only ride on a certain part of the school bus? only children of the same race could go to school together? I could only marry someone with the same color skin? I have to take a harder test than someone of a different race? the neighborhood I want to live in only lets a certain race live there? The restaurant won’t let me in because my race can’t eat there. Choose from the following:plug them intothis sentence template: If ________, my life would be different because ________. Write each sentence in a different box. 2 minutes left

  9. What if… I could only ride on a certain part of the school bus? only children of the same race could go to school together? I could only marry someone with the same color skin? I have to take a harder test than someone of a different race? the neighborhood I want to live in only lets a certain race live there? The restaurant won’t let me in because my race can’t eat there. Choose from the following:plug them intothis sentence template: If ________, my life would be different because ________. Write each sentence in a different box. 1 minute left

  10. Turn your paper in.Separate the desks into quads.(you may choose the groups as long as you can all be seated and quiet within two minutes)Each member needs to write her/his name in one of the four boxes (leaders, events, laws & the courts, groups).

  11. 二 Sorting Civil Rights Only the person whose name is in the box may write things down. Together, write all the people, places and things from the center box into the boxes you think they belong in. You have five minutes to complete this. It does not need to be perfect; we will share answers later.

  12. Sections: Isn’t That Discrimination? We Shall Overcome The People Who Changed Things Change Starts with Forcing People to Pay Attention Change in the White House Change in the Laws Change in the Courts Did Anyone Oppose the Civil Rights Movement? At the end of each section, everyone must share a quickthink. Write one of those quickthinks and continue reading. When you are finished, come see me. 三 Reading and Quickthinks Come pick up a reading worksheet. Take turns reading one paragraph at a time.

  13. 四 What’s The Message? Marches, protests, sit-ins and boycotts all have one thing in common: signs! Match the problem/solution cards with the correct protest sign. When your group is finished, call me over.

  14. 五 Re-Sorting Civil Rights Let’s share our answers and make changes as necessary.

  15. It will be turned in for a grade on Thursday as home prep, but to get credit on your notes check, you will need to have started the assignment. You have time right now to get started (or I am showing this slide as I dismiss the class). 六 Vocabularyand Name That Protest • Tomorrow’s notes check: • Thurgood Marshall Notes and Questioning (11 Feb) • Voting Rights Guided Notes (12 Feb) • One Accident, Two Trials Venn Diagram (25 Feb) • I’ve Got The Power! (27 Feb for 1st; 28 Feb for 2nd; 26 Feb for 4th, 5th, and 6th) • Appellate Courts Magic Square (1 Mar) • Supreme Decision: Even My Life? (4 Mar) • Road to Civil Rights Vocabulary (5 Mar) This next paper is number 7 on your notes check.