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Mrs. Hall First Grade.  What is segregation?  What is the Civil Rights Movement?  How has the role of a Civil Rights leader affected the lives of Americans.

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1 Mrs. Hall First Grade

2  What is segregation?  What is the Civil Rights Movement?  How has the role of a Civil Rights leader affected the lives of Americans today?

3 What makes each of us different?

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5 Share with your partner what makes you unique.

6 What is the purpose of the fence?

7 Have you ever felt like something was wrong and you knew something had to be done to fix it? What did you do about it?

8 Imagine…a law that said some people could not drink out of a drinking fountain, or get served at a restaurant.

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10 What do you think the sign on the drinking fountain means?

11 VictimBystanderAlly

12 Share a time you have taken one of the roles. Tell how you felt. What could you have done differently? Did it make a difference who else you were with?

13 There were some brave people who wanted to change how African Americans were being treated. They decided to work towards changing the world around them. They start a movement…the Civil Rights Movement.

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15 On May 17, 1954, the Supreme Court issued a decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas, declaring that "separate educational facilities are inherently unequal."

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18 What I Think I Know ConfirmedNew LearningMisconceptions

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21 Share what you think Dr. King’s words mean in our everyday lives.

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23 What I Think I Know ConfirmedNew LearningMisconceptions

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25 Ideas from the textStudents Thoughts, Reaction/Connection

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28 What I Think I Know ConfirmedNew LearningMisconceptions

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31 Can you put the events of the Civil Rights Movement in order?

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33 How has the role of a Civil Rights leader affected the lives of Americans today? What does it take to be a leader? What kind of qualities does a person need to have to be a leader?

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