Unit 9 Notes #1 Civil Rights Flow Chart Only
Unit 9 Notes Text Powerpoint Only
Prezi Link to Flow Chart- You will have to move cursor to find the notes located on the far right on top of the TV set.
Any information or resources you cannot find in these handouts can be found on the internet by searching each movement, or using your notes, or textbook.
Civil Rights Gallery Walk Instructions/Handout
2013 T Shirt Project Instructions
Suggested topics to design t-shirts
SNCC Rosa Parks Martin Luther King Jr
SCLC Montgomery Bus Boycott Ceasar Chavez
Freedom Summer Betty Friedan Affirmative Action
La Raza Unida Party Freedom Rider NOW
Stokley Carmicheal LULAC ERA
AIM Malcolm X UFW
Brown Berets Reies Lopez Tijerina Crusade for Justice
Jose Angel Gutierrez Russell Means Alcatraz Occupation (AIM)
Rehabilitation Act Gray Panthers Roe v Wade
AARP Warren Court (any Supreme Court case discussed)
To help commemorate famous nonviolent protests conducted by civil rights demonstrators, you and a group of students will be creating an actual T-shirt that will depict one of the major groups of the non-violent protest movements of the 50’s and 60’s. This can include rights for Women, Native Americans, Students, African Americans, Seniors/Americans with Disabilities, or the Chicano Movement.
Phase I of the T-shirt:
**Phase II of Shirt:
American Indian Movement
African American Movement
Senior & American with Disabilities Movement
Supreme Court Cases Activity
Plessy vs Ferguson
Mendez vs Westminster ISD of OC
Delgado v Bastrop ISD
Sweatt vs Painter
Brown v Board of Education Topeka Kansas
Hernandez v Texas
White v Regester
Edgewood ISD vs Kirby
Tinker vs Des Moines
Wisconsin v Yoder
Unit 9 Cover Design
Unit 9 Test Review
Bell Ringers For Unit #9
Bell Ringer #33 (February 6th/7th)
Read the following article about Segregation in America. Then, go online and take your skyward quiz. Closes on Friday 2/15 @ 11:59P. In class, students will answer: What is the Civil Rights Movement (4-6 sentences)
Bell Ringer #34 : February 14th /15th:
Follow the link to read about President Johnson's "Great Society". Then, write about what the "Great Society" was and how it has influenced our American society today. Due February 19th (A day) & February 20th (B day).
Bell Ringer #35 February 21/22nd:
Follow the link to the compelling story about the Mississippi Murders of 1964. Then, in class, explain and evaluate who Schwerner, Chaney, and Goodman are. Also, explain how they were significant during the Civil Rights Movement and how they were involved in Freedom Summer. Due February 25th (A day) & February 26th (B day).
Bell Ringer #36 February 25/26th:
Below, you will find Martin Luther King Jr's "I Have a Dream" speech. Then, explain the overall impact that Martin Luther King Jr. had on the Civil Rights Movement. Due February 25th (A day) & February 26th (B day).