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The 1968 Olympic Protest lesson plan
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The 1968 Olympic Protest & the Black Power Movement

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No, not that Black Panther, but still awesome!

All these resource go with this video on "Emmett Till & the Spark of Civil Rights."

 

THIS VIDEO-LESSON INCLUDES:

1) Interactive, Follow-Along Notesheet 
2) Quick Quiz
3) Extension Activity

civil rights movement video lesson

WHAT STUDENTS LEARN

All our videos teach through the power of story to make the history relevant and memorable. In this video-lesson, students learn the amazing story of the 1968 Olympic Black Power protest and the Black Power Movement.  They learn why Tommie Smith, John Carlos, and Peter Norman protested at the Olympics and uses that to teach the rise of the Black Power Movement. It reviews Malcolm X's teachings, the transformation of SNCC under Stokely Carmichael, the Black Panthers, and the Watts Riot/Uprising, and the story behind the famous photograph of Carlos' and Smith's powerful protest.
✅ The lessons cover state-standards while making sure the content is still interesting. 

A Black Panther Party Activity

After the video, notes, and quiz, student first analyze the Black Panther Party‚Äôs 10 Point Program and then design an original ‚ÄėProtest First‚Äô for an issue the student chooses with images and an original slogan.

There are answer keys for everything! Click & deliver engagement! This is a history video curriculum like no other! 

Check out my Civil Rights Movement Bundle:

  • 4 Engaging Video Lessons
  • Workbook w/ activities
  • Discounted Price! ūü§©¬†¬†

GREAT US HISTORY LESSON PLAN FOR THE CLASSROOM AND FOR YOUR HOMESCHOOL HISTORY CURRICULUM. 


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