STUDENTS LEARN THE AMAZING POWER OF NON-VIOLENT RESISTANCE!
What Students Learn
In this Sit-ins Civil Rights Movement lesson plan, students learn how the amazing story behind the photograph of the Jackson, Mississippi sit-in. It also covers the overall sit-in protests and early years of the Civil Rights Movements starting with Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott. The amazing story behind the Jackson, Mississippi Sit-In and the famous photograph from that day serve as a metaphor for the larger Civil Rights Movement growing across the country focusing on integration, non-violent protest, and bringing the ugliness of Jim Crow to light. Students learn about Martin Luther King, John Lewis, SNCC, Brown vs Board, and more in this powerful story and civil rights lesson plan.
What Students Do
Analyze the SNCC founding document of purpose, answer analysis questions, and create a new logo for the organization that represents their ideals in this engaging and creative Civil Rigths Movement lesson plan.
Our US History video curriculum allows you to lecture less and engage more! Spend your time working with and supporting students instead of so much direct instruction. This is history for the now! Perfect for the classroom and for homeschool history video curriculum!