How the Civil Rights Movement Embodied a time of change (Intelligences…
How the Civil Rights Movement Embodied a time of change
Using Google Drawing to compare/contrast in an organized way
Using the timeline to learn and visually see the time in between events
YES. Maybe would could connect the timeline to the exit ticket. Like they have to pick an event from the timeline and write about it's significance today as one of the questions.
Understanding how these ideas still apply today and will continue to apply in the future
We need to add something in the lesson or integrate some type of conversation or topic of how the civil rights movement led us to where we are now and how it continues to impact us. I may be wrong but since its in our goals and would be great to use this intelligence also I think we should make it more of a presence in the lesson plan so it doesn't seem out of nowhere
ahh yes. that's what the exit ticket is for, or at least what I think it should be for. Like. We should make some questions that are aimed toward that.
Group work includes talking about ideas while doing the compare/contrast
4.0 - Students will be able to analyze the Civil Rights movement using Google Forms and give an opinion from what they've learned. Students will understand how the Civil Rights Movement impacts us today.
3.0 - Students will be able to create a Google Drawing comparing and contrasting two Civil Rights Movement documents. Students will understand the key Civil Right leaders.
2.0 - Students will be able to identify differences in two Civil Rights documents. Students will understand the purpose of the Civil Rights Movement.
Students curate information from digital resources using a variety of tools and methods to create collections of artifacts that demonstrate meaningful connections or conclusions.
Students use technology to seek feedback that informs and improves their practice and to demonstrate their learning in a variety of ways.
1.Keeping the timeline idea right? Give them time to read through the timeline and gain more knowledge on what led up and what is the civil rights movement
For the last activity the teacher used a worksheet and had them ask questions on the worksheet. I know we were planning on using google forms as a form of assessment where they get immediate feedback. Are we going to use the same questions or use different ones?
wait, what? I don't think we talked about this, but I definitely wanted to know what this is about. :smiley:
2.Giving students the two documents and have them compare and contrast the two. Then they will work on google drawings and create a venn diagram representing what they found as similarities and dfferences