Brown vs. Board of Education
Image by <i>By Julianne Hing, </i><i> Colorlines </i>
<h3><b>Level 1:</b> Teachers create a ThingLink as an example to answer the Essential Question:</h3><i>How did people struggle for justice during the US Civil War?</i> 1. Students explore differentiated resources. 2. Students complete an Exit Ticket to demonstrate learning.
<h3>Brown vs Board of Education</h3>Watch this video about the unanimous decision by the Supreme Court to end public segregation in schools.<br />
<h3>Beginning Readers: </h3>from <b>Wikipedia Simple English</b> Brown v. Board of Education - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
<b></b><h3><b>Level 2:</b> Students create a ThingLink to Demonstrate Learning</h3><h3><i></i></h3><b>Essential Question</b><i> How did people struggle for justice during the US Civil War?</i><h3></h3>1. Students explore this interactive map and choose a topic 2. Students work collaboratively to create a ThingLink to answer the Essential Question<h3></h3> Look at these interactive images
<h3>Proficient Readers: </h3>from<b></b> The Supreme Court . Expanding Civil Rights . Landmark Cases . Brown v. Board of Education (1954) | PBS
<h3>Beginning Readers: </h3><br />Primary Resources from American Experience, Chief Justice Earl Warren delivers the Supreme Court's landmark decision abolishing "separate but equal" schools in public education.
Exit Ticket Struggle for Justice - Exit Ticket
<h3><b>Teacher Tip:</b></h3>Provide leveled text and help students self-select resources to meet their unique learning needs. Teach non readers to use <b>Speak Text</b> on an iPad or<b> Text to Speech </b>on a Computer
<h3>Listen </h3> a Podcast about the Supreme Court Decision from
<h3>The Problem We All Live With, by Norman Rockwell</h3> Inspired by the story of Ruby Bridges, Norman Rockwell &apos;s painting features a young African-American girl being escorted to school, surrounded by signs of protest, fear and ignorance. In 1963 Rockwell confronted the issue of prejudice head-on with one of his most powerful paintings—”The Problem We All Live With.” Inspired by the story of Ruby Bridges and school integration, the image featured a young African-American girl being escorted to school amidst signs of protest and fearful ignorance. The painting ushered in a new …
<h3>10 Things You Should Know About Brown vs. Board of Education</h3> Take a look back at the landmark school desegregation ruling.
<h3>Vocabulary</h3> Struggle for Justice - Pre-Assessment

This site uses cookies to deliver our services. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Terms of Service and Cookie Policy. Your use of ThingLink's Products and Services, is subject to these policies and terms.