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Historical Connections/Patterns of Civil Rights Movements
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While learning about historical connections/patterns of civil rights movements in History class, students in English Language Arts will be completing literature circles featuring various genres of literature. Students will start 5-6 consecutive classes featuring excerpts and reviews of new novels and short stories. Students will then personalize learning, exercising voice and choice when selecting a novel to finish reading and specialize in. Using the book of their choice, students will move into their final project which will bring the historical event together with modern issues. Students will have a few days to build their projects.
Written by: Sean Astle, Chelsea Crowley, Pam Kelly and Sr. Lauren Zak

Subject:
English Language Arts
History
Psychology
Material Type:
Unit of Study
Author:
Sr. Lauren Zak
Date Added:
08/13/2018
Historical Connections/Patterns of Civil Rights Movements
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While learning about historical connections/patterns of civil rights movements in History class, students in English Language Arts will be completing literature circles featuring various genres of literature. Students will start 5-6 consecutive classes featuring excerpts and reviews of new novels and short stories. Students will then personalize learning, exercising voice and choice when selecting a novel to finish reading and specialize in. Using the book of their choice, students will move into their final project which will bring the historical event together with modern issues. Students will have a few days to build their projects.
By Sean Astle, Chelsea Crowley, Pam Kelly, Sr. Lauren Zak

Subject:
English Language Arts
U.S. History
Material Type:
Unit of Study
Author:
Sr. Lauren Zak
Date Added:
08/10/2018