Joanna Schimizzi, Mindy Boland, Megan Simmons
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Black Historical Figures Template (REMIX - edit to add historical figure name)

Black Historical Figures Template (REMIX - edit to add historical figure name)


(EDIT - please describe this resource, including the overall goals and audience. Please include any attribution, such as attribution for images and videos used that are openly licensed. Fill in more information in the sections below to clearly describe, license, and align your resource so others can easily understand what it is.)


Image in Title is by Florida_Aaron -

(EDIT TO: Title Student Facing Resources here)

Overaching Goal: (EDIT - please describe the overaching goal of this resource / what you hope to accomplish. Also, include any teacher-facing resources that may support other educators in learning more about the Black historical figure featured in this resource.)

Lesson/Unit length: (EDIT - please describe how much time this lesson or unit will take)

Aligned Standards: (EDIT - please copy/paste any state or national standards that this resource is aligned to)

Student Learning Objective: (EDIT - please use "The Student Will Be Able to" language)

Essential Questions: (EDIT - please share 1-2 essential questions that will spark student engagement and have no single correct answer)

Preparation: (EDIT - please share any preparation that educators need to do in advance to set up the lesson)

Pre-engagement: (EDIT - please share any materials that need to be shared with students in advance, especially to support diverse learners)

Lesson description: (EDIT - please describe the overall flow of the lesson(s), including possible timing suggestions)

Assessment and feedback: (EDIT - please describe the assessment strategy that will help students and educators know if the learning objective was achieved. Include any rubrics or keys)

Differentiation supports: (EDIT - please offer strategies to support diverse learners, especially those with IEP/504 and those who are Emerging Bi/Multi-lingual Learners)

(Edit to ADD Student facing Resources here or attach below as files)