English Language Arts
Late 20th and Early 21st Centuries
Reading - Informational Text
Explore, collaborate, analyze
Meaning and Context-Analyze/evaluate credibility/accuracy of information
Meaning and Context-Determine meaning, develop logical interpretations
Meaning and Context-Evaluate advantages/disadvantages of different medium
Meaning and Context-Gather relevant information from diverse sources
Meaning and Context-Provide objective summary
Meaning and Context-Quote/paraphrase information without plagiarizing
Meaning and Context-Utilize multimedia
Reflect to comprehend
The Civil Rights Movement
Transact with text
Internet access, apps or software capable of uploading photos and voice narration
Selected photos from the Orangeburg Massacre 1968
Would You Be Willing to March for Something You Believe In?
Students will explore information regarding the Orangeburg Massacre and research other Civil Rights Era movements as they focus on the Essential Question. See below.
Would you be willing to march for something you believe in?