Civil Rights Movement Interactive Tour and worksheet lesson plan

Civil Rights Movement Interactive Tour

The Civil Rights Movement is an essential part of modern history and is vital in the fight for racial equality in the USA. As a history teacher, it can be challenging to engage students and teach them about the complexities of this movement. This “Civil Rights Movement Interactive Tour” on Google Earth, combined with the worksheet, is designed to help you do that.

Using an interactive map on Google Earth, our lesson plan provides an immersive learning experience for students. It covers the critical events that led to the Civil Rights Movement and introduces key figures, such as Martin Luther King Jr., John F. Kennedy, Bobby Kennedy, the Black Panthers, and the Ku Klux Klan. By following along with the interactive tour, students can gain a deeper understanding of the impact of the Civil Rights Movement on American society.

The lesson plan includes a worksheet that students can use while interacting with the critical events during this time. The Google Earth tour features short films and pictures from the time, giving students a glimpse into the reality of the movement. By completing the worksheet and engaging with the multimedia tour, students can develop critical thinking skills and a deeper appreciation for the significance of the Civil Rights Movement.

Overall, our “Civil Rights Movement Interactive Tour” and worksheet are excellent teaching resources for history teachers who want to engage their students in modern history. It provides an engaging and immersive learning experience that can help students develop a deeper understanding of the movement and its significance in American history.

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Resource Information

Description:Student activities include working through a worksheet while interacting with key events during the Civil Rights Movement.
Estimated lessons:2
Ages14-18 years
Format Word Document

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