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Lesson Plan Rosa Parks 386

Lesson Plan Rosa Parks 386 - Lesson Title Contributions of...

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Lesson Title : Contributions of Rosa Parks Type of Lesson : Concept and Motivating Lesson 2 of 3 in Unit: Famous African Americans Lesson Components Description Identification of Class Grade Level: 2 nd / Social Studies Number of Students: 25 Virginia Standards of Learning (VSOL) Civics 2.12: The student will understand that the people of Virginia have diverse ethnic origins, customs, and traditions, make contributions to their communities, and are united as Americans by common principles. English 2.8: The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fiction and nonfiction. National Council for the Social Studies Standards (NCSS) Time, Continuity, and Change Civic Ideals and Practices Culture and Cultural Diversity Rationale for Lesson This lesson is important because it explains a very important time period (Civil Rights Movement) to children. This lesson explains segregation, diversity, and racism. It also teaches them about Rosa Parks and how she fought to make others lives better. The students will learn that Rosa Parks was a brave woman and fought without using violence to gain equal rights for African Americans. This lesson will teach children
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