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OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this lesson, students will be able to:

1) Analyze the contributions and struggles of Black women leaders of the Civil Rights Movement, including Ella Baker, Septima Clark, Fannie Lou Hamer, Dorothy I. Height, and Coretta Scott King, by reading and discussing their experiences;

2) Explain the influences of motives, beliefs, and actions of different individuals and groups on the outcome of historical events;

3) Analyze multiple perspectives;

4) Differentiate between historical facts and historical interpretations; and

5) Interpret primary source documents to determine their validity.

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS

1. What was the role of women during the Civil Rights Movement?

2. Who defined their role and participation in the Civil Rights Movement?

3. Who were some of the female leaders of the Civil Rights Movement?

4. What were their contributions and struggles during the Civil Rights Movement?

 

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