Task on Entry Quick Fire Challenge Who can

Task on Entry  Quick Fire Challenge Who can

Task on Entry Quick Fire Challenge Who can find the answers to following questions first? 1. In what year did the American Civil War end? 2. When was the period of Reconstruction in America? 3. Name three Amendments passed by the US government during the period of Reconstruction. How did the Amendments change the law? 4. How many slaves were freed during the period of Reconstruction. INQUIRY QUESTION: How was white domination maintained after slavery ended? Learning Objective: 1. To describe the acts of discrimination, segregation and violence towards Black Americans after slavery ended in 1865. Learning Outcomes: Grade 4

You can give examples of discrimination, segregation and violence towards Black Americans after 1865. Communication Inquirer KEY TERMS: Confederacy Amendment Reconstruction Sharecropper White supremacy Ku Klux Klan

Suffrage Jim Crow Laws Grade 5 You can explain how the lives of Black Americans changed in the period after slavery ended in 1865. Grade 6/7 You can explain why white domination was maintained even after slavery ended.

Connect Activity The Office of President is the most powerful position in the US system of government Consensus 1. You are going to consider the answer to a key question. 2. For the first 5 minutes you work on your own. You write your comments in your corner of the sugar paper. 3. After 5 minutes you try to reach a consensus about your answer to the question. Any points you agree on you write in the circle in the middle. Then, discuss you points and write anything you agree on in

the circle. 5 minutes to write your answers in a corner Activate Activity Activity: Create notes on the following three themes to answer the inquiry question. You may use the OneNote worksheet. Discrimination Segregation Violence Plessy v. Ferguson

Jim Crow Laws The Ku Klux Klan TEAMS DEBATE Is historical objectivity possible in the study of Civil Rights? INQUIRY QUESTION: How was white domination maintained after slavery ended?

Iceberg 1. Content WHAT CAN WE SEE IN THE SOURCE? WHAT DONT WE SEE? 3. Context What was happening at the time the source was 02/25/2020 made? KEY WORD - Inference To make an INFERENCE

is to work something out from a source that the source doesnt actually tell you or show you. 2. Comment Who made it? Why was it made? What is it ell trying to t you? Where does it come from?

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