Reflection: Real World Applications Rosa Parks: Analyzing Multiple Points of View - Section 1: Cue Set


This was so fun!  Students had a great time saying "Hashtag, Rosa was tired of dealing with segregation."  Some scholars began to write using the first person which was super fun -- i.e. "Hashtag: I am SO over segregation!" 

Some prior knowledge may be required to use this strategy.  The first time I taught this strategy, I showed scholars results from #lunch.  They saw how you could see many different comments regarding lunch.  Therefore, they knew how to create the hashtags.  It was fun, engaging and a great way to review content that we covered yesterday.  

  Great lesson!
  Real World Applications: Great lesson!
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Rosa Parks: Analyzing Multiple Points of View

Unit 4: Give It All You've Got - Part III
Lesson 2 of 9

Objective: SWBAT analyze Rosa Parks' point of view regarding the events of December 1, 1955.

Big Idea: Same event; different stories. Let's discover more!

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