Reflection: Student Led Inquiry African American Web Quest - Section 4: Closure


From this lesson, my students learn that African Americans have made their marks in many areas, not just sports and entertainment.  I felt it was important to include sports athletes in the research, but I felt it was just as important to show the scale of impact African Americans have had in so many other areas in our nation - government, inventions, education, and political activism. This lesson proved very relevant to my students in inspiring them to achieve great things.

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African American Web Quest

Unit 9: Black History
Lesson 1 of 5

Objective: SWBAT complete a web quest to learn more about famous African Americans.

Big Idea: Students use a web quest to guide research to learn about famous African Americans.

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English / Language Arts, inventors, Research and Technology, Reading, Nonfiction (Reading), black history, athletes, entertainment, activist, Government, technology
  60 minutes
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