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Civil Rights What happened during the Civil Rights Movement 1955-63

Civil Rights What happened during the Civil Rights Movement 1955-63

What happened during the Civil Rights Movement between 1955-63? LO: Able to independently research the three different stages of the Civil Rights Movement between 1955-63. LO: To explain and identify examples of continuity and change within these events. Know what key events took place during the Civil Rights Movement between 1955-63. Be able to research and explain events from different stages of the Civil Rights Movement, to then explain and identify continuity and change. Begin to use Historian’s opinions of the key events alongside own research to identify common themes of continuity and change across the whole time period.

By W17

Civil Rights To what extent can the Brown decision be seen as a turning point?

Civil Rights To what extent can the Brown decision be seen as a turning point?

To what extent can the Brown decision be seen as a turning point in the campaign for African American Civil Rights? LO: Able to explain the importance of the Brown V. Board of Education Supreme Court Case to African American Civil Rights. LO: To use primary sources to form a judgement if the decision was a turning point. Know what the Brown V. Board of Education Supreme Court case was. Be able to explain the debate of the extent to which the case was a turning point using Primary Source to support an argument. Begin to make a judgement which will form a response to an essay question looking at the extent to which this Supreme Court case was a turning point.

By W17

Civil Rights Second World War and Cold War

Civil Rights Second World War and Cold War

Which aspect this period had the greatest impact on improving Civil Rights for African Americans between 1941-1960? Know the three different impacts on Civil Rights between 1941-1960. Be able to explain each impact and argue for one impact to be the greatest compared to the other two impacts. Begin to come to a written and comparative judgment of which is the most important impact which is supported by evidence and a Historian's opinion.

By W17

Civil Rights In the Roaring Twenties and through the Depression.

Civil Rights In the Roaring Twenties and through the Depression.

How did cultural and political influences effect the development of African American Civil Rights between 1920-41? LO: Able to explain the geopolitics aspects of Continuity and Change within Civil Rights during the 1920s. LO: To evaluate two different extracts of Historians to explain FDR’s New Deal. Know the combination of persecution and progress in the 1920s. Be able to compare the continuity and change of African American’s Civil Rights of the 1920s through key factors. Begin to use Historian’s extracts to explain the impact of the President Roosevelt's policy of the New Deal on African Americans Civil Rights.

By W17

Civil Rights Who's contribution was the most important between 1880-1920?

Civil Rights Who's contribution was the most important between 1880-1920?

Who’s contribution was the most important for the development of African American’s Civil Rights between the 1880s to 1920s? LO: Be able to explain and sympathies with the increasing restrictions on African American Civil Rights between 1880s-1920s. LO: To research the role of 6 key individuals and judge their contributions to Civil Rights. Know what restrictions to Civil Rights were taking place between 1880s-1920s. Be able to explain the role of 6 key individuals and their contribution to African Americans Civil Rights in this period. Begin to make a judgement of who made the most effective contribution.

By W17

Civil Rights Which aspect of the Gilded Aged restricted Civil Rights?

Civil Rights Which aspect of the Gilded Aged restricted Civil Rights?

Which aspect of the Gilded Age (1875-96) restricted Civil Rights of African Americans the most? LO: Able to explain the restrictions to Civil Rights caused by Jim Crow Laws and the Separate but Equal doctrine. LO: To make a comparison judgment using source of which restricted the most. Know what Jim Crow Laws and the Separate but Equal doctrine was. Be able to explain how both aspect restricted Civil Rights. Begin to compare both aspects through the use of Primary Sources to practice the skills of using Primary Source material to justify an argument.

By W17

Civil Rights How far gained Civil Rights by the end of Reconstruction?

Civil Rights How far gained Civil Rights by the end of Reconstruction?

How far had Civil Rights for African Americans been gained by the end of the Reconstruction period? LO: Able to explain Reconstruction’s end through a Primary Source. LO: To begin to plan and research a response to an essay question looking at how far Civil Rights had been gained. Know how the Reconstruction Period (1865-77) ended. Be able to examine the collapse of the Reconstruction Period through a Primary source. Begin to plan and research an essay which answers this lesson’s key question by considering how far Civil Rights for African Americans had been gained.

By W17

The Interwar Years

The Interwar Years

An eleven lesson sequence that gives a brief introduction and overview of events in Europe following the end of the First World War. The sequence will focus on the end of the war and what followed with the Treaty of Versailles, some of the key events in the 1920's, the change in British politics, the rise of Hitler and the following actions that broke the Treaty of Versailles and policy of appeasement. All of the resources needed to run the lessons are included such as presentations and activities as well as the planning. These lessons have been written with upper KS2 and lower KS3 in mind but should be easily adaptable for KS4 students as well. Lesson 1 - Chronological order Lesson 2 - The Treaty of Versailles Lesson 3 - The Treaty of Versailles Lesson 4 - The Dawes Plan Lesson 5 - Changes in British politics Lesson 6 - Wall Street Crash/ Great Depression Lesson 7 - Rise of Hitler Lesson 8 - Propaganda/ Source Analysis Lesson 9 - Revoking the Treaty of Versailles Lesson 10 - Appeasement Lesson 11 - Evaluating Appeasement Also included is a brief knowledge organiser as well as a diamond 9 activity to evaluate the Treaty of Versailles.

By krisgreg30

Civil Rights Opposition groups during Reconstruction

Civil Rights Opposition groups during Reconstruction

How did opposition groups restrict the development of Civil Rights for African Americans during Reconstruction? LO: Be able to explain how opposition groups gained support in the South. LO: To analyze and use a range of given sources in practice of their use in answering an essay question. Know what opposition to Civil Rights for African Americans existed during Reconstruction. Be able to explain the factors which gave support to opposition groups in the South of America, and explain the connection to Democrats. Begin to analyze sources by looking at how they can be used in responding to an essay question, and thus practicing source analysis for coursework.

By W17

Wall Street Crash/ Great Depression (6 of 11)

Wall Street Crash/ Great Depression (6 of 11)

This is the sixth of an eleven lesson sequence that gives a brief introduction and overview of events in Europe following the end of the First World War. The sequence will focus on the end of the war and what followed with the Treaty of Versailles, some of the key events in the 1920's, the change in British politics, the rise of Hitler and the following actions that broke the Treaty of Versailles and policy of appeasement. These lessons have been written with upper KS2 and lower KS3 in mind but should be easily adaptable for KS4 students as well. This lesson focuses on a brief introduction to the Wall Street Crash and Great Depression and some of the resulting consequences. Included are all the resources needed to run the lesson with a presentation and activities as well as the sequence of learning plan.

By krisgreg30

Civil Rights What gains did African Americans make during the Reconstruction period 1865 1877?

Civil Rights What gains did African Americans make during the Reconstruction period 1865 1877?

LO: Be able to explain the divisions between Radical Republican’s Congressional and Presidents Rapid Reconstitution in this period. LO: To examine through factors the impact of reconstruction on African American’s Civil Rights. Know what the Reconstruction period was and the different approach's taken to it. Be able to explain the different approach's, and through the S.P.E.L. factors explain it’s impact on African American's Civil Rights. Begin to make a judgement of how far Civil Rights had developed for African Americans through factors and the skill of examining continuity and change.

By W17

War on Terror Why did the events of the 11th September 2001 shock the world?

War on Terror Why did the events of the 11th September 2001 shock the world?

LO: To be able to explain the events of the 11th September 2001. LO: To create a judgment of which factor is the most important for understanding why this terrorist attack shocked the world. MUST:Know the events of the 11th September 2001 and how they shocked the world. SHOULD: Be able explain how this event shocked the world through three key factors; Political, Social and Military. COULD:Create a television report which comes to a judgment of which is the most shocking factor.

By W17