Civil Rights Movement, 1954-90 A-Level History Teaching Resources & Student Activities

Civil Rights Movement, 1954-90 A-Level Teaching Resources (16-18 Years). Can be used across examination board specifications. Perfect for classroom teaching or the homeschool environment.

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A Level Civil Rights Movement, 1954-90 Resources

At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:

  • Analyse the impact of landmark case Brown v. Board of Education in the desegregation of schools in the US
  • Assess the roles of Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, and Malcolm X in achieving black equality in the US
  • Explain the importance of the Civil Rights legislatures
  • Justify how media played a role towards black equality during the Civil Rights Era
  • Describe the significance and impact of the Civil Rights Movement towards the African-American experience in modern USA

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