Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 17

(1.3d) SWBAT

explain the role

SNCC played in the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall

impact.

DOL: Given an exit

card (80% accuracy)

SW 1. Answer 3

multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The impact of Sit-ins and

the Greensborough 4

T-EQ: What role did non-

violent civil disobedience play in the Civil Rights

Movement?

O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?

by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?  Title: SNCC and Sit-ins  Date:

Title: SNCC and Sit-ins

Date: February 13, 2017

Write down the Topics Essential Question.

13, 2017  Write down the Topics Essential Question. Create a ‘ Academic Language’ section Beneath

Create a ‘ Academic Language’ section Beneath the T-EQ

13, 2017  Write down the Topics Essential Question. Create a ‘ Academic Language’ section Beneath

(1.3d) SWBAT

explain the role

SNCC played in the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall

impact.

the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall impact. DOL : Given an exit card (80%

DOL: Given an exit card (80% accuracy)

SW 1. Answer 3

multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The impact of Sit-ins and

the Greensborough 4

T-EQ: What role did non- violent civil disobedience play in the Civil Rights

Movement?

O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?

by various groups help shape national unity and diversity? SNCC = Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

SNCC = Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (“Snick”)

= Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (“Snick”)  Group of moderate activists from various colleges

Group of moderate

activists from various colleges around the South

Staged non-violent protests to end

segregation became more militant and confrontational

over time.

SNCC's major contribution was in its field work, organizing voter registration drives all over the South, especially in

Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi.

(1.3d) SWBAT

explain the role

SNCC played in the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall

impact.

DOL: Given an exit

card (80% accuracy)

SW 1. Answer 3

multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The impact of Sit-ins and

the Greensborough 4

T-EQ: What role did non-

violent civil disobedience play in the Civil Rights

Movement?

O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?

by various groups help shape national unity and diversity? The Problem – Seen as the shock
by various groups help shape national unity and diversity? The Problem – Seen as the shock

The Problem Seen as the shock troops of the civil rights movement, SNCC often pushed forward with plans to use non- violence to fight segregation and Jim Crow in areas deemed too dangerous by other organizations. However, as time went on in the 1960s, SNCC adopted greater militancy (aggressiveness) and moved towards more forceful activism.

The Question Assume the role of a committee working for

Martin Luther King and the SCLC. With more and more civil rights

events making the news media, you are concerned that SNCC may

bring ‘bad press’ to the Civil Rights Movement as a whole. Such press may set the Movement back, erasing progress made by such

events as the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the Little Rock 9. What would you recommend Martin Luther King and the SCLS do to help

prevent this from happening?

The Solution/s

The Implication/s -

(1.3d) SWBAT

explain the role

SNCC played in the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall

impact.

the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall impact. DOL : Given an exit card (80%

DOL: Given an exit

card (80% accuracy)

SW 1. Answer 3

multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The impact of Sit-ins and

the Greensborough 4

T-EQ: What role did non- violent civil disobedience play in the Civil Rights

Movement?

O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?

by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?  “When the student committee was formed

“When the student committee was formed … I told my older

sister … to put me on the list. And when two hundred students were selected for the first demonstration I was among them. I went through the food line in the restaurant at the State Capitol

(Atlanta) with six other students, but when we got to the cashier

she wouldn't take our money … The Lieutenant-Governor came down and told us to leave. We didn’t and went to the country jail.” - Ruby Doris Smith

Skills Practice Conduct SOAPStone analysis on the

source above.

Why do you think this group targeted the state capitol?

CHALLENGE! What do you think the response of the Lieutenant-Governor tells you about Atlanta in the early 1960s. Explain and Justify

What do you think the response of the Lieutenant-Governor tells you about Atlanta in the early

(1.3d) SWBAT

explain the role

SNCC played in the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall

impact.

the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall impact. DOL : Given an exit card (80%

DOL: Given an exit

card (80% accuracy)

SW 1. Answer 3

multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The impact of Sit-ins and

the Greensborough 4

T-EQ: What role did non-

violent civil disobedience play in the Civil Rights

Movement?

O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?

by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?  Greensboro Four (North Carolina, 1960) 
by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?  Greensboro Four (North Carolina, 1960) 
by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?  Greensboro Four (North Carolina, 1960) 

Greensboro Four (North Carolina, 1960)

Staged initial sit-ins at Woolworth's store to advocate

for integration

Some towns and cities changed laws to desegregate businesses

Forced Eisenhower to speak in support of “equality”

Most politicians were avoiding the issue as much as possible

(1.3d) SWBAT

explain the role

SNCC played in the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall

impact.

DOL: Given an exit

card (80% accuracy)

SW 1. Answer 3

multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The impact of Sit-ins and

the Greensborough 4

T-EQ: What role did non-

violent civil disobedience play in the Civil Rights

Movement?

O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?

by various groups help shape national unity and diversity? Getting the GIST – write down 10

Getting the GIST write down 10 brief thoughts or facts from

the following clip. Be prepared to share out.

Pay particular attention to the role media played in this movement.

(1.3d) SWBAT

explain the role

SNCC played in the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall

impact.

the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall impact. DOL : Given an exit card (80%

DOL: Given an exit

card (80% accuracy)

SW 1. Answer 3

multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The impact of Sit-ins and

the Greensborough 4

T-EQ: What role did non-

violent civil disobedience play in the Civil Rights

Movement?

O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?

by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?  Analyze the image above.  What
by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?  Analyze the image above.  What

Analyze the image above.

What is the subject, occasion, and purpose?

What impact do you think images like this had on the South? On the rest of the United States?

In your opinion, do you think this image helped or hurt the Civil Rights cause? Explain!

rest of the United States?  In your opinion, do you think this image helped or

(1.3d) SWBAT

explain the role

SNCC played in the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall

impact.

the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall impact. DOL : Given an exit card (80%

DOL: Given an exit

card (80% accuracy)

SW 1. Answer 3

multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The impact of Sit-ins and

the Greensborough 4

T-EQ: What role did non-

violent civil disobedience play in the Civil Rights

Movement?

O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?

by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?  With images like this, there was
by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?  With images like this, there was

With images like this, there was no denying the ugly

face of racism.

Media (video and pictures) captured day in and day out the scenes of whites beating, yelling at, and pouring food over students who refused to strike back.

Students persisted in this confrontational strategy.

Sit-ins spread … picket lines were formed.

(1.3d) SWBAT

explain the role

SNCC played in the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall

impact.

the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall impact. DOL : Given an exit card (80%

DOL: Given an exit

card (80% accuracy)

SW 1. Answer 3

multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The impact of Sit-ins and

the Greensborough 4

T-EQ: What role did non- violent civil disobedience

play in the Civil Rights

Movement?

O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?

Rights Movement? O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national
Rights Movement? O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national

(1.3d) SWBAT

explain the role

SNCC played in the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall

impact.

the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall impact. DOL : Given an exit card (80%

DOL: Given an exit

card (80% accuracy)

SW 1. Answer 3

multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The impact of Sit-ins and

the Greensborough 4

T-EQ: What role did non- violent civil disobedience play in the Civil Rights

Movement?

O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?

by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?  By late 1960, students had descended
by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?  By late 1960, students had descended

By late 1960, students had descended on and

desegregated lunch counters in some 48 cities in 11

states.

Over 12 months, 50,000 people (mostly black but some white) participated in demonstrations across a hundred U.S. cities.

Over 3600 people were put in Jail.

Lunch counters were eventually open to blacks

There was still much work to do.

(1.3d) SWBAT

explain the role

SNCC played in the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall

impact.

the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall impact. DOL : Given an exit card (80%

DOL: Given an exit

card (80% accuracy)

SW 1. Answer 3

multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The impact of Sit-ins and

the Greensborough 4

T-EQ: What role did non-

violent civil disobedience play in the Civil Rights

Movement?

O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?

by various groups help shape national unity and diversity? “The students in that picture had a
by various groups help shape national unity and diversity? “The students in that picture had a

“The students in that picture had a certain look on their faces, sort of sullen, angry, determined. Before, the Negro in the South had

always looked on the defensive, cringing. This time they were

taking the initiative. They were kids my age, and I knew this had something to do with my own life.” - Unknown

TWS What do you think is the importance of the quote

above? Explain!

CHALLENGE! Tie the above quote into the Civil Rights Movement as a whole. What implications do you think sentiments like this had on the movement? Explain!

the Civil Rights Movement as a whole. What implications do you think sentiments like this had

(1.3d) SWBAT

analyze segregation

in education & critique the governments response to the Little Rock Nine.

DOL: Given an exit

card (80% accuracy)

SW 1. Answer 3

multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic:

Impact of the Little

Rock Nine.

T-EQ: What role did state and national governments play in the Civil Rights

Movement?

O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?

by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?  Year: 1960  SNCC created by

Year: 1960

SNCC created by students to take more action in the Civil Rights Movement

Wanted to harness the energy of student protesters

Sit-ins were projects created to challenge segregation

Started in a Woolworth’s in

Greensboro

Media played a big role

Southern racism reared its ugly

face

played a big role  Southern racism reared its ugly face  More sit-ins were sparked

More sit-ins were sparked

Eventual desegregation of lunch

counters

(1.3d) SWBAT

analyze segregation

in education & critique the governments response to the Little Rock Nine.

DOL: Given an exit

card (80% accuracy)

SW 1. Answer 3

multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic:

Impact of the Little

Rock Nine.

T-EQ: What role did state and national governments play in the Civil Rights

Movement?

O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?

by various groups help shape national unity and diversity? Just the facts:  Founded in 1942

Just the facts:

Founded in 1942 … Gained momentum in 1960s

Worked with other civil rights groups

Participated in / launched a series of initiatives

 Participated in / launched a series of initiatives  Freedom Rides  Desegregation of public

Freedom Rides

Desegregation of public facilities

Freedom Summer (Voter registration 1964)

March on Washington

Initially embraced non-violent pacifism

on Washington  Initially embraced non-violent pacifism  By late 1960s leaders were pushing for black

By late 1960s leaders were pushing for black nationalism and separatism

(1.3d) SWBAT

explain the role

SNCC played in the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall

impact.

DOL: Given an exit

card (80% accuracy)

SW 1. Answer 3

multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The impact of Sit-ins and

the Greensborough 4

T-EQ: What role did non-

violent civil disobedience play in the Civil Rights

Movement?

O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?

2 minutes

Closure

help shape national unity and diversity? 2 minutes Closure  On the right hand side of

On the right hand side of your notes

please answer the essential question:

unity and diversity? 2 minutes Closure  On the right hand side of your notes please

(1.3d) SWBAT

explain the role

SNCC played in the Civil Rights Movement and evaluate its overall

impact.

DOL: Given an exit card (80% accuracy)

SW 1. Answer 3

multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The impact of Sit-ins and

the Greensborough 4

T-EQ: What role did non- violent civil disobedience play in the Civil Rights

Movement?

O-EQ: How did the fight for Civil Rights by various groups help shape national unity and diversity?

by various groups help shape national unity and diversity? Interactive Note Taking  Place a TRIANGLE

Interactive Note Taking

shape national unity and diversity? Interactive Note Taking  Place a TRIANGLE next to the Main

Place a TRIANGLE next to the Main Idea/s covered in today's lesson. (Idea/s that you would find in our

Objective).

Place a CIRCLE next to the supporting ideas that help with your understanding of the Objective.

Write a question in the left portion of your Cornell Notes concerning the ‘Triangle.’

1. Which of the following strategies were employed by organizations like SNCC? a. Bus Boycotts
1. Which of the following strategies were employed by organizations like SNCC? a. Bus Boycotts
1. Which of the following strategies were employed by organizations like SNCC? a. Bus Boycotts

1. Which of the following strategies were employed by organizations like SNCC?

a. Bus Boycotts

b. School Integration

c. Violent Protests

d. Forceful Activism

2. All of the following were brought about

by the Sit-ins except:

a. An increase in the number of places that were protested by sit-ins

b. a quick reaction by southern whites

that brought the sit-ins to an end

c. An awareness among other African Americans that something important was happening

3. Which civil rights organization was

student led?

a.

NAACP

b.

CORE

c.

SNCC

d.

SCLC

Write a SEEC paragraph for the following prompt:

The impact of Sit-ins and the Greensborough 4