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The March on Washington: basic teacher resources
Here are four great resources designed to support the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington Lesson Plans and Resources:
- The 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington Quick Guide - The who, what, when, why, where and how of the March.
- The Interactive Timeline of the History of Civil Rights Movement - An interactive timeline filled with video and text about the events that shaped the Civil Rights Movement. For teachers there is a timeline guide that denotes the event and the length of its corresponding video.
- The 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington Glossary - Use this comprehensive glossary to help students build a foundation on the vocabulary of the Civil Rights Movement.
- PBS Student Reporting Labs Resource -Use these 12 captivating student responses on MLK’s Dream, race and change to get a discussion started in your own classroom.
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