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Glynn Middle School
LFS Weekly Lesson Plan
Paga/ Graiser
8th Grade
Georgia Studies
3/24/14- 3/28/14
Civil Rights
History:
SS8H11 The student will evaluate the role of Georgia in the modern civil rights movement.
a. Describe major developments in civil rights and Georgia's role during the 1940s and 1950s; include the roles of
Herman Talmadge, Benjamin Mays, the 1946 governor's race and the end of the white primary, Brown v. Board of
Education, Martin Luther King, Jr., and the 1956 state flag.
b. Analyze the role Georgia and prominent Georgians played in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s and 1970s;
include such events as the founding of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), Sibley
Commission, admission of Hamilton Holmes and Charlayne Hunter to the University of Georgia, Albany
Movement, March on Washington, Civil Rights Act, the election of Maynard Jackson as mayor of Atlanta, and the
role of Lester Maddox.
c. Discuss the impact of Andrew Young on Georgia.
Monday 3/24
Tuesday 3/25
Essential Question: See Box Below
What events and
groups impacted the
outcome of the Civil
Rights movement?
Wednesday 3/26
What events and
groups impacted the
outcome of the Civil
Rights movement?
Thursday 3/27
What events and
groups impacted the
outcome of the Civil
Rights movement?
Reward Day
Teen Center for
8th Grade!
Friday 2/28
No School Friday
for Students/
Professional
learning day for
teachers
Glynn Middle School
LFS Weekly Lesson Plan
Activating/Acceleration:
(Some ideas: KWL, Pre-reading, Think Pair Share, Thinking Maps, Vocabulary Overview, Word Splash, Survey, Big Four)
Kahoot Civil Rights
review
Activator :
Mississippi Trial
.
Activator :
Mississippi Trial
Cognitive Teaching Strategies: include time for distributed practice or summarizing
(Some ideas: Lecture/Question, Read/Discuss, TIMS, Hands on Activity, Thinking Map, Pictograph, Research, Vocabulary, Diagrams/Graphs)
Summarizing Strategies: (Some ideas: Ticket Out the Door, 3-2-1, The Important Thing, One Word, Learning Logs)
One Fact
Summary
Extending/Refining Activity: This is for all students. After they acquire, then take them up a notch with thinking skills/writing prompts.
(Some ideas: Cause/Effect, Compare/Contrast, Write, Classify, Analyze, Evaluate, Inductive, Deductive)
Assignment and/or Assessment: A variety of informal, performance, constructed response, selected response
Civil Rights movement
1. Kahoot Civil Rights
review
2. Review of Mississippi
Trial chapter 1:
characters and story
line.
3. Introduction of
Emmett Till
Mississippi Trial 1955
interview project.
4. Continuation of
Civil Rights Movement Civil Rights Movement
1. Students will go to
1. Mississippi Trial quiz
2. Continuation of
the courtyard or
reading Mississippi
outside classroom
Trial 1955. .(refer to
room to continue
notes below)
reading Mississippi
Trial 1955. .(refer to
notes below)
Glynn Middle School
LFS Weekly Lesson Plan
Mississippi Trial
1955.(refer to notes
below)
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Differentiation
Preferred seating
Select students will
peer read with para
assistance. 4th
period will have Mr.
Cook and 7th period
will have Ms. Dock


Differentiation
Students will read 

in the courtyard
today. Some
students will
partner read and

some will read
individually.
Select students will
partner read with
para assistance. 4th
period will have Mr.
Cook and 7th period
will have Ms. Dock
Homework
Civil Rights wrap
up review
worksheet
Students may
check out our
novel we are
reading in order
to complete it.
Differentiation
Preferred seating
Modified quiz/
small group for quiz
for select students.
Select students will
peer read with para
assistance. 4th
period will have Mr.
Cook and 7th period
will have Ms. Dock
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