Protest Songs Webquest Roles and Tasks

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    You are an African - American who witnessed some of the most important moments in the fight againstsegregation in the fifties and sixties in the U.S. and was actively involved in that fight.

    Your task is to search for and organize information about the following subjects:

    Segregation on buses Segregation in restaurants "Whites only" rules at public facilities The right to vote

    Follow these steps:

    1. Divide tasks among the members of the group:

    2. Conduct an Internet search for your role using the Resources provided.3. Find out:

    o what segregation on buses consisted ofo who Rosa Parks waso how she showed her opposition to segregation on buseso what role she played in the bus boycotto who organized the boycotto what the consequences of the boycott wereo which fields segregation was felt ino why so many blacks were disenfranchised

    4. Organize that information and write:o a short biography of Rosa Parks, explaining why she was arrestedo a leaflet for a campaign to end segregation on buses to be delivered to the population of

    Montgomeryo a list of the most important achievements in the fight for Civil Rights

    5. Get a title for your part of the exhibit6. Get from the Internet or other sources photos, images and real documents of the time to illustrate

    your texts7. Organize the final product

    http://www.prof2000.pt/users/essg/escola/webquest/index.html#resourceshttp://www.prof2000.pt/users/essg/escola/webquest/index.html#resources
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    You are an American student who witnessed some of the most important moments in the fight againstsegregation and in the anti-war movement in the fifties, sixties and early seventies in the U.S.

    Your task is to search for and organize information about the following subjects:

    Segregation in education Sit-ins Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka Little Rock High School, Arkansas

    Follow these steps:

    1. Divide tasks among the members of the group:

    2. Conduct an Internet search for your role using the Resources provided online on Miss AngelsWebsite.

    3. Find out:o what segregation in education consisted ofo what the purpose of sit-ins waso how the fight against segregation in schools begano what the consequences of the legal action Brown v. Board of Education wereo what happened at Little Rock High School, Arkansas

    4. Organize that information and write:o a report on the Brown v. Board of Education caseo a list of the most important achievements in the fight for equality in education

    5. Get a title for your part of the exhibit6. Get from the Internet or other sources photos, images and real documents of the time to illustrate

    your texts7. Organize the final product

    http://www.prof2000.pt/users/essg/escola/webquest/index.html#resourceshttp://www.prof2000.pt/users/essg/escola/webquest/index.html#resources
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    You are an American singer who performed at many concerts and was actively involved in the fightagainst segregation and in the anti-war movement in the sixties and early seventies in the U.S. You were invited to collaborate with a music magazine and tell about your experience in that field and write aboutthe protest songs of the time.

    Your task is to search for and organize information about the following subjects:

    the role protest songs played in the fight for civil rights and in the anti-war movement well known protest singers/groups protest songs

    Follow these steps:

    1. Divide tasks among the members of the group:

    2. Conduct an Internet search for your role using the Resources provided online on Miss AngelsWebsite.

    3. Find out:o what role protest songs played in the fight for Civil Rightso which groups or singers were actively involved in that fighto what some of the most significant protest songs of the time wereo what people were protesting against

    4. Organize that information and select:o

    a collection of protest songs5. then write:o the biographies of two protest singerso a list of the different messages the songs conveyedo a description of the atmosphere in a concert where protest songs were sung

    6. a suggestion:o if a member of your group can play the guitar, it would be a good idea to rehearse one of

    the songs and play it during your presentationo if you prefer, you may compose your own

    7. Get a title for your part of the exhibit8. Get from the Internet or other sources photos, images and real documents of the time to illustrate

    your texts9. Organize the final product

    http://www.prof2000.pt/users/essg/escola/webquest/index.html#resourceshttp://www.prof2000.pt/users/essg/escola/webquest/index.html#resources
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    You are an American journalist who witnessed some of the most important events of the Civil RightsMovement in the fifties and sixties in the U.S.

    Your task is to search for and organize information about the following subjects:

    Civil Rights Leaders President John Kennedy and the Civil Rights Act

    Follow these steps:

    1. Divide tasks among the members of the group:

    2. Conduct an Internet search for your role using the Resources provided online on Miss Angels

    website.3. Find out:o who the most important Civil Rights leaders wereo what the most important facts about them wereo what role John F. Kennedy played in the Civil Rights Acto what the most important facts about John F. Kennedy wereo what happened in 1963, in Washingtono

    4. Organize that information and write:o a news article for your newspaper on the day John Kennedy was assassinatedo a short biography of John Kennedy to go with the articleo a report on the peaceful march on Washington, D.C.o a news article for your newspaper on the day Martin Luther King was assassinatedo a short biography of Martin Luther King to go with the article

    5. Get a title for your part of the exhibit6. Get from the Internet or other sources photos, images and real documents of the time to illustrate

    your texts7. Organize the final product

    http://www.prof2000.pt/users/essg/escola/webquest/index.html#resourceshttp://www.prof2000.pt/users/essg/escola/webquest/index.html#resources

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