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Teaching The Sit-In Movement

The Sit-In Movement

By 1960, the Civil Rights Movement had gained strong momentum. The nonviolent measures employed by Martin Luther King Jr. helped African American activists win supporters across the country and throughout the world.

USHistory.org

ESSENTIAL QUESTION:

How would you have reacted if you witnessed a sit-in protest in this era?
STANDARDS:
RH.2 - Main Ideas, RH.4 - Key Terms & Tone

DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE (DOK) LEVELS:

3,4
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