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Erica Jasna Struble

Women's History Month - Rosa Parks

Grades: 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, Kindergarten
Subjects: Social Studies, History, Science

Student Instructions

Rosa Parks was a bold woman who has helped change the world. She was known as "The Mother of The Freedom Movement", was a civil rights activist, and helped change unfair laws. She accomplished all of this after standing up for what she believed in one day when she was sitting on a city bus. There is also a BrainPop Jr. video video about her for you to watch. What is one thing that you can do to be like Rosa Parks? 1. Click the add add response button. 2. Click the play button to watch the read-aloud. After, you can click on the link link to watch the BrainPop Jr. video video about Rosa Parks. Return to seesaw Seesaw when you are done. 3. Go to the second slide and click on the voice speaker button to listen to the question. What is one thing that you can do to be like Rosa Parks? Answer the question by using the mic recording, voice voice, or label writing tools. 4. Click on the green check checkmark to upload your work.

Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

The read-aloud is from the Little People, Big Ideas Biography Series. It is embedded within the activity. The BrainPop Jr. video will open into a new window without comments or suggested videos.