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Black History Month

Black History Month Here are many ideas to use in your classroom for Black History Month. The Gross Point Schools have designed a matrix for the topics of Civil Rights, History and Places, Humanities, and People. They have also provided a column for sites that provide Interactive
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Black History Month


Here are many ideas to use in your classroom for Black History Month. The Gross Point Schools have designed a matrix for the topics of Civil Rights, History and Places, Humanities, and People. They have also provided a column for sites that provide Interactive Activities. All in all, there are over 150 pertinent sites to choose from. Topics range from the Underground Railroad to Civil Rights to former Secretary of State Colin Powell.

Gross Pointe Public School System

• Lesson Plans • Learning Exercises • Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations • Biographical Information


• High School Middle School Elementary School

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