: Identifying what being part of a community means
:Know what community means.
List things that you and others do that you are proud of.
Plan an event you would organise if you were a local
: Draw a personal shield which celebrates you, your school and
your community. Use symbols and images.
Read the story of the Montgomery Bus boycott
Develop questions for the three main characters - Rosa Parks, the man on the bus or the bus driver. Come up with questions that address the characters’ feelings and motivation, especially why, as a Christian, Rosa Parks felt it was important to stand up for her rights.
write an interview with one of the characters set in modern times, allowing the three interviewees to reflect on the results of the Civil Rights Movement. Do people think that the man on the bus or the bus driver would now regret their actions? Do they think the rules were wrong? Would Rosa Parks think that she behaved correctly? What would she think about racism in the world today? Ask people to present their work as a magazine interview, beginning with a paragraph explaining the story of the Montgomery bus boycott.
Go outside and take a picture of your home. Using your picture, sketch your house on paper using shading techniques and hatch skills.