Civil Rights Resources for Research
To Kill a Mockingbird is set in the 1930s but published in the 1960s, so Harper Lee's novel creates depicts a time before Civil Rights, but it was written while the country was in the thick of the fight against injustice and racism.
You will be researching a topic from below using the Scrible research tool and a Google Doc to collect and organize your facts. Then you will develop a Google Site to present what you've learned, allowing your classmates to be your audience.
First Steps: Launch your GCPS Student Portal and G Suite for Education.
Source #3 Your (evaluated) choice from Databases and Web Resources. Check to Google search. Remember: Add NEW FACTS with each source
More Database Source options. Search topic with term "civil rights" to narrow.
History Reference Center from EBSCO
Due date timeline for the completion of Civil Rights Website for TKAM (file below)