Ruby Bridges, Women’s History, Black History, Body Biography Project is filled with all you need to promote this American civil rights activist. She was the first African American child to desegregate an all-white elementary school in Louisiana in 1960. Celebrate Women’s History Month with this biography study! This Ruby Bridges biography study is a collaborative research activity. This is truly unique, has high-quality vector graphics, and is the most inclusive group project for bringing together a growth mindset and a biography study. This biography study is a collaborative research activity. Learn all there is to know about one of the most influential women in the world, Ruby Bridges.
I adapted the body biography concept to align with informational texts, biography research, nonfiction, and history. This project can also work well with viewing the film, Ruby Bridges.
★ Features an original realistic image- all in line art for your students to add color and design.
★ The poster is 32 inches high by 10 inches wide. It requires 4 pages.
★ Reflection Questions
★ Answer key *answers will vary based on your own student’s responses.
★ The student handout and planning sheet explains each part of the body biography project.
★ The teacher set up directions, background, tips, and objectives / CCSS
★ Includes PRINT AND DIGITAL VERSIONS
★Showcase Display for Ruby Bridges, Black History, United States History, women’s history, library display, hallway display, bulletin board, elementary school, read aloud, I Am Ruby Bridges, Through My Eyes, Ruby Bridges Goes to School: My True Story, This Is Your Time, Let’s Read About– Ruby Bridges, Ruby Bridges (film, 1999), middle school ELA, and high school history and high school English
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