The March Against Fear

Ann Bausum has written another excellent piece of literature with her text:

The March Against Fear: The Last Great Walk of the Civil Rights Movement and the Emergence of Black Power

It’s a compelling read informing readers about James Meredith and the March Against Fear. Kirkus has a wonderful review if you’re interested in reading more about the text. 

This post was written to highlight the PBA (performance-based assessment / project-based assessment) I’ve created to accompany the text and it is accessible to you via the link below! The PBA includes three options for use: 1. A menu in which students choose three projects to make a tic-tac-toe. 2. Two lists requiring students to choose one project from each of the lists. 3. One list of projects requiring students to choose one to complete.

The March Against Fear PBA

In addition, there are some excellent resources to accompany the text including:

Please comment on this post or message me if you’ve found or are using other resources so they can be added to the list. Have a wonderful day!

Your Librarian,

Katelyn Martens-Rodriguez

This PBA is also accessible on Teachers Pay Teachers. 

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