Parks: How I fought for Civil Rights "Rosa Parks, "The Mother of the Modern-day Civil Rights Movement,"
describes her pivotal role in the Montgomery Bus Boycott and
helps students understand the importance of every individual citizen
in a democracy. Read through her story and then express how you would
feel if you were in her situation. (Vocabulary words are in bold.) for
grades 7-8 (scholastic.com)
rights icon Rosa Parks dies- a lesson plan with "a news article,
listening (MP3 file) , communication activities, pair work, discussion,
reading and vocabulary exercises."
(Breaking News English)
Rosa Parks - a song
"After her death in October of 2005 I was reading an online article about Rosa Parks and wondered how much my elementary music students really knew about that era of our history and about her story. Sometimes music can convey a message more powerfully than the written or spoken word.
I was deeply inspired to pen this song. Please pass it on and keep Dr. King's dream alive!" (YouTube)
Sister Rosaby Neville (= Rosa Parks) - (metrolyrics.com)
Sister Rosa Parks, by the
Neville Brothers - un travail proposé
par Yannick TROCCAZ (Ac. Grenoble) avec remise des paragraphes et
des phrases du refrain dans l'ordre puis analyse.