Saturday, April 24, 2021

FREE SOCIAL STUDIES LESSON - “Stonewall Uprising & the LGBTQ+ Movement WebQuest-Civil Rights/Distance Learning”

by Social Studies with Ms Mc
9th - 12th Grade

Teach the Stonewall Uprisings and an overview of the LBGTQ+ movement with this web quest!

Students will view sites like the National Park Service, the Digital Public Library of America, and PBS. They'll answer questions as they go, prompting them to identify major information about the Stonewall Uprising and its effects.

You can use this PDF resource for Distance Learning with your students. Since websites do change, I included descriptions of the sites in the questions in case the hyperlinks are adjusted.

This resource is great for Pride Month, a unit on Civil Rights, a unit on modern America, or a unit on social justice!

I used this resource with 10th graders in an American History class.


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