Rosa Parks: Read-Aloud Play, Civil Rights

Product Description:

By refusing to give up her seat on a bus to a white man, Rosa Parks changed the world. Her brave action was a key triumph of the civil rights movement. This read-aloud play portrays highlights from the life of Rosa Parks, the injustices that she encountered, and the day that she took a stand (by remaining seated). Includes background information, discussion questions, writing prompts, book links, and inspirational quotes.

Teaching Tip:

To make sure as many students get a chance to speak as possible, assign new roles each time the scene changes Scan through the play for any unfamiliar vocabulary words to share with students so they won't stumble over them while reading

Grades 4-8

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