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Marshall (2017): Complete Movie Guide

An educational teaching resource from Dr. Will Pulgarin entitled Marshall (2017): Complete Movie Guide downloadable at Teach Simple.
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Grade 7, 8, 9, 10, 11



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Marshall (2017): Complete Movie Guide

This thoughtfully designed teaching resource is a narrated movie guide concentrating on the life of Thurgood Marshall, a main figure in the civil rights movement. Suitable for Grade 7 to Grade 11 students, and used in public school scenarios or homeschooling.

Ideal for studying holidays or special observances, this guide looks at Marshall's challenges faced during his time as an NAACP lawyer. The focus spans through:

  1. A high-profile case involving Joseph Spell falsely accused by Eleanor Strubing.
  2. The partnership with Jewish lawyer Sam Friedman.
  3. Discussion on racial tensions of the time.

Besides highlighting these historical occurrences, it also discusses one of Marshall's landmark cases: Brown v Board of Education (1954).

  • This complete movie guide delivers insight into Thurgood's significant contributions to American history seen from this case's prism.

Ease-of-Use Factor

The package comes with an easy-to-follow viewing guide including 27 questions paired with timestamps; all contained in just one printed page (double-sided)!

Note: It includes a digital format compatible with popular learning management systems such as Schoology or Google Classroom. This makes it easily accessible and offers endless use possibilities – be it group classroom discussions or individual homework assignments.

To get started exploring civil rights movements and culture-history intersection using this resourceful tool; simply buy the Marshall movie today available on platforms like iTunes or Amazon!

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Resource Tags

Thurgood Marshall Civil rights movement NAACP lawyer Racial tensions Brown v Board of Education

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