I Am Rosa Parks Activities
The next time you read I Am Rosa Parks with your Novel Effect app, follow them up with our educator created no prep activities. The I Am Rosa Parks activities keep students engaged. They’ll have opportunities to practice character analysis, sequencing, and story synthesis while learning about a specific time period of Rosa Parks’s life.
As a result of the included activities, students will be able to:
- spell story vocabulary.
- write about Rosa Parks.
- list character traits that describe Rosa Parks.
- create a timeline.
- write about a cause and effect from the biography.
- create a comic strip.
- summarize the book.
- write about the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
- use video to learn more about Rosa Parks’s role in the Civil Rights Movement.
- create a word cloud.
- reflect on and respond to comprehension questions and writing prompts.
Activities can be used to differentiate instruction for students, to provide them with a choice, or to focus on a particular skill.
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About the Book
Author Brad Meltzer’s series Ordinary People Changed the World gives young learners an engaging look into historical figures. He shares what made this person a heroic figure, and tells their life story in a simple yet conversational way that captures young children. In his book I Am Rosa Parks, readers will see glimpses of her childhood that influenced her strength later in life.