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Oral comprehension: Sister Rosa and the fight for the Civil Rights

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mother of the Civil Rights Movement

Rosa Parks

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1. Faites les activités demandées: quand vous avez fini de déplacer les éléments désignés, faites une copie d'écran et collez-la dans un fichier texte (Libre Office, Word…): ne faites qu'un seul document avec toutes vos copies d'écran! (ne le faites que pour les pages qui nécessitent une intervention de votre part!)

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3. Quand vous aurez tout fini, envoyez-moi votre fichier RENOMMÉ AVEC: Sister Rosa VOTRE CLASSE VOTRE NOM, par la remise en ligne

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"Sister Rosa"

This is the title of a song by the Neville Brothers: what words do you think you are going to hear? Write them down in your notebook.

Voici le titre d'une chanson des Neville Brothers: quels mots pensez-vous y entendre? Notez-les dans votre cahier.

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Watch the video and tick the words you heard. Cross out those you didn't hear. You can watch it twice.

Regardez la vidéo et cochez les mots entendus, puis barrez les autres. Vous pouvez la visionner deux fois.

Listen to the song again and to put them in the right order

Écoutez de nouveau la chanson et déplacez les paroles pour les remettre dans l'ordre.

move the lyrics

Refrain

Refrain

Refrain

Listen to the chorus and to put them in the right order

Écoutez le refrain et remettez-le dans l'ordre en déplaçant les phrases.

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move the sentences

Read the sentences then

Lisez les phrases et faites-les correspondre aux images en les déplaçant.

match them to the photos

The bus driver asked Rosa Parks to give her seat to the white man.

A white man changed the white/colored card because he wanted a seat .

Martin Luther King decided to react because he thought it wasn’t fair.

Rosa Parks sat down in a bus after a hard workday. She sat in the ‘colored zone’ at the back of the bus.

There were demonstrations against segregation and inequality. Black people wanted racial equality.

During the Segregation, black people had their own waiting rooms, hotels and theatres. They were separated from white people.

There was a Bus Boycott. Black people refused to take buses. They walked and buses were empty. The Boycott was a success.

But Rosa Parks refused to get up. She wanted to have the same rights as white people. She thought it wasn’t fair. The police came and gaveRosa Parks a $14 fine. They took her to prison.

Read the sentences then

Lisez les phrases et retrouvez la fin de chacune d'entre elles. Faites-les correspondre en les déplaçant.

match the pieces together

Rosa Parks had been sitting in the coloured section of a bus when…

Martin Luther King organized a bus boycott…

In the 60s, buses were...

The police came and…

When the bus driver said ‘Let him have that seat'…

Although there were White and Coloured sections…

Some segregationists tried to resist. However…

… Rosa Parks was sent to jail.

… Montgomery bus drivers had decided to make black people move whenever white people needed seats.

… she was asked to give up (= abandon) her seat to a white person.

… a fourteen dollar fine

… segregated in most Southern states of the USA.

… segregation in public buses was lifted.

… until segregation ended.

… many other protests against racial segregation.

… Rosa Parks refused to obey him.

She had to pay…

This successful non-violent movement sparked…

Now click on this worksheet and complete it.

Maintenant cliquez sur cette fiche et complétez-la sur le site Liveworksheets, puis envoyez-la moi à l'aide du 'secret key code'.

Allez sur le site en cliquant sur la ficheComplétez les zones de texte (un X pour les RIGHT / WRONG, un extrait du texte pour justifier votre choix)À la fin, cliquez sur Finish!Cliquez sur E-mail my answers to my teacherComplétez les informations demandéesTapez le SECRET KEYCODE donné par mail Cliquez sur SendRevenez sur votre fiche: elle est corrigée !

Rosa Parks

1913 - 2005

More information on Rosa Parks?

Rosa Parks was born on February 4, 1913, in Tuskegee, Alabama (USA).She died on October 24, 2005, in her apartment in Detroit, Michigan (USA) at the age of 92.She was a Civil Rights leader whose refusal to give up her seat to a white passenger on a segregated bus led to the Montgomery Bus Boycott.Her bravery led to nationwide efforts to end racial segregation. Parks was awarded the Martin Luther King Jr. Award by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal.

Remembering Rosa Parks

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Rosa Parks