*Individuals, Groups, Institutions- A person’s actions or a group’s actions can affect others. Those actions, whether purposeful or unintended, have consequences. Those consequences may be good or bad.
*Beliefs and Ideals- A society is where people work and live. A society has ideas and beliefs that affect the people, the government, and the money decisions within the society.
*Location- Where people live determines who is a part of their society, what jobs are available, and what opportunities they have.
SS3G2a, b, c, d, e
What happened in Eleanor Roosevelt, Thurgood Marshall, and Lyndon B. Johnson’s life? (timeline)
Where and when did Eleanor Roosevelt, Thurgood Marshall, and Lyndon B. Johnson live?
What is the United Nations?
What are human rights?
What are civil rights?
What was the Great Society?
What is the right to vote?
Where are the Appalachian Mountains on a map/globe?
Where are the Rocky Mountains on a map/globe?
How did Eleanor Roosevelt work for human rights?
Why did Eleanor Roosevelt think that cooperation was so important?
What did Thurgood Marshall do to further civil rights in the US?
How did Lyndon B. Johnson work
to change voting rights in the US?
Why was Thurgood Marshall’s nickname “Mr. Civil Rights?”
How did Lyndon B. Johnson hope The Great Society would make America a better place by ending poverty and racial injustice?
What is the difference between human and civil rights?
Why was the United Nations formed and how does it continue to affect countries from around the world?
Which character traits did Eleanor Roosevelt, Thurgood Marshall, and Lyndon B. Johnson exhibits?