Common Core alignment for vocabulary word lists include two key phrases: "Precise Meaning" and "Context."
CCSS Alignment Strand Numbers for Specific Grades:
Precise Meaning: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4e, 3.4d, 4.4c, 5.4c, 6.4c, 7.4c, 8.4c, 9-10.4c, 11-12.4c
Context: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4a, 3.4a, 4.4a, 5.4a, 6.4a, 7.4a, 8.4a, 9-10.4a, 11-12.4a
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Black History Vocabulary Word List (218)
|A)||Abilities, Abolition, Acceptance, Accomplishment, Achievement, Activism, Adjustment, Advocate, Africa, African-American, Amistad, Art, Artifact, Athletic, Attempt, Authority, Awareness|
|B)||Background, Battles, Bias, Birth, Black, Black history, Blame, Blues, Busing|
|C)||Catfish, Cause, Celebration, Change, Character, Civil, Civil rights, Civilian, Clash, Collards, Collection, Colored, Community, Conditions, Contribution, Counter, Crisis, Culture|
|D)||Dancing, Decades, Dedication, Demonstration, Denial, Difference, Discipline, Discovery, Discrimination, Disperse, Distinct, Diversity, Dixie, Douglas-Frederick|
|E)||Economy, Education, Emancipation, Emancipation Proclamation, Emphasis, Empower, Enrich, Entertainment, Equality, Exclusion, Explosive|
|F)||Facility, Failure, Fair, Force, Freedom|
|G)||Genealogy, Genuine, Gifts|
|H)||Habit, Halt, Harmony, Harriet, Heritage, Highlight, Historical, History, Hope, Housing, Humor|
|I)||Important, Inclusive, Indentured, Indigenous, Inequality, Infrastructure, Inhumane, Injury, Injustice, Inspire, Integration, Integrity, Interpretation, Interweave, Invention, Inventor|
|L)||Laborer, Laughter, Leader, Legacy, Liberty, Lincoln-Abraham, Little Rock, Local|
|M)||Maintain, March, Memory, Milestones, Motion, Movement, Music, Musician|
|N)||NAACP, Negro, Neighborhood, Nemesis, Non-violence, Northerner|
|O)||Obstacles, Opportunity, Oppression, Oral history, Organize, Outstanding, Overcome, Overwhelm|
|P)||Past, Peace, Period, Ports, Poverty, Preach, Preacher, Prejudice, Prevent, Pride, Problems, Program, Public|
|R)||Race, Racism, Rebellion, Refuse, Relevant, Requirement, Research, Restriction, Rhythm, Rights, Riot, Roots|
|S)||Schooner, Segregation, Significance, Singing, Sit-in, Skid-row, Slave trade, Slavery, Slaves, Society, Song, Soul, Southern, Southerner, Spanning, Spiritual, Status, Stereotype, Stigma, Storyteller, Stride, Strong, Struggle, Symbol|
|T)||Talent, Terror, Tolerance, Torture, Trace, Tradition, Treatment, Tremble, Trials, Triumph, Tubman, Tuskagee airmen|
|V)||View, Vigor, Violence, Voting, Vow|
|W)||Washintong-Booker T., Welfare, Whites, Wisdom, Worship, Worthy|
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|Inventions created by black inventors:
Fire extinguisher, gas mask, stop light
Some well-known figures:
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Maya Angelou, Betty Shabazz, Barack Obama, Charlie Porter, Ella Fitzgerald, Jackie Robinson, John Coltrane, Luther King, Jr., Mahalia Jackson, Martin Rosa Parks, Oprah Winfrey
Black Porters created a legacy in travel by Pullman train. Hours were long, the pay was minimal and men worked hard to satisfy passengers. Uniforms consisted of a white jacket, visor hat and a black tie. These men formed the first black labor union in 1925. Estimates indicate that their group of African-Americans may have numbered 20,000. By 1970, Pullman porters had ceased to exist.
Source: Associated Press, Evelyn Nieves
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