1. As a group define segregation. Think about the different people it may affect, when it happens, how it happens etc. Try and be as specific as possible by including details for your answer. Don't forget to support what you say!
2. Using the resources provided, you are now ready to explore how segregation happened in our past, and still happens today. you will learn what it is like to be a citizen who has no rights. Write down your impressions of the stories you read, and the pictures you see. How does this make you feel? Is segregation right or wrong?
3. Now it is time to create! Using the craft supplies provided (and any you may bring in) create your group's visual definition of segregation. Paint a picture. Write a story. Create a collage of images about segregation. Your images will help the class to understand what it is like for the characters in our book, Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry. As your group creates this visual definition of segregation, create a written justification for your verbal definition. This written justification will serve as an interpretation for your art work for the class.