This lesson provides students with an overview of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Although the lesson does not assume any prior knowledge of the statute, it is nonetheless useful to test more advanced students' knowledge.
The lesson consists of five sections: 1) the scope of Title VII; 2) administrative prerequisites to private enforcement; 3) the protected classes; 4) the order and allocation of proof; and, 5) judicial relief. Each section uses varied question types to test the student's understanding. To ground the student's learning in legal authority, all answers are supported by references to statutory provisions and case law.