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Martin Luther King's Letter from Birmingham Jail: A Common Core Nonfiction Unit
71 page unit plan — We are proud to release our unit on Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” to recognize the fifty year anniversary of his struggles for basic human rights in Birmingham, Alabama. His movement’s peaceful demonstrations, the suffering they endured at the hands of
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Jacksonian Democracy – Agree/Disagree Short Answer Worksheet
A hero to some, a brutal autocrat to others, Andrew Jackson brought a new combativeness to 19th Century American political life. Despite growing wealthy as a slave-holding planter, Jackson tirelessly portrayed himself as champion of the common man.This short answer history worksheet explores the man
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The Social Studies Literacy Toolbox
The Social Studies literacy toolbox includes over 40 instructional tools to develop students reading, writing, speaking and listening. Reading Tools includeReading Cycle MenuHabits of Document AnalysisAnticipation GuideCATCH AnnotationSOAPSToneHIPPEvaluating Credibility and Usefulness (Primary Sourc
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"I Have a Dream Speech" Graphic Organizer
This is a graphic organizer for students to use both during and after they listen to, or watch, MLK's "I Have a Dream Speech." The graphic organizer includes space for students to analyze and reflect upon the following elements of the famous speech: figurative language, persuasive vocabulary, caus
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