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Black History Close Reading & Writing Theme Unit
This bundle comes with 6 passages that can be easily differentiated to support your own individual classroom needs during close reading, guided reading, and much more!
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Letter from Birmingham Jail Martin Luther King Jr Argumentative Opinion Writing
This is a classroom tested reading comprised of the first half of King's great Letter from Birmingham Jail. I have included the first half for several reasons -- it already is a 10 page reading (5 double sided) with a page of vocabulary words with relevant definitions. Your handout will have space
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Civil Rights Leaders Reading Comprehension Bundle, Parks, MLK, Gandhi
Includes:*Susan B. Anthony*Cesar Chavez*Frederick Douglass*Mohandas Gandhi*Rosa Parks*Nelson Mandela*Helen Keller*Martin Luther King Jr.*Jackie Robinson*Booker T. Washington*Harriet TubmanIncluded in this document are biographies of each of the leaders above. Each bio has comprehension questions.
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Black History Month Primary Source Readings Packet
This packet contains the following primary source readings: 1. The Brutality of Slavery: Quock Walker (1784, Mass.) and N.C. v. Mann (1829) cases contrasted 2. Dred Scott decision excerpts 3. Ableman v. Booth, In Re: Booth cases: Nullification of Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 4. Mississippi's 1865 "
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Martin Luther King Jr Primary Sources Document Based Questions; Black History
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Civil Rights Movement Document Based Questions DBQ (American History)
Civil Rights Movement Document Based Questions DBQ A free version is available in print, but does not include the digital option. This practice will allow your students to dig deep and analyze the various aspects concerning the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. The format will have students

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Letter from Birmingham Jail, Martin Luther King, Jr.
Primary Source Reading of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous Letter from Birmingham Jail. Includes questions for comprehension and discussion. Vocabulary Glossary embedded in Footnotes for Struggling Readers.
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Socratic Seminar Student Guide - MLK
Socratic Seminar's have huge benefits for students!! *Revised - 'What to think about' questions added. Socratic Seminar student guide using MLKJr.'s "I have a dream" speech as the topic. I have found this topic generates awesome student discussion and connection to student lives/current events. C
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Who was Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.?
This is a short book I wrote to explain who Martin Luther King, Jr. was, what he believed in and how he changed our nation. I wrote this with first graders in mind and focused on positive themes and character traits. The book can be colored by students, and there are comprehension questions at the
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Martin Luther King Jr. DBQ
Short DBQ about his speech and other notable things about MLK Jr.
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Close Reading & Essay Prompts for Dr. King
This close-reading assignment requires students to read two essays from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (scanned from "A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr.) and synthesize information from the essays with personal experiences, as well as evaluate text evide
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Martin Luther King I Have A Dream Speech DBQ & Primary Resource Activity
MLK I Have A Dream Speech DBQ & Primary Resource Activity. Students read the text of the speech and do an in-class presentation.
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Martin Luther King Letter from a Birmingham Jail DBQ & Primary Resource Activity
MLK Letter from a Birmingham Jail DBQ & Primary Resource Activity. Students read MLK's letter and answer DBQ's.
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Student News: The Life and Words of Martin Luther King Jr. (4 Lessons)
First off, thank you so much for considering this lesson. I hope this lesson blesses you as it has my students and I! This download contains four lessons. They are designed to be delivered sequentially, spread out once a week for a month, given for homework or however you like. The main text in th
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Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr
Reading with questions for comprehension and discussion comparing the tactics of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. Readings Bundle
Included in this Bundle: Ballot or the BulletReading with questions for comprehension and discussion. Letter from Birmingham JailReading with questions for comprehension and discussion. Malcom X and Martin Luther King, Jr. Comparison reading with questions for comprehension and discussion.
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Martin Luther King, Jr (Info. Reading Text)
This informational reading text on Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Biography is a great resource for students learning about MLK Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement. Pressed for time?? This reading covers a lot information on both Martin Luther King, Jr and his time as the leader of Civil Rights Movement.*1
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Beyond Vietnam, MLK Speech
Excerpts from MLK's speech, "Beyond Vietnam." Questions for comprehension, analysis, and discussion are included. Could be used in a Vietnam Unit or Civil Rights Movement Unit. Can be printed as is or converted to a Google Doc that students can type directly on.
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John Lewis' Speech from the March on Washington
Includes the original text from John Lewis' speech that he made at the Lincoln Memorial during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom with questions for analysis and discussion. Can be printed as is or converted to a Google Doc that students can write directly on.
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"Where Do We Go From Here?" Martin Luther King, Jr. Speech
Transcript from Martin Luther King, Jr.'s lesser known "Where Do We Go From Here?" speech with questions for analysis and discussion. The speech was delivered at King’s Annual Report at the convention of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Can be printed as is or conve
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Civil Rights Movement Readings
Various Readings on the Civil Rights Movement. 50 cents per reading. Included in this download: 1. Letter from Mississippi Freedom Summer, Martha Honey2. Testimony of Fannie Lou Hamer (jailed during Mississippi Freedom Summer)3. Testimony of Rita L. Schwerner (wife of Michael Schwerner, who was murd
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Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Marvels Black Panther Readings and Worksheet
Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Marvels Black Panther Readings and Worksheet is a reading exercise that engages students in higher order thinking and reading comprehension. The readings and worksheet challenge the students to compare and contrast the Civil Rights leaders Rev. Dr. martin Luther Kin
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