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How to Integrate Quotes and Paraphrases into The MLA Paper
This presentation is a lesson on how to integrate quotes and paraphrases into a paper when using the MLA format. It is an easy to follow guide for students and teachers.
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PHOEBE the SPY Novel Study
Griffin's book about a thirteen year old Black girl who saves George Washington, is a great read, especially for either Black History Month or Women in History. Works very well for both read-alouds and guided reading. This unit includes - - Reading Comprehension questions - including many quotes -
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African American Biography Project
This is a great project idea for Black History Month. This is geared toward 5th grade, but can also be used in 4th, 6th, and more. Students will discuss and receive a list of famous African Americans. They will choose a person to research and write a biography about. They can organize their re
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"I Have a Dream" Close Read and analysis PLUS "Glory" comparison
Close Reading activity created by the House of Roush to aid students in comprehending and analyzing elements of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous "I Have a Dream" speech. Structured in a PDP Cornell Note sheet, the text is printed on the right hand side of the sheet and Close Reading questions are o
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MLK timeline and vocabulary
MLK timeline MLK timeline cards for students to manipulate MLK vocabulary/hard and easier version MLK worksheet This MLK timeline has 11 events of his life. The timeline helps kids understand why he is so important. I have listed each date, picture and event on 1 page. Easy for you to print and
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.-I Have a Dream-Primary Version
Dr. Martin Luther King worked for equality of all people by supporting nonviolent activities during the Civil Rights Movement. His message of justice, hope, love are mentioned as the author uses her pictures to take the viewers to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, DC and explain t
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Martin Luther King Jr.
Range of 30 ELA activities perfect for any age: - Nonfiction Article About MLK Jr.'s Life (3 pages: Grade 6-12) - Nonfiction Article About MLK Jr.'s Life (1 page: Grade K-6) - Write MLK Jr.'s Biography Activity - MLK Jr. Timeline - MLK Jr. 5W Chart - Portrait of MLK (art activity) - Letter to MLK
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