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Martin Luther King Common Core Unit Plan: Reading & Writing Strategies
This thematic unit is based on Martin Luther King, Jr. The unit plan has multiple different activities designed to help students practice close reading of a text, find and support central ideas within a text, learn how and then use accountable talk strategies, vocabulary building work, analysis o
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Messages of Hope and Justice: Literary Analysis Unit- Martin Luther King Jr.
Messages of Hope and Justice 5-6 Day Unit for MLK Day, Black History Month, or any time when discussion Social Justice. Includes Lesson Outline Vocabulary and Figurative Language Handouts Close Reading Fiction and Non-Fiction Keys Poem Excerpt "Martin Luther King Jr" by Gwendolyn Brooks Excerpts f
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Martin Luther King, Jr. "I Have A Dream" Reading & Writing Activity
This Martin Luther King, Jr. Unit & Activities for Middle School students is a great way to honor and remember Martin Luther King, Jr. by studying one of his most famous speeches - "I Have A Dream." With these activities students delve further into the content and practice critical thinking skil

Also included in: January Reading and Writing Resources Bundle {New Year's & MLK, Jr.}

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Martin Luther King Jr. PowerPoint: Ethos, Pathos, Logos
30 Slides! Newly updated and revised! Can be used as a part of any unit involving rhetoric, speech and persuasion, or can be used as a stand alone activity to go through MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech. Students will look at elements of persuasion, including ethos, pathos, and logos; students will
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Martin Luther King: "Glory" from "Selma" and "I Have a Dream" Analysis
RL5.7 requires students to analyze how visual and multimedia elements contribute to the meaning, tone, or beauty of a text. In this small unit, which can be taught in one to two weeks, students will experience scaffolding, as a teacher model explains tone, meaning and beauty, comparing text alone, t
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CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
A set of worksheets on the CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT that can be used in a BLACK HISTORY chapter (check out part 1 of the chapter: slavery/segregation https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Black-History-slavery-and-segregation-3044475) Most worksheets come in color, black and white and simplified
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"I Have a Dream, Too!" MLK, Jr. Lesson Plan
This lesson is part of a unit on the civil rights movement in America. It focuses on Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech and the impact of his speech on both the civil rights movement and our society today. Students will listen to and discuss Dr. King's famous speech and have the opport
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Discovering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
This lesson discusses the events in Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and intertwines ideas of fairness, equality, and the importance of freedom. It includes a link to an original PowerPoint presentation which facilitates the lesson and contains primary sources obtained from the Library of Congress. S
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Martin's Big Words
Looking for an accompanying activity for the text, Martin's Big Words, by Doreen Rappaport? Check out this freebie that is an introduction to my comprehensive literacy and ELD unit that has students compare and contrast different versions of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I have a Dream" speech. The fu
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