Give your elementary students an opportunity to understand terms and phrases related to Martin Luther King, Jr. --whether you teach them or they embark on a digital or media exploration on their own, they will be researching familiar and unfamiliar terms related to an important American leader. This A-Z book is a great contextualized way to teach the Common Core reading and language standards of unknown words and phrases as well as concrete and abstract nouns, and especially the research piece in the reading standards. For each page, there is space to create a picture and student friendly definition for each letter of the alphabet. Finished books are 8 1/2 x 5 1/2, and require not cutting for assembly, just folding and stapling (directions included). Use whole class, small group, cooperative group, in a center, as homework or extra credit...it's up to you! The differentiated possibilities are endless!
Words in the Martin Luther King, Jr. A-Z Book are: Atlanta, GA, boycott, civil, dream, equal rights, freedom, government, help, injustice, judged, King, Letter from Birmingham Jail, Morehouse College, Nobel Peace Price, overcome, prejudice, quote, Rosa Parks, segregation, Tennessee, USA, vote, Washington, DC, example, Yolanda King, zero tolerance + one blank page and links to suggested texts, including his famous "I Have a Dream" speech on YouTube.
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