Martin Luther King Jr. (Activities for speech therapy)
"If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward." (MLK)
Learning about Martin Luther King Jr. around his birthday or during Black History month? This unit is perfect for all students grades K-5th and is leveled to meet their needs:
PreK- early language learners
Level 1: Kindergarten--1st grade language skills
Level 2: 2nd--3rd grade language skills
Level 3: 4th-5th grade language skills
Social language: Students working with social language goals
Articulation: Common articulation sounds
★ Incorporate social studies and non-fiction into speech therapy with this incredible unit
★ Targets CCSS goals of comprehension (SL2), speaking clearly (SL5,6), vocabulary (L4), and retelling (RL2).
★ Reading passages and vocabulary at three language levels to differentiate for K-5th grade
★ Visuals to help students who struggle with text
★ Photographs to elaborate on discussion and provide additional resources
★ Includes language, articulation, and social skills activities to be used for your entire caseload!
Feedback about the bundle:
❤️ "I'm using this awesome packet with all of my students. I appreciate the vocabulary and articulation targets you've provided. It is such a fun, interesting way for them to learn about diversity. Thanks for the addition of MLK, Jr -- I'm already excited to have new content to use next year. I appreciate all of the hard work you put into this unit!"
❤️ "You saved my planning for February. I loved the vocabulary and articulation targets using Tiered vocabulary with older students. Thank you for a great comprehensive package."
❤️ "This is a fantastic packet, plain and simple. The different levels make it so that you can use the packet with a variety of groups and I love that it works on all areas of language. The non-fiction texts are engaging and the kids have really been learning a lot. I hope there will be more just like it!"
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Hi! I'm Cheri, SLP and doctoral student. I'm an Ivy League graduate and creator of one of the first and longest-running speech therapy blogs in the world, Super Power Speech. Since graduating with my master's degree in 2000, I have worked in schools, clinics, hospitals, and private practice. I am a national presenter and have taught students around the world in my online courses. In my free time, you can find me playing soccer with my two teens or reading three books at the same time (in front of the fire, while crocheting).
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