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Looking for a unique way to teach about the work of Dr. King? Read about it through the eyes of his son, Emmett.
This can be used as a close reading activity, social studies lesson, or literacy center. Full of differentiation possibilities- pick and choose the pages that will work for you!
In this biographical fiction diary, students will examine the famous "I Have a Dream" speech and learn about King's goal for nonviolence. Join Emmett as he grows up and learns what his father really meant when he said "I want my children to be judged by the content of their character."
Activity pages within the diary include:
Somebody Wanted But So Then
Draw and the March on Washington
Comprehension and Inferencing
Cloze Passage- I Have a Dream
Mini-Research and Writing Prompts
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Check out my other diaries!
Diary of a WitchDiary of a SuperkidDiary of a PilgrimDiary of an Elf Diary of a Birthday Kid Diary of the Gingerbread Man
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