Martin Luther King, Junior: Discrimination, Equality, Diversity

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Are you looking for a more comprehensive meaningful way to teach students about Martin Luther King, Jr.? This item combines reading, writing, social studies, and art.

This in-depth lesson forces students to think about very important and socially challenging issues.

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A suggested read aloud
An optional cover for student materials
Quotes for analysis, discussion, and debate
A short biography of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Comprehension questions written to a greater depth of knowledge
Key vocabulary including discrimination, core democratic values, constitutional beliefs, equality, diversity, and human potential
Terms defined within the guide allowing students to work more successfully and independently
A student chart for determining individual human potential
Assessment of potential
A writing/art page asking students to write a 6-word essay using the prompt "I have a dream..."

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Martin Luther King, Junior: Discrimination, Equality, Diversity
Martin Luther King, Junior: Discrimination, Equality, Diversity
Martin Luther King, Junior: Discrimination, Equality, Diversity
Martin Luther King, Junior: Discrimination, Equality, Diversity