Studying Martin Luther King Jr. as we lead up to Martin Luther King Jr day, or as part of Black History Month (February)? Have your students create a book about this important civil rights leader. What a great way to incorporate writing into your Social Studies plans.
You can use mentor texts, video clips, and other resources to teach about Martin Luther King Jr. while incorporating this booklet to help organize new information, ideas, and more!
This PDF file includes:
*Cover page for the student book
*Table of Contents (blank so that you can choose what pages to incorporate)
*3 graphic organizer pages (KWL, Venn diagram, detail map)
*4 different writing prompts (see full list below)
*Vocabulary support pages (freedom, equality, justice, peace)
*1 blank book page so you can personalize and differentiate your Martin Luther King Jr. book
This book contains pages with the following writing prompts:
*Comparing Myself to MLK
*Who Was MLK?
*What Did MLK Want?
*I Have a Dream...
Key words: black history, Martin Luther King Jr., equality, justice, freedom, peace, civil rights, writing, Social Studies