Look at another perspective - Martin Luther King growing up, as told by his sister. This book gives a different look at how both Martin's family and the times in which he lived shaped his future. This journal also includes graphic organizers, constructed response writing, vocabulary, "Step into His Shoes" diary pages, and much more!
- Fiction vs. nonfiction
- What do you know about...
During Reading Activities:
-11 specific comprehension questions
- Sketch important life events.
After Reading Activities:
- Personal Traits analysis
- Compare and contrast
- Cause and effect
- Friendly letter writing - letter to Christine
- Reader's response writing prompt - text to self - 4 writing prompts: Write About It, Think about it, Go Deeper (close reading format)
- Book rating pages
- Author's purpose
- Vocabulary cards
- Biographical data - Summing it up - thoughts about what was read
- Important Noun search
-Sketch favorite part.
-Web graphic organizer - facts about person
-Graphic organizer, informational paragraph
-Writing page - informational paragraph
-Beginning, Middle, End graphic organizer
-Story Retelling graphic organizer
-"Step Into Their Shoes" - diary pages from young Martin's point of view
-Main idea graphic organizer
Can be used in whole, small and individual settings. Can be used as individual pages or as a packet.