REAL-WORLD PROJECT that you can begin in the classroom and then let the students themselves apply outside of the classroom! This service project was created in honor of Dr. King’s “Six Steps of Nonviolent Social Change” published in 1963 in “Letter from Birmingham Jail.”
**Works great for individual, partner, and group activities!
**Engages students by encouraging creativity and leadership through service!
**Perfect opportunity for exciting student presentations!
**Lends itself to unlimited, purposeful student discussion!
-Note-taking classroom activity (Print and use Page 4 for a blank note page that students can fill out through class discussion OR print and use Page 12 for a completed note page that's ready to hand out!)
-Open-ended response and reflection questions
-Motivational quotes from Dr. King and Coretta Scott King included throughout
-Engaging graphic organizers (Tree map, Bubble map, KWHL chart, Venn diagram, Flow map, & more!)
-Critical thinking exercises (Classify & describe, Research & inform, Plan & execute, Cause & effect, Evaluate & persuade, and more!)
**COMPLETED TEACHER MODEL INCLUDED!
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