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Martin Luther King, Jr. Close Reading contains nine informational texts for your students to read to learn about Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement. Following each text are series of activities that your students can complete in class or as homework, including classroom discussions, interactive activities, and worksheets with thought-provoking questions that will get your students thinking about civil rights and what it means to have and protect them.
Slavery in the Southern United States The Civil Rights Movement Rosa Parks: First Lady of Civil Rights Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Early Years The Peaceful Protests I Have a Dream After the Speech Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Legacy President Barack Obama
Close Reading is a central focus of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Students learn to immerse themselves in the text, think about what the author is saying, and pick out important details in the text in a methodical way.
I really appreciate your purchase, and I hope your students enjoy reading the informational texts and learning about Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement in the United States.
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Who is it for?
4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds)
8th Graders (13 to 14-year-olds)
7th Graders (12 to 13-year-olds)
6th Graders (11 to 12-year-olds)
5th Graders (10 to 11-year-olds)
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About the Seller
I homeschooled my own children for seven years which was one of the most rewarding things I have done. I also taught at both the elementary and high school levels. I also taught English as a Second Language for several years at schools in France, Hungary, and Slovakia.
I like to engage students and find creative ways for students to have fun while they are learning. I definitely encourage students to use their creativity and dare to be wrong and try new things in their pursuit of knowledge.