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Last month’s freebie was so popular, we’re extending it into February:
Free Martin Luther King Day Lesson Plans
Two lesson plans to prepare for Martin Luther King Day in January: 1) Students research events leading up to Dr. Martin Luther King’s impact on American history and share them with an Event Chain organized visually, including pictures and thought bubbles. 2) Students interpret the words of Dr. Martin Luther King in their own words in a visual organizer. Great project that gets students thinking about the impact of words on history.
Designed for grades 4-7, it’s aligned with Common Core and ISTE Standards.
What’s included in each lesson plan:
- Brief summary of the project
- Essential question
- Big idea
- Common Core and ISTE alignment
- Materials required
- Teacher prep required
- Step-by-step instructions
- Extensions to dig deeper into the subject
- Assessment strategies
- Sample grading rubric
- Sample project
Free PDF download (available only until Feb 28, 2021):
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