Adapted Lesson: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. | Pictures and Narration | Cards

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Adapted Lesson: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. | Pictures and Narration | Cards Students watch "PBS LEARNING MEDIA | Martin Luther King Jr. Day | (, a short video about Martin Luther King, Jr. and read or look at related adapted texts from the Tar Hill reader or the Sherlock Center Resource Library. This lesson is a narrated digital story about important facts about Dr. King's life. HOW TO PLAY Students tap cards and listen to the corresponding narration, one by one, from left to right, with or without assistance from an adult as needed. After going over the story, ask students questions about the story and have them respond by tapping on the picture they think best answers the question. CURRICULUM STANDARDS Common Core- Literacy Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas CCRA SL.5 Make strategic use of digital media and visual displays of data to express information and enhance understanding of presentations. RESOURCES Tar Hill Reader Resources (Adapted books) Martin Luther King, Jr. Sherlock Center Resource Library: Adapted book: "I Have a Dream" NEA Resources for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day


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