Dr. Martin Luther King’s Impact on the Civil Rights Movement
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This is part of a larger unit: “The U.S. Civil Rights Movement.” Students will demonstrate their understanding of the contributions of Dr. King’s speech to the following essential questions in their collaborative presentation:
How did Dr. King influence the U.S. Civil Rights Movement?
How are Dr. King’s speeches relevant today?
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Interactive timelines are a great way to engage students in their learning. Students can access pre-constructed timelines such as World History Maps: The World or can create their own through Google and Microsoft products using shared collaborative documents with their peers.