Reflection: Student Communication Dr Martin Luther King Jr Life Lessons - Section 3: Closure


The great wisdom and life lessons are clearly evident in Dr. King's famous quotes.  I taught this lesson because I want my students to develop their critical thinking skills by thinking about and discussing some of Dr. King's great quotes.  I want them to see the timelessness of these quotes and how they are still relevant today. 

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Dr Martin Luther King Jr Life Lessons

Unit 2: Civil Rights as a Global Issue
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: SWBAT examine quotes of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in order to learn life lessons.

Big Idea: Students will learn life lessons as they examine quotes by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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