Have students create a timeline of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, movements from his initial involvement in the Civil Rights Movement to his assassination.
Civil Rights Hymns
Have students look up hymns of the Civil Rights Movement and present one to the class. They should be sure to know background of the hymn, the author, the time written, and any special circumstances that relate to the hymn.
Have students watch a taping of one of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, live speeches. They should discuss the difference between reading and watching of one of MLK's speeches.
A Funeral Re-lived
Students should watch the video of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, funeral. They should discuss the importance of the funeral's showing on national television and the reactions of those King touched.
King's Impact on Our World Today
Have students research the impact that MLK has on...
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