Think sheet. Have the student fill this out when they have broken a classroom rule or hurt the feelings of another student, have the student reflect on their behavior and then fix the situation. I like this because it lets them think of alternatives rather than just apologizing and moving on. It also is a communication to the parents about behavior!!
Letter from Birmingham Jail Nonviolent Protest Activity
Letter from Birmingham Jail Nonviolent Protest Activity: What better way to really understand Martin Luther King, Jr.’s vision than for students to “walk in his shoes” and create their own protest demonstration on an issue they feel passionate about. #lessons
March for the Dream: A Martin Luther King, Jr. Math Lesson
March for the Dream: A Martin Luther King, Jr. Math Lesson. Students use a scaled drawing of the National Mall to determine its actual area. Appropriate for both middle and high school classes. Addresses four Common Core Standards.
Vocabulary Lesson for MLK's Letter from Birmingham Jail. This #lesson includes a variety of fun, effective activities developed to help students learn and retain the meanings of difficult vocabulary words in King's famous treatise on Civil Rights. #teachers