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King Science Library: KSTM Library

King Science & Technology Magnet Library

Contact Information

Nicole Crawford
Teacher Librarian

nicole.crawford@ops.org

King Science Library
(531) 299-9057

 

West Holt Public Schools - West Holt Elementary

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Martin Luther King Jr. Choice Board

Choice Board Activities:

1. This is a poster used by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference with a Martin Luther King Jr. quote.

  • Find 3 more Martin Luther King Jr. quotes in the resource links provided.
  • Create a poster for each quote in Canva or Adobe Draw.
  • At the bottom of each poster explain why you chose the quote.

poster citation: Southern Christian Leadership Conference, America. “Poster for SCLC Reading ‘Injustice Anywhere...a Threat to Justice Everywhere,’” National Museum of African American History and Culture via Smithsonian,www.si.edu/object/poster-sclc-reading-injustice-anywherea-threat-justice-everywhere:nmaahc_2010.41.4. Accessed 5 Jan. 2021.

 

2. Choose a word that you think represents Martin Luther King Jr. based on the information you read or heard.

Create a collage representing that word using the Pic Collage app or with magazine clippings.

 

3. Record a one minute video in Clips or Flipgrid or write 2-3 paragraphs answering these questions:

  • Is it possible for you to forgive a person who hates you or has caused you harm? Why?
  • Is it possible for you to love a person or group of people who have caused harm to others? Why?
  • What does it take to end a cycle of hate?

(questions from Activity Two: “Love” | The Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute (stanford.edu))

 

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