Martin Luther King, Jr.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Martin Luther King, Jr. an American Baptist minister changed history through his non-violent approach to tackling race issues in America. He was a key player in the Civil Rights Movement and his campaigns improved the lives of Black citizens of America and the world. His famous “I have a dream” speech still continues to inspire today.
Explore issues of Non-Violent protests through key players in the Civil Rights Movement with this resource for prompting class debate.
This presentation and worksheets explore how Martin Luther King, Jr. was compared to Jesus and how the Christian faith influenced his actions.
Focus on Martin Luther King Jr.’s childhood with a role play, poetry and debating lesson.
Explore the leadership qualities of these two influential men with a Taboo task to finish.
Here is a clear and simple workbook to introduce Martin Luther King, Jr. to KS1 pupils.
Introduce issues of racism and get students to exercise empathy for those experiencing inequality.
A full scheme of work on the history of the American Civil Rights movement from TES Partner, Hwb Welsh Government.
An essay writing frame and assessment criteria for independent writing about these two figures of the Civil Rights movement.
Use this photo based assembly to introduce the life and message of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Teach Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous speech with activities to explore his themes.
This fun word puzzle will test pupils’ knowledge of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement.
Inspire students to write their own heartfelt emotional speeches with these lesson activities and worksheets using Martin Luther King, Jr.’s speech as a starting point for persuasive writing.
Try this fun and quick starter activity on Martin Luther King, Jr.
Explore how Martin Luther King came to be involved with the Civil Rights Movement and explore his “I have a dream” speech with these literacy lessons.
Practise non-fiction writing with this resource pack on the Civil Rights leader.
Explore historical sources to discuss why Martin Luther King was murdered in this KS3 history lesson.
From Martin Luther King to Mother Theresa, discover prolific, charitable Christians with this PowerPoint.
Try these screening sessions to explore black history in class or as part of an after-school club.
Introduce pupils to the civil rights movement and wrap up by designing anti-racism posters.