With this resource, students learn about Martin Luther King, Jr. while practicing essential reading comprehension skills including main idea, context clues, vocabulary, and text features.
- MLK’s childhood
- Civil Rights Movement
- Rosa Parks
- “I Have a Dream” speech
- Remembering Martin
To complete this activity, students will:
- Read each page, using context clues to fill in the missing information
- Determine the main idea and choose the correct title for each chapter (cut and glue)
- Complete the table of contents by adding titles in the correct spot (cut and glue)
- Use the glossary to understand new vocabulary
Includes links to supplemental websites and videos.
What are Interactive Reading Comprehension Books?
These books provide a great way to integrate social studies or science into your reading instruction. Students will learn all about a specific topic while working with informational text, using text features, determining main idea, and gaining new vocabulary. These are hands-on, cut and glue activity books that can be used in centers, small group, or for independent work. High interest text keeps them engaged.