Help students understand the impact of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on civil rights as well as society
This month, as we celebrate the achievements of Dr. King, we’re offering educators a new way to share his life and legacy. This podcast bundle is also a great addition to your February Black History Month lessons.
FREE PODCAST BUNDLE
Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
This Walking Classroom podcast looks at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his impact on the civil rights movement during the 1960s. Dr. King was a powerful and influential leader known as a believer in nonviolent protests. Many changes occurred as a result of Dr. King’s efforts, and his impact on society was felt long after his death.
Don’t forget, all Walking Classroom podcasts also include a health message to build health literacy and a character value to support social and emotional learning. Enjoy!
Health Message: Learning new things increases brain power
Character Value: Courage
When you access this podcast bundle, you’ll get:
- The podcast lesson plan
- The podcast quiz
- The unit slide deck
- Related videos
- A hands-on activity
- A virtual field trip
- A printable worksheet
- An online activity
- A multi-day activity
And, access to more free podcasts!