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Great Speeches - Martin Luther King Jr - The March on Washington

Martin Luther King Jr - The March on Washington


 
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Resource Type: Literacy Resource Subject: NonFiction, English, History
School Level: Upper Primary, Middle Years
Reading Level: 33 Reading Age: 1011+yrs
Broadband: K Word Count: 2000-4000
Lexile: 1100L

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Availability: Usually Ships 3-6 Business Days for Australian Orders
Product Code: 9781741649987

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Martin Luther King Jr campaigned, marched, protested, preached and was arrested for what he believed in. In the heat of August 1963, he spoke to a crowd of a quarter of a million people. What he had to say speaks across generations and nations to those who seek justice and freedom.

About the series:
Blake's new series of significant speeches are valuable tools for teaching History and English in upper primary/early high-school classes. Each book includes the full text of one or more speeches, plus numerous photographs, in an engaging, colourful format. Students benefit from a text introduction that puts the speech in its historical context and highlights key features of the address.

Hear from prime ministers, presidents, activists and soldiers. History has already judged their words and deeds as significant - Great Speeches will help your students understand why.


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