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6th Grade Martin Luther King Research   Tags: 6th grade language arts, social studies  

Last Updated: Nov 11, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Videos and Audio Clips

Martin Luther King Jr. I Have a Dream on August 28, 1963 Speech

American's Greatest Monumnet: The MLK,Jr Monument (Smithsonian Channel)

Rosa Park Interview About Her Arrest from 50th Anniversary of the March - Listen to the audio clip.


    Biography Resources

    Gale Cengage Databases: Select the Gale Biography in Context database and search for Martin Luther King, Jr.
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    Encyclopedia Britannica Online School Edition: Choose between three different levels of encyclopedias.

    World Book:  A general encyclopedia source with many articles to help you with your research. World Book also includes a Spanish-language encyclopedia.

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    Grolier Online: Use a variety of general and subject encyclopedias, including Encyclopedia Americana, New Book of Knowledge, New Book of Popular Science, and Lands and Peoples. This source even includes a Spanish-language encyclopedia, Nueva Enciclopedia Cumbre en Linea.

      Monument Resources

      Martin Luther King;s Legacy Today from the King Center - This is a great article about the monument.

      American's Greatest Monumnet: The MLK,Jr Monument (Smithsonian Channel)

      Martin Luther King, Jr. Monument Dedication from PBS


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