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SJV Fifth-Graders Produce Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Play

St. John Vianney fifth graders produced and enacted a play recapping salient moments in his life for kindergarteners.

By K. Adamson

In order to teach future generations about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., St. John Vianney fifth graders produced and enacted a play recapping salient moments in his life for kindergarteners.

The play presented significant historical events including Rosa Park’s courageous actions, a peace march protesting segregation, and poignant quotes from Dr. King’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech. As part of the project, the students were challenged to develop ideas for creating a more peaceful world.

 

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