6-LESSON UNIT FOR DREAMLINE AND MLK DAY
Sequence of resources, activities, and materials for introduction to King, & The Dreamline Program, and creating Dreamline Banners.
Developed for Grade 2 and adaptable for grades 1-4. Contributed by Shannon Kline, Dallas, TX.
UNIT SEQUENCE FOR ART DREAMLINE PROGRAM IN ART CLASS
Google slides wit visual materials, student prompts and sequence for introduction of program, reflections on selected Banners, proof of concept for student Banner, Banner creation, and reflection exercise.
Developed for grades 10-12 and adaptable for grades 7-9.
English and Spanish. Contributed by Joy Waldinger, Philadelphia, PA
3-SESSION LESSON SEQUENCE FOR MIDDLE AND UPPER ELEMENTARY
This is a sequence designed for 3 40-minute sessions for students age 9-14 but can be adapted for other ages. Its focus is on empathy building, imagining, and connection to others. Any of the sessions could be expanded. Use current year LESSONS password to access.
DREAMLINE WITH LARGE GROUPS
This is an outline of the process used by Ferry Pass Middle School in Pennsacola, Florida to create 700-1,000 Banners on an annual basis. It explains their process and how they manage materials. Summarized from Contribution from Deborah Richmond. Use current year LESSONS password to access.
DREAMLINE BANNER DIRECTION & BANNER BITS (English and Spanish)
Basic directions on 3 suggested components of Dreamline Banners: values, dreams, hashtags. Examples of value lists from 2nd graders in Philadelphia and 9th graders in Haiti. Simple prompt for writing a dream. List of Hashtags for UN Global Goals.