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MLK "I’ve Been to the Mountaintop" Common Core Rhetorical Analysis w/Annotations
This resource includes the annotated text of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous " I’ve Been to the Mountaintop" speech given to an audience of sanitation workers in Memphis, TN before he was assassinated. Using the comment feature in Microsoft Word, this resource includes critical commentary and a
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Nonfiction Close Reading - Power of Martin Luther King's I Have a Dream Speech
Nonfiction Close Reading - The Lasting Power of Dr. Martin Luther King's I Have a Dream Speech In celebration of Martin Luther King Day or Black History Month this winter, engage students with this nonfiction close reading focused on a New York Times article titled "“The Lasting Power of Dr. King’s

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President Obama’s First and Second Inaugural Addresses – Rhetorical Analysis
This resource includes the annotated texts and marginal notes for the First Inaugural Address by President Barack Obama on January 20, 2009, and the Second Inaugural Address by President Barack Obama on January 21, 2013. The included zipped folder also includes copies of the speeches without annota
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Pres. Obama’s 2015 State of the Union Speech - Common Core Rhetorical Analysis
This resource includes the Common Core annotated text and marginal notes for President Barack Obama’s 2015 State of the Union Address delivered on January 20, 2015. This resource includes 103 marginal notes aligned to Common Core standards and elements. Reading and annotating informational texts is
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I Am Not Your Negro by James Baldwin: Practice with Argument
Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary in 2017, director Raoul Peck credits the late James Baldwin’s words, narrated by Samuel Jackson, as the screenwriter of his film. The power of Baldwin’s words still resonates in 21st Century America. There are several links to Youtube videos, inte
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President Obama’s 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington Annotated Speech
This resource includes the annotated text and marginal notes for President Barack Obama’s 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington (I Have A Dream Speech) on August 28, 2013. The included zipped folder also includes a copy of the speech without annotations and marginal notes so that you can repro
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Hidden Figures Movie  Powerpoint
This PowerPoint serves as an introduction to the three leading women in the film, and it also provides information about NASA that will make the movie relevant to 2018. I also provided background information about topics that came up in the movie such as Brown Vs. Board of Education that I felt my s
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MLK "I Have A Dream" Common Core Annotated Text w/Marginal Notes
This resource includes the annotated text of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous "I Have a Dream Speech" given at the March on Washington. Using the comment feature in Microsoft Word, this resource includes critical commentary and analysis of the figurative and connotative meanings, rhetorical devi
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MLK and Obama's March on Washington Speeches - Rhetorical Analysis w/Annotations
This resource includes the annotated texts of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous "I Have a Dream Speech" given at the March on Washington and President Obama's speech given at the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington given in 2013. The included zipped folder also includes an unmarked c
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President Nixon’s “Peace with Honor” Vietnam War Address Rhetorical Analysis
This resource includes the annotated text and marginal notes for President Richard Nixon’s “Peace with Honor” broadcast that signaled the end of the Vietnam War. The rhetorical analysis includes 20 marginal comments with Common Core State Standards alignment. Reading and annotating informational te
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President Obama’s Arizona Memorial Speech Rhetorical Analysis w/Marginal Notes
This resource includes the annotated text and marginal notes for President Barack Obama’s Arizona Memorial Speech delivered on January 12, 2011 for the 13 victims who were wounded and 6 victims who were killed during the shooting at a rally for Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. Reading and annotati
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Frederick Douglass, Narrative, Reading Practice, Primary Source
Students read the first-hand account of how 16-year-old Frederick Douglass bested a slave-breaker and how he escaped from slavery by disguising himself as a sailor. This handout provides students with space for practicing annotations and note-taking. Excellent practice for Common Core State Standard
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Frederick Douglass: What the Black Man Wants/Untie His Hands Test or Review
Teachers will give a yes "vote" if they "elect" to use this test/worksheet to review Frederick Douglass' profound speech! Here is the ideal assessment to check for comprehension. It's a perfect tool that contains 12 questions that allows students to explore content as well as persuasive techniques.
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Frederick Douglass: From Slavery (Autobiography) to Speaker (Untie My Hands)
Walk in the footsteps of one of America's great abolitionists through these review worksheets/assessments. Students will have the chance to examine Frederick Douglass' profound autobiography and his speech about suffrage. Questions check for comprehension as well as explore the ideals of this great
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Frederick Douglass Quotation Analysis: Worksheet, Homework, or Class Discussion
You can "quote" me on this. This Frederick Douglass worksheet will help students to analyze and understand the attitudes, feelings, and objectives of this famous African-American abolitionist. Twelve profound statements will provide a clear view on what this popular writer and statesman felt about
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Black History Month: Martin Luther King Jr. Day "I Have a Dream" Engaging Lesson
This product includes a full day's engaging lesson honoring MLK Jr. that is perfect for any English class. Check out the product preview for visuals of the lesson!This resource includes:•Engaging journal prompt with video of "I Have A Dream" speech•Intro activity using ethos, logos, and pathos with
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