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Practice with Argument— James Baldwin I Am Not Your Negro
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 videos, interviews
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What to the Slave is the Fourth of July? Summary Multimedia Project (Douglass)
This activity uses the frequently anthologized abridged version of the speech. Students will create a summary of the speech. They will put their summary into multimedia project, dividing the speech’s main points and including appropriate images that illustrate the concepts of the speech and its poin

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Martin Luther King Activities Paired Prompt, Black History
Need a NO PREP lesson for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day or for teaching argumentative writing with exemplars? In this 100% editable lesson, students will recognize how authors share their opinions through their words, examples, figurative language, use of counterclaims, and rhetorical devices set wit
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What to the Slave is the Fourth of July? Reading Activities (Douglass)
Activities for use with the frequently anthologized abridged text of “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July” by Frederick Douglass. Reading questions have recall and inference questions in order of text, plus answer key. Critical thinking questions have students support their position in a short w

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Nikole Hannah-Jones and School Integration: Practice with Synthesis
This lesson encourages students to analyze an author’s choices regarding argument and other rhetorical choices. The students will analyze clips and multimedia related to school integration. Students will show mastery of the standards at the end of the lesson through a SOAPSTONE Analysis, short parag
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