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African-American Women: Mary Church Terrell, Speech from 1906 (Full-Text Cloze)

African-American Women: Mary Church Terrell, Speech from 1906 (Full-Text Cloze)
African-American Women: Mary Church Terrell, Speech from 1906 (Full-Text Cloze)
African-American Women: Mary Church Terrell, Speech from 1906 (Full-Text Cloze)
African-American Women: Mary Church Terrell, Speech from 1906 (Full-Text Cloze)
African-American Women: Mary Church Terrell, Speech from 1906 (Full-Text Cloze)
African-American Women: Mary Church Terrell, Speech from 1906 (Full-Text Cloze)
African-American Women: Mary Church Terrell, Speech from 1906 (Full-Text Cloze)
African-American Women: Mary Church Terrell, Speech from 1906 (Full-Text Cloze)
Product Description
7 cloze sheets interactively present the full text of Mary Church Terrell’s “What It Means to Be Colored in the Capital of the United States,” 1906 speech in its entirety.

The language/meaning focused, "bite-sized" sections of text allow students to work with closely with the content, giving careful attention to the language to find the correct cloze insert from the provided word bank. This approach increases student comprehension, retention, and vocabulary – and provides a strong foundation for discussion and research on this core cultural text.

Ready-to-print, ready-to-distribute, ready-to-mark with marking keys included.
Total Pages
15 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
2 days
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