Black History Figurative Language, Opinion Writing and Picture Captions

Black History Figurative Language, Opinion Writing and Picture Captions
Black History Figurative Language, Opinion Writing and Picture Captions
Black History Figurative Language, Opinion Writing and Picture Captions
Black History Figurative Language, Opinion Writing and Picture Captions
Black History Figurative Language, Opinion Writing and Picture Captions
Black History Figurative Language, Opinion Writing and Picture Captions
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(5 Activities) Students will preview examples of figurative language (and alliteration) that could be used to describe aspects of Black History in informational forms of writing. They will create original examples of their own. They will write to explain the meaning of a quote from Sojourner Truth. They will respond to two opinion prompts, one regarding a hidden Black History Mural at UCLA, and the other about whether or not Martin Luther Kind would feel his "dream" had come true if he could see the world today.
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