Black History Month, Martin Luther King, Jr. “I Have a Dream,” Rhetoric Analysis

Danielle Knight
Grade Levels
5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool
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Black History Month, Martin Luther King, Jr., "I Have A Dream," Layered Flip Book

Each flap is ready for you to easily line up by using the directions on how to assemble the organizer. Includes:
★Multiple Choice Questions and answer key
★Literary Device Questions and answer key
★Writing Prompt
★Shirt Design Activity

Great to use as a pre-reading exercise to introduce civil rights, Black History Month, Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday in January, American Literature, Social Studies, the 1960's.

This activity can be accomplished in 2-3 class periods; follow-up activities would extend the activity.

Suggested for high school students grades 6-12, higher education History, Literature, home school grades 6-12, and adult education.

Easy! Can be done as a class discussion or in small groups, depending on your preference.

-recognize the cross-curricular excitement of the arts with social studies and literature.

If you like this flip book, check out Rosa Parks, "Mother of Civil Rights," Layered Flip Book

File has a clickable embedded links for the text of the speech and the audio of the speech. This product does not contain the actual text. You know your students best, and I recommend being familiar with the speech.

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Keywords:civil rights,1960's, MLK, King, Martin Luther King, Jr. arts, history, Freedom, American History, dream speech, march, African American, American, Abraham Lincoln, social studies, ELA, middle school ELA, high school ELA, secondary ELA
Total Pages
8 pages
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Teaching Duration
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