26 pages of Lesson Plans, Activities, Rubrics and Keys created by 21year veteran language arts teacher with ESE and ESL certification.
These activities include:
- Quote page from Dr. King's speech
- Student Writing Reflection before reading
- Vocabulary notes and activity which includes information about the Emancipation Proclamation
- Dr. King's speech from the March on Washington in 1963 otherwise known as "I have a dream..." in its entirety with each paragraph numbered for ease of use and room to write notes.
- Notes on Persuasive Techniques Ethos, Pathos, Logos (what they are with examples) - with key, guided notes, and full notes
- Graphic Organizer for Analyzing Speech for Persuasive Techniques
- Student expository writing which analyzes the persuasive techniques used in the speech
- Figurative Language Analysis Graphic Organizer with key
- Allusions Organizer with key and reference sheets for students to use independently
- Student expository writing about the use of language in "I have a dream..."
- Rubric for grading student writing
- Advantages and disadvantages of audiovisual version of speech
- Student writing reflection of what they learned from this mini-unit