RL5.7 requires students to analyze how visual and multimedia elements contribute to the meaning, tone, or beauty of a text. In this small unit, which can be taught in one to two weeks, students will experience scaffolding, as a teacher model explains tone, meaning and beauty, comparing text alone, to text with visuals. Following a teacher model, students will read an article, understanding and summarizing the basic occurrences of MLKJ's march to Montgomery from Selma to protest the right to vote. Following this, students will analyze first just the text, and then the audio versions of the text in the song, "Glory," from the movie Selma, as well as with MLKJ's I have a Dream Speech. This lesson plan includes several graphic organizers and will completely cover RL5.7.