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Martin Luther King I Have a Dream Mapping Analogy: Figurative Language

Martin Luther King I Have a Dream  Mapping Analogy: Figurative Language
Martin Luther King I Have a Dream  Mapping Analogy: Figurative Language
Martin Luther King I Have a Dream  Mapping Analogy: Figurative Language
Martin Luther King I Have a Dream  Mapping Analogy: Figurative Language
Martin Luther King I Have a Dream  Mapping Analogy: Figurative Language
Martin Luther King I Have a Dream  Mapping Analogy: Figurative Language
Martin Luther King I Have a Dream  Mapping Analogy: Figurative Language
Martin Luther King I Have a Dream  Mapping Analogy: Figurative Language
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Great lesson to use with for Black History Month. COMMON CORE ALIGNED: Complete lesson plan guiding students on how to identify, map, and analyze analogies.

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ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
1. What is an analogy?
2. What are the uses for analogy?
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES (All Students Will Be Able To):
1. Identify the variables that make up an analogy
2. Identify the implicit relationship within an analogy
3. Map out and analyze simple and sophisticated analogies
DIRECT INSTRUCTION AND CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:
 DEFINITION AND STRUCTURE OF ANALOGY (PPT AND VIDEO)
 ANALOGY TYPES/RELATIONSHIPS (PPT AND VIDEO)
 Students complete analogies and identify relationship
 Teacher reviews answers checks for understanding
 BUILDING BLOCKS FOR ANALOGIES (PPT AND VIDEO)
 Students complete analogies mapping exercise
 Teacher reviews answers checks for understanding
 USES FOR ANALOGIES (PPT LECTURE)
 STUDENTS COMPLETE MLK’s ANALOGY EXERCISES
 Students can work alone or on groups of 2-3
 Students draw a physical representation of what MLK describes in his analogy
 Students use graphic organizers to map out MLK’s analogy
 Students write a response paragraph identifying the relationship and purpose of MLK’s analogy.
 Teacher facilitates discussion analyzing student’s work
FORMATIVE ASSESMENT:
1. In discussions with class as students share their group-work with class.
2. Completed worksheet analyzing MLK’s analogy

Included:
1. TEACHER GUIDE
2. PPT LECTURE (16 slides)
3. STUDENT HANDOUTS/NOTES/WORKSHEETS (5 pages)
4. ANSWER SHEET FOR ACTIVITIES (2 pages)
5. INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS (3 different videos)
Total Pages
16 slides 5 pages 3 videos
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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