Lead an introspective study of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous “Street Sweeper” speech, “What is Your Life’s Blueprint?” with this digital eResource. This inspirational speech was delivered at Barratt Junior High School in Philadelphia on October 26, 1967, six months before King was assassinated. In it, King calls students to think about what they want from their lives, and how they can be their very best selves.
This digital resource is compatible with Google Drive and MS OneDrive and contains:
*Reflective journal prompts/discussion questions for before and after the speech
*Comprehension questions (and answer key) for a short study of the speech - practice CC-aligned close reading
*Instructions & Rubric for a mini-project --> students choose from four choices (Inspirational Poster, Mural, Timeline, Creative Journal Entry)
*Editable rubrics -- set your own weights!
Is your classroom not yet 1:1? That's okay! This makes a great technology center activity. This product also includes the original paper version in black and white for your convenience. If you would like to purchase only the paper version, you can do so here
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