Two-Part Lesson Martin Luther King Jr. (Pacifist or Revolutionary?)

Two-Part Lesson Martin Luther King Jr. (Pacifist or Revolutionary?)
Two-Part Lesson Martin Luther King Jr. (Pacifist or Revolutionary?)
Two-Part Lesson Martin Luther King Jr. (Pacifist or Revolutionary?)
Two-Part Lesson Martin Luther King Jr. (Pacifist or Revolutionary?)
Two-Part Lesson Martin Luther King Jr. (Pacifist or Revolutionary?)
Two-Part Lesson Martin Luther King Jr. (Pacifist or Revolutionary?)
Two-Part Lesson Martin Luther King Jr. (Pacifist or Revolutionary?)
Two-Part Lesson Martin Luther King Jr. (Pacifist or Revolutionary?)
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This resource serves to begin breaking the cycle of false, incomplete and inaccurate narratives about historical figures such as Martin Luther King Jr.. It includes a two-part lesson plan where students examine and compare two speeches, “I Have a Dream” and “The Three Evils of Society”. Activities included such as the Do Now, Group Questions, Note-taking handouts, Speech handouts, Venn Diagram help students REFLECT on, EXPLORE, and DISCUSS historical and present issues as well as how Martin Luther King Jr.’s politics evolved.

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✓ Lesson overview containing Common Core Standards, Teaching Tolerance Social Justice Standards, Objectives, Materials, Focus Questions, and activity overview...
✓ Do Now handout
✓ Literacy Moment sheet containing vocabulary words and definitions for power, race, racism, segregation, oppression, etc..
✓ Group questions
✓ 2 Note Taking handouts for "I Have Dream" and "The Three Evils of Society" Speeches
✓ "I Have a Dream" speech and "The Three Evils of Society" with questions handout
"The Three Evils of Society"
✓ Venn diagram activity to compare both speeches
✓ Extension "Take Action" activities (debate outline; autobiography planner and activity)

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Determine the central ideas or information of a primary or secondary source; provide an accurate summary of the source distinct from prior knowledge or opinions.
Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources.
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