January January 5 Dr. Benjamin Spock; William Sloan Coffin the chaplain of Yale University; novelist Mitchell Goodman; Michael Ferber, a graduate student at Harvard; and Marcus Raskin a peace activist are indicted on charges of conspiracy to encourage violations of the draft laws by a grand jury in Boston. The charges are the result of actions taken at a protest rally the previous October at the Lincoln Memorial. The four will be convicted and Raskin acquitted on June 14th.
The Civil Rights Movement: Martin Luther King Jr. These units were developed to enable students to understand, summarize, and evaluate original source materials of historical significance.
Through a step-by-step process, students will acquire the skills to analyze, assess, and develop knowledgeable and well-reasoned viewpoints on primary source materials.
Over the course of three lessons the students will compare and contrast the different philosophies and methods espoused by the civil right leaders Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Comparisons will be drawn between two of the speeches that were delivered by these men in which they considered the issue of violent protest vs.
Students will use textual analysis to draw their conclusions and present arguments as directed in each lesson.
An argumentative persuasive essay, which requires the students to defend their opinions using textual evidence, will be used to determine student understanding.
Unit Objectives Students will be able to close read informational texts and identify their important phrases and key terms in historical texts explain and summarize the meaning of these texts on both literal and inferential levels analyze, assess, and compare the meaning of two primary source documents develop a viewpoint and write an evaluative persuasive essay supported by evidence from two speeches Number of Class Periods Three class periods, each period fifty to sixty minutes in duration.
Determine the central ideas or information of a primary or secondary source; provide an accurate summary that makes clear the relationships among the key details and ideas. Compare and contrast treatments of the same topic in several primary and secondary sources. Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence.
Lesson 1 Overview The students will read excerpts from a speech delivered by Dr. The Only Road to Freedom," and use a document analysis worksheet to facilitate a close reading of the text and track their understanding on both literal and inferential levels.
Student understanding of the text will be determined through classroom discussion and worksheets completed by the students. King promoted resisting racial discrimination through such actions as lunch-counter sit-ins, bus boycotts, and peaceful marches and demonstrations.
His objective was to let those who were the violent oppressors show themselves and the world how morally and legally corrupt is the practice of racial injustice. At the time that he delivered this speech insome people in the civil rights movement were promoting the use of violence as a means to racial equality, but Dr.
King believed that violence would give the opposition something to use to rally support against the civil rights movement. The Only Road to Freedom": Procedure You may choose to have the students complete the activities of this lesson individually, as partners or in small groups of no more than 3 or 4 students.
Distribute the excerpts from Dr. The Only Road to Freedom" speech and the document analysis organizer to each student.
Discuss the information in the Historical Background, as needed, but do not give too much away. The students should discover the meaning of text as they read. Read the speech aloud to the students. It is important for the students to experience the language and nuances of the text as the author meant them to be heard.
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Original program for Martin Luther King Jr.’s visit to Oslo (pdf 55 kB) Kindly provided by the Norwegian Nobel Institute. To cite this section MLA style: Martin Luther King Jr. – Nobel Lecture. “I Have a Dream” by Martin Luther King Jr. is one of the most memorable speeches of all time.
It is worthy of lengthy study as we can all learn speechwriting skills from King’s historic masterpiece. This article is the latest in a series of video speech critiques which help you analyze and.
Martin Luther King Jr. King was born Michael Luther King in Atlanta, Georgia on January 15, He was one of the three children of Martin Luther King Sr., pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church, and Alberta (Williams) King, a former schoolteacher.
Historic Figure: Martin Luther King, Jr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is a legend whose life, ideas and actions had great influence in the civil rights movement and liberation of the oppressed in the US and the world. This timeline focuses on some major events of When necessary or indicated, contextual background material, or certain subsequent events will be referenced in the text.