'Ain't I a woman?' by Sojourner Truth and 'I have a dream' by Martin Luther King.

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'Ain't I a woman?' by Sojourner Truth and 'I have a dream' by Martin Luther King.

Exploring poetic and speaking & listening techniques and devices in the poem - 'Ain't I a woman?' by Sojourner Truth and Martin Luther King's 'I have a dream' speech. Worksheets and resources focusing on the lexical choices in the texts, and the effects of these. Aligned to Common Core State Standard: RL.7.10

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October 2018
I am looking forward to sharing this lesson packet with my students as we study Civil Rights. I love the idea of using the leaders’ own words, which transcend time, to make the lesson come alive.
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December 2013
Very useful resources to support a unit on Sojourner Truth and Martin Luther King. Includes text, cloze activities, group work in the form of answering questions and word searches.
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June 2011
Thank you for sharing this fantastic resource. I teach adult literacy and can easily adapt this to embed reading, writing and speaking and listening skills.
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November 2010
A great resource. Many thanks.
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October 2010
This is fabulous, thank you very much!
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April 2010
huge thanks for sharing; looks ideal
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April 2010
great resource thank you
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February 2010
I really enjoyed the work, and will definitely use some of the bits about MLK, with my students.