ELA Module 10.2.1 “Letter from Birmingham Jail” by Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Students engage with King’s text as a persuasive essay, continuing to build skills for close reading and rhetorical analysis as well as developing their ability to identify and evaluate the claims an author uses in support of his argument. At the same time, students work to strengthen their analytical skills through written assessments and collaborative discussions in which they learn to articulate and support their ideas using textual evidence. By examining the text alongside three poems, students begin to consider how these different texts develop common central ideas about human rights.  

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December 2018
Excellent lesson. A full package! It makes a teacher's life easier. Thank you
December 2018
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July 2017
This lesson went over excellently with my advanced ESL students in Tbilisi. We focused on the issues of religion and race relations as well as learned close reading skills.
July 2017
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December 2018
Thank you for your kind words. I appreciate knowing that the work is being used and the students are able to benefit from it.
June 2017
This lesson plan is great! The close reading activities are good and will provide opportunity for thoughtful conversation with the students!
February 2017
Excellent lessons and LOTS of material to use! Thank you!
December 2016