ELA MODULE 10.2.1 “LETTER FROM BIRMINGHAM JAIL” BY MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. Part 2

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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 2020
Part 2 is just as exceptional as part 1. This is the kind of lesson that can be taught for an entire quarter maybe longer. This is just one small part of the life of Dr. King, yet we all can learn so much from his incarceration, especially our students who are looking to understand the struggle we're still having in regards to human rights. I thank you again for providing this amazing lesson. I, myself, have learned so much from reading both parts of this lesson.
December 2020
Thank you for the glowing review. I appreciate your taking time out of your busy season to write this. My principle pleasure is in the creature of the work; the penultimate is the sharing, but ultimately, knowing it has helped my fellow teachers and their students, is the greatest pleasure. Again, thank you for taking time to write a review.
December 2018
Excited to see you make the top 2018 list, Ira!
August 2018
This lesson is so amazing! I have really enjoyed how well this lesson is put together.
August 2018
Thank you for your kind words. I will be working on English III lessons this year.
May 2018
This is an amazing lesson.
May 2018
Thank you. I am pleased it worked well for you. My pleasure to share.
April 2018
So helpful and useful. I greatly appreciate your work on this.
April 2018
The pleasure was mine. Thank you for the kind review.