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3.08 Outline

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Transcript of 3.08 Outline

1st Topic Sentence
Metaphors
2nd Topic Sentence
Imagery
3.08 Outline
B. Thesis:
King used metaphors and bold statements to further convey his innocence to the clergymen and to help emphasize the importance of equality for all genders, races, and religions alike.
Writing Prompt:
I. Hook:
Strength; Strength is a great thing lacked by many people today. Strength is what helps us accomplish what we believe in, what helps us believe.
A. Bridge:
I believe that the strongest of men fight the hardest when they are pinned down, with nowhere else to go, except right through the challenges, right through the hardship, and right through the bad treatment. Martin Luther King Jr. was definitely one of those people. When he was in the jail, he was not angry, he was not upset, he understood why the white women and men had done this. He wrote a great letter, convincing those whom had arrested him that that was not the right thing to do.
D. Explanation:
A. Example, Reason,
Detail, or Fact from
the text:
B. Explanation:
C. Example, Reason,
Detail, or Fact from
the text:
"While confined here in the
Birmingham city jail,"
B. Explanation:
C. Example, Reason,
Detail, or Fact from
the text:
D. Explanation:
A. Example, Reason,
Detail, or Fact
from the text:
King begins his speech with this to automatically pull the readers into the problem instead of
going around the situation.
This draws them in
& also causes the readers
to have some sympathy
for King while reading
the letter.
"It is unfortunate that demonstrations demonstrations are taking place in Birmingham,but it is even more unfortunate that the city’s white power structure left the Negro community with no alternative."
King is saying that blacks are given
power based off power based off
of what the whites believe is
right for them. He's saying how
they are treated is less than
how whites are.
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"Wait!" It rings in the ear of every
Negro with piercing familiarity. This
"Wait" has almost always meant
"Never."
King explains the rejection and
force used by the whites to hold back blacks from reform or
anything involving thinking on
their own.
Consciously or unconsciously, he
has been caught up by the Zeitgeist,
and with his black brothers of Africa
and his brown and yellow brothers
of Asia, South America and the
Caribbean, the United States
Negro is moving with a sense of
great urgency toward the promised
land of racial justice.
In this quote,
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