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Happy Birthday, Dr. King!

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Nicole Cesarini

on 25 November 2013

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Transcript of Happy Birthday, Dr. King!

boycott

assembly
civil rights

definition

protest

stupendous

Vocabulary
People joining together not buying or using something. They want to make a change happen by doing this.
definition

example(s) of how it is used in the book

p. 10 -
That was the Montgomery Bus
Boycott
. And the
boycott
worked. We finally won - without fighting.

p. 15 -
He told us why to
boycott
the buses, and how we needed to help each other.
* Can you think of another sentence using the term
boycott?

*
definition
a large group of people
example of how it is used in the book
p. 12 -
Well... we have to think of something to do for the Martin Luther King, Jr.
assembly.


p. 18 -
Let's start with the Martin Luther King, Jr. birthday
assembly.
(Si-vul-RITS)
(BOY-kaht)
The legal rights of each citizen, such as the right to vote.
example(s) of how it is used in the book
p. 15
Dr. King became a great leader of the
civil rights
movement.
(PRO-test)
definition

to speak out against something
example(s) of how it is used in the book
p. 10
We wanted to
protest
her arrest and get the same rights that white people had.
(stoo-PEN-dahs)
definition
amazing, very great
example(s) of how it is used in the book
p. 16
When you were a kid, did you ever do something really stupid that turned out to be
stupendous
instead?
(uh-SEHM-blee)

*Can you think of another sentence using the term
assembly?
*
*Can you think of another sentence using the term
civil rights?
*
*Can you think of another sentence using the term
stupendous?
*
*Can you think of another sentence using the term
protest?
*
by: Nicole Cesarini
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