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"I HAVE A DREAM"

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Transcript of "I HAVE A DREAM"



Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


"I HAVE A DREAM"
"HAVE A DREAM"
How much do we really know about his famous speech?

KWL
Where was it given?
Why was his speech so important?
What message is it trying to tell?
Who was Dr. King's audience?
Who influenced his speech?
http://grammar.about.com/od/tests/a/readquizdream.htm

Analyze
(Read carefully) one paragraph from the speech.


Collaborate
(Work together) to determine the message being conveyed in the paragraph.


Cite
(Tell) How did the author's used word choice support the message conveyed.

What strategies do you use in your classroom?



What your groups will do after
you've read to the first page of his speech?
Using evidence from the text, you will identify a theme or important message from each paragraph and then explain why that theme was chosen.
How will you do this you ask??
"I HAVE A DREAM"
Questions to ask while your reading.
○ What did you notice? (i.e., audience, location, reactions)
○ What was the tone of the speech?
○ What emotions did you detect in the speaker’s voice?
○ What message was the speaker trying to convey?
○ Explain how you were feeling as you listened to Martin Luther King’s speech.
○ What do you wonder? (Make note of student questions for future reference)

5 fascinating facts about the
“I Have A Dream” speech
1. "The Dream" wasn’t supposed to be part of the speech.

2. Much of the speech Was
ad-libbed.

3. U.S.Troops prepared for riots in response to the speech.

4. Many people at the event missed his Actual Speech.

5. Sharing the Speech will cost you.
August 28, 1963

Washington D.C.

See how much you know?
Take the
I HAVE A DREAM
QUIZ
"
I HAVE A DREAM"
Full transcript
http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speeches/mlkihaveadream.htm


Questions to ask after
you have listened.
○ What did you notice? (i.e., audience, location, reactions)
○ What was the tone of the speech?
○ What emotions did you detect in the speaker’s voice?
○ What message was the speaker trying to convey?
○ Explain how you were feeling as you listened to Martin Luther King’s speech.
○ What do you wonder?
SMALL GROUPS
GROUP 1

GROUP 2
Saket
Lauren
GROUP 3
GROUP 4
○ What you will do on your own?

Compose a persuasive essay to
answer the question, "
If Martin Luther King were to deliver
his "I Have a Dream"speech today.
Would it change?
Why or why not?
BATTLE FOR BIRMINGHAM BALLAD
Martin Luther king Jr.
Biography

Quinn
Nolan

Punya
Ryan
Bianca
GABE
Full transcript