Procedure You may choose to have the students complete the activities of this lesson individually, as partners or in small groups of no more than 3 or 4 students. The bill had been proposed by President John F.
Have groups or individual students share both their "Important Phrases" choices and the answers to the "Critical Thinking Questions. When asked what should be done to guarantee equal rights for African Americans, Malcolm X replied, "Our objective is complete freedom, justice and equality by any means necessary.
Students will use textual analysis to draw their conclusions and present arguments as directed in each lesson. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Visit Website King and Malcolm clashed over the best tactics to end racial discrimination and prejudice. The students will compare and contrast the speeches that they have analyzed and choose the leader whose methods and message they found to be the most convincing.
Both of them fought for equality and justice for African Americans. His objective was to let those who were the violent oppressors show themselves and the world how morally and legally corrupt is the practice of racial injustice. The students should discover the meaning of text as they read.
Martin Luther King, Jr 5. Lesson 2 Overview The students will read excerpts from a speech delivered by Malcolm X, "The Ballot or the Bullet," and use a document analysis organizer to facilitate a close reading of the text and track their understanding on both literal and inferential levels.
Both, his father and grandfather were prominent and well respected Baptist preachers in Atlanta who served as powerful examples for Martin Luther King, Jr. It is quite easy for me to lean more toward optimism than pessimism about human nature mainly because of my childhood experiences.