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Title: Martin Luther King and Malcolm X


1
Martin Luther King and Malcolm X
  • Whose Philosophy Made the Most Sense for America
    in the 1960s?

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Martin Luther King Jr.
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RAFT Civil Rights Movement
R- You are the leader of a community. A- You are
addressing the members of your community. F-
(See product choice chart) T- You must influence
the members of your community to support the
philosophy of one (1) Civil Rights leader- MLK or
Malcolm X.
KT Visual Auditory Alternative
Flyer Skit Coat of Arms Art Gallery Rap/Song/Poem/Spoken Word Interview Speech Speak to me
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Resources
You are not permitted to create an email address
in class!
KT Visual
Flyer www.smore.com www.glogster.com Skit Coat of Arms www.familytreesandcrests.com/heraldry-symbols.htm Art Gallery www.animoto.com
Auditory
Interview www.animoto.com Song/Rap/Poem/Spoken Word Smore, Glogster and Animoto require you to create an account using your email address. If you do not have an email address, you can use Microsoft PowerPoint to create your product.
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All Products- Requirements!!!
  • Answer this question- Whose philosophy made the
    most sense for America in the 1960s- MLK or
    Malcolm X? Whose philosophy and actions had a
    greater impact or created more change?
  • Once you have answered this question, start to
    plan the creation of your product.
  • You product must show that you have
  • Identified the leader who had the greatest
    impact.
  • Explained the leaders philosophy- What did they
    believe in?
  • Judged why you think the leaders philosophy was
    successful.

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Auditory Group- Specific Requirements
  • Song/Rap/Poem/Spoken Word
  • Must be at least 10 lines in length
  • Example (I Have a Dream - Common Ft.
    Will.i.am)
  • Hate has no color or age, flip the page,
  • Now my rage became freedom,
  • Writin' dreams in the dark, they far but I can
    see 'em,
  • I believe in Heaven more than Hell,
  • Blessings more than jail,
  • In the ghetto let love prevail,
  • With a story to tell, my eyes see the glory and
    well,
  • The world waitin for me to yell I Have a
    Dream.

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Auditory Requirements- Continued
  • Interview
  • Must include 5 Questions (asked by you) and 5
    Answers (provided by the Civil Rights leader
  • The questions and answers must be written in
    complete sentences. Each answer should be 1-3
    sentences in length.
  • Example (Interview with Martin Luther King, Jr.)
  • Q Why do you promote love?
  • A I promote love because it extinguishes
    hatred. Responding to hatred with hatred only
    multiples hatred. We must treat our neighbors
    with the same respect we expect from them.

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K/T Group- Specific Requirements
  • Flyer
  • Must include five facts about your leader, his
    philosophy and his accomplishments
  • Must include five pictures
  • Skit
  • Your script must include 10 lines
  • Your skit can be a made-up scenario based on
    realistic events
  • See me if you need a skit prompt- I have a list
    you can choose from

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Visual Group-
  • Coat of Arms
  • Must include 5 symbols
  • Underneath the picture, you must write a 3-5
    sentence statement explaining the symbols you
    chose and why you chose them
  • Art Gallery
  • Must include 5 pictures
  • Underneath each picture, you must write a 1-2
    sentence statement explaining the importance of
    the picture
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