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Racism

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  • 1. Racis mEmpowerment program
  • 2. Build VocabularyCreed Lifted upOppression Fertile place in the desertOasis Statement of beliefexalted Keeping others down by the unjust use of power
  • 3. I have a
  • 4. 1968 U.S.A. Martin Luther King Jr. Murdered 4th April 1968 : Martin Luther King Jr. is shot to death by James Earl Ray at a hotel in Memphis, Tennessee. His assassination led to riots in more than 100 US cities and a call from the United States President Lyndon Johnson for citizens to reject the blind violence that has taken Dr King who had lived by non-violence. James Earl Ray was convicted of his murder and sentenced to 99 years in prisonCritical viewing: what does this photograph tell you about the importance of Dr. King’s message to those who heard his speech?
  • 5. I have adream…
  • 6. Group discussion Martin• What kinds of feelings does Luther King’s speech stir in you?• What does Martin Luther King challenge Americans to do?• What can you do to foster tolerance and equality among students in your school?
  • 7. comprehensio n words, briefly• In your own state King’s dreams• What are the roots, or sources, of this dream?• What will hope of realizing his dream enable King to do?
  • 8. What dies this song evoke
  • 9. • What emotion this song evoke ? Explain how does the song’s message relate to King’s message in “I have a dream”• 1968 U.S.A. Martin Luther King Jr. Murdered 4th April 1968 : Martin Luther King Jr. is shot to death by James Earl Ray at a hotel in Memphis, Tennessee. His assassination led to riots in more than 100 US cities and a call from the United States President Lyndon Johnson for citizens to reject the blind violence that has taken Dr King who had lived by non-violence.
  • 10. cognitionInterpret– Why does King mention the names of so many states in his speech?– Explain the effect of repeating the phrase, “I have a dream”Evaluate- To what degree do you think King’s speech was persuasive?- What aspects of the speech made it so?Extend- If you were to express King’s dream in a drawing or painting, what images would you include?
  • 11. How is racismperceived nowadays?
  • 12. Just to finish
  • 13. Things to do• Send the lesson plans• Send Hugo Angel’s schedules for observations• Prepare the analysis of this session by using the format you have for CLIL lesson planning (identify each one of the items, and describe what was done in each component)

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