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Comparing Malcolm to Martin: Dr. King's Dream and The Black Revolution

Unit 15: Writing Arguments
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT compare the tone, allusions, and word choice in two informational texts by writing about them in shared writing groups.

Big Idea: What's the score? Students write comparisons of Dr. King and Malcolm and X and score their own writing.

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