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“I have a Dream” Bearbeitung und Comment

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DVD Civil Rights o
In the 1950s and 1960s the Civil Rights Movement in the
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DVD Civil Rights o
In the 1950s and 1960s the Civil Rights Movement in the
USA aimed to end segregation in the South and to guarantee
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A3 DVD Civil Rights o In the 1950s and 1960s the Civil Rights Movement in the USA aimed to end segregation in the South and to guarantee African Americans equal rights with whites. The movement's most famous leader was Dr Martin Luther King, who on 28 August 1963 led a March on Washington. Watch the following documentary about the March. 1 Understanding the film a Describe your impressions of the March. b Describe Martin Luther King's dream. 2 Putting the film in context Look at the cartoon. Choose at least six pictures. Identify the ones you recognize and research those you don't-you can use names and phrases from the box on the right. Make notes. Using your timeline and your research notes, explain how the cartoon illustrates the progress of African Americans over the last 250 years. history 1. CAMINUL TO BE SOLD & LET MONDAY THEY MAL. THE SLAVES, 3 SLAVES www. JIM CROW. COLORED & BLARGTER SREENBERG EXTRA Comment 'Slavery to Presidency: a long road'. Use what you have learned in this chapter to write 150-200 words commenting on the statement. 4 American Dreams a Barack Obama represents many versions of 'the American Dream'-racial equality, anybody can become president', etc. Describe one person (e.g. a sportsperson, a musician, a politician) or one story (e.g. a book, a TV series, a comic) that illustrates an aspect of the American Dream. Word help SF 12: Doing research A the...

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Ku Klux Klan B the Little Rock Nine c selling of slaves D Jim Crow laws E segregated facilities F lynchings G abolitionism H Rosa Parks I Martin Luther King J Barack Obama K police attacking Civil Rights protestors L the assassination of Martin Luther King ► SF 45: Writing a comment Webcode: CTXT323418-59 2. Watch the speech held by M.L.King and do the tasks 1b and 2. 3. Do task 3 or 4a. CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT - Martin Luther King 1) 4th July 1776: - Declaration of Inde- pendence was adopted 1775 Between 1775+ 1783: Lo Britain's American fought American War of Independence & won, 16) Describe Martin duther 1860: - Abraham dicoln try's to abolish slavery; Southers states left the Union Picture 9, sentence K - police attacking Civie Rights protestors → Still a reality today (George Floyd etc.) 3) Comment. 2) Putting the Film in context. Picture 3 Sentence C) 1 selling of slaves: →for cotton and tabac farms -> bad for american development 1860 1861 -Northern states determined to prevent break-up, forced the South back into Union, American Avil war began dream. 1863: - Lincoln signed the "Emancipation Proclamation" Kings that 4 children Martin Luther wanted justice for all. He wanted an America in which all people, regardless of race or colour, have the same opportunities. With his famous sentence "I have a dream", he offered up hope will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by judged by the colour of their skin, but by the content "my of their charakter. 1865: -War ended, with victory for Nothern States 1870: -15th amendment t.t. Constitution of us gave all citizens for the vote" " regardless of race or colour Picture 10, sentence Martin Luther King → civil rights activist -> one of the finest orators in history Picture 12, sentence E - segregation facilities extremnly during world war → racist 1964: -Qvil Rights Act Picture 13, sentence J Barack Obama → first african american president of USA week 4+5 01.02.21 → represents many versions of the "american dream" Picture 11, sentence # - Rosa Parks → civil Rights activist →african american The American Dream I believe in, is a dream of a united country in which life should be better and richer and fuller But if for everyone. you take a closer look the american dream isn't established as one thing. It can be many different things that is varying between people and their point of view. The American dream depends on a lot of things such as income, location, religion and culture. It's not a dream of motor cars and high wages merely, but a dream of social order in which each man and each woman shall be able to attain to the fullest stature of which they are innately capable, be recognized of the fortuitous circumstances of birth or position. 1964 A3 DVD Civil Rights o In the 1950s and 1960s the Civil Rights Movement in the USA aimed to end segregation in the South and to guarantee African Americans equal rights with whites. The movement's most famous leader was Dr Martin Luther King, who on 28 August 1963 led a March on Washington. Watch the following documentary about the March. 1 Understanding the film a Describe your impressions of the March. b Describe Martin Luther King's dream. 2 Putting the film in context Look at the cartoon. Choose at least six pictures. Identify the ones you recognize and research those you don't-you can use names and phrases from the box on the right. Make notes. Using your timeline and your research notes, explain how the cartoon illustrates the progress of African Americans over the last 250 years. history 1. AMINOL TO BE SOLD & LET MONDAY THEY MAL. THE SLAVES, 3 SLAVES www. JIM CROW. COLORED & BLARGTER GREENBERG EXTRA Comment 'Slavery to Presidency: a long road'. Use what you have learned in this chapter to write 150-200 words commenting on the statement. 4 American Dreams a Barack Obama represents many versions of 'the American Dream'-racial equality, anybody can become president', etc. Describe one person (e.g. a sportsperson, a musician, a politician) or one story (e.g. a book, a TV series, a comic) that illustrates an aspect of the American Dream. Word help SF 12: Doing research A the Ku Klux Klan B the Little Rock Nine c selling of slaves D Jim Crow laws E segregated facilities F lynchings G abolitionism H Rosa Parks I Martin Luther King J Barack Obama K police attacking Civil Rights protestors L the assassination of Martin Luther King ► SF 45: Writing a comment Webcode: CTXT323418-59 2. Watch the speech held by M.L.King and do the tasks 1b and 2. 3. Do task 3 or 4a.

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A3 DVD Civil Rights o In the 1950s and 1960s the Civil Rights Movement in the USA aimed to end segregation in the South and to guarantee African Americans equal rights with whites. The movement's most famous leader was Dr Martin Luther King, who on 28 August 1963 led a March on Washington. Watch the following documentary about the March. 1 Understanding the film a Describe your impressions of the March. b Describe Martin Luther King's dream. 2 Putting the film in context Look at the cartoon. Choose at least six pictures. Identify the ones you recognize and research those you don't-you can use names and phrases from the box on the right. Make notes. Using your timeline and your research notes, explain how the cartoon illustrates the progress of African Americans over the last 250 years. history 1. CAMINUL TO BE SOLD & LET MONDAY THEY MAL. THE SLAVES, 3 SLAVES www. JIM CROW. COLORED & BLARGTER SREENBERG EXTRA Comment 'Slavery to Presidency: a long road'. Use what you have learned in this chapter to write 150-200 words commenting on the statement. 4 American Dreams a Barack Obama represents many versions of 'the American Dream'-racial equality, anybody can become president', etc. Describe one person (e.g. a sportsperson, a musician, a politician) or one story (e.g. a book, a TV series, a comic) that illustrates an aspect of the American Dream. Word help SF 12: Doing research A the...

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Ku Klux Klan B the Little Rock Nine c selling of slaves D Jim Crow laws E segregated facilities F lynchings G abolitionism H Rosa Parks I Martin Luther King J Barack Obama K police attacking Civil Rights protestors L the assassination of Martin Luther King ► SF 45: Writing a comment Webcode: CTXT323418-59 2. Watch the speech held by M.L.King and do the tasks 1b and 2. 3. Do task 3 or 4a. CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT - Martin Luther King 1) 4th July 1776: - Declaration of Inde- pendence was adopted 1775 Between 1775+ 1783: Lo Britain's American fought American War of Independence & won, 16) Describe Martin duther 1860: - Abraham dicoln try's to abolish slavery; Southers states left the Union Picture 9, sentence K - police attacking Civie Rights protestors → Still a reality today (George Floyd etc.) 3) Comment. 2) Putting the Film in context. Picture 3 Sentence C) 1 selling of slaves: →for cotton and tabac farms -> bad for american development 1860 1861 -Northern states determined to prevent break-up, forced the South back into Union, American Avil war began dream. 1863: - Lincoln signed the "Emancipation Proclamation" Kings that 4 children Martin Luther wanted justice for all. He wanted an America in which all people, regardless of race or colour, have the same opportunities. With his famous sentence "I have a dream", he offered up hope will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by judged by the colour of their skin, but by the content "my of their charakter. 1865: -War ended, with victory for Nothern States 1870: -15th amendment t.t. Constitution of us gave all citizens for the vote" " regardless of race or colour Picture 10, sentence Martin Luther King → civil rights activist -> one of the finest orators in history Picture 12, sentence E - segregation facilities extremnly during world war → racist 1964: -Qvil Rights Act Picture 13, sentence J Barack Obama → first african american president of USA week 4+5 01.02.21 → represents many versions of the "american dream" Picture 11, sentence # - Rosa Parks → civil Rights activist →african american The American Dream I believe in, is a dream of a united country in which life should be better and richer and fuller But if for everyone. you take a closer look the american dream isn't established as one thing. It can be many different things that is varying between people and their point of view. The American dream depends on a lot of things such as income, location, religion and culture. It's not a dream of motor cars and high wages merely, but a dream of social order in which each man and each woman shall be able to attain to the fullest stature of which they are innately capable, be recognized of the fortuitous circumstances of birth or position. 1964 A3 DVD Civil Rights o In the 1950s and 1960s the Civil Rights Movement in the USA aimed to end segregation in the South and to guarantee African Americans equal rights with whites. The movement's most famous leader was Dr Martin Luther King, who on 28 August 1963 led a March on Washington. Watch the following documentary about the March. 1 Understanding the film a Describe your impressions of the March. b Describe Martin Luther King's dream. 2 Putting the film in context Look at the cartoon. Choose at least six pictures. Identify the ones you recognize and research those you don't-you can use names and phrases from the box on the right. Make notes. Using your timeline and your research notes, explain how the cartoon illustrates the progress of African Americans over the last 250 years. history 1. AMINOL TO BE SOLD & LET MONDAY THEY MAL. THE SLAVES, 3 SLAVES www. JIM CROW. COLORED & BLARGTER GREENBERG EXTRA Comment 'Slavery to Presidency: a long road'. Use what you have learned in this chapter to write 150-200 words commenting on the statement. 4 American Dreams a Barack Obama represents many versions of 'the American Dream'-racial equality, anybody can become president', etc. Describe one person (e.g. a sportsperson, a musician, a politician) or one story (e.g. a book, a TV series, a comic) that illustrates an aspect of the American Dream. Word help SF 12: Doing research A the Ku Klux Klan B the Little Rock Nine c selling of slaves D Jim Crow laws E segregated facilities F lynchings G abolitionism H Rosa Parks I Martin Luther King J Barack Obama K police attacking Civil Rights protestors L the assassination of Martin Luther King ► SF 45: Writing a comment Webcode: CTXT323418-59 2. Watch the speech held by M.L.King and do the tasks 1b and 2. 3. Do task 3 or 4a.