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House on Mango Street

Detailed Instructions of each day: Day Four

Materials Needed: 

  • Class sets of Student handouts #4a and #4

Review Student Handout #4a (Instruction Sheet for “Students Study ‘Missing Ideas of Martin Luther King”) with your teacher.   When you’re ready, complete Student Handout #4 (“Students Study ‘Missing’ Ideas of Martin Luther King”).

If you want to write your own article without sticking strictly to the format in the handout, you may.  The main requirement is that you refer to several ideas and quotes of King in the four page handout and write about why they are (or aren’t) important for us to learn about.  

Teacher's Guide
Essential Questions
Day One
Day Two
Day Three
Day Four
Additional Projects/Activities I
Additional Projects/Activities II
Additional Projects/Activities III
Additional Projects/Activities IV
Transcript of TV Reports
Michael Eric Dyson
  Materials for Other Activities
Instructions for Essay on King's Giant Triplets
Who Killed Martin Luther King?
St. Martin, The Militant
All Things Censored
Native American Resistance
Day Of Shame
Samples Of Student Work

Urban Dreams
OUSD Curriculum Unit
Hidden In Plain Sight -
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s
Radical Vision
Subject: U.S. History
Grade Level: 11th

Lesson Plan Author:
Craig Gordon
Organization: OUSD