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“I Have a Dream” as a work of literature – Martin Luther King Jr.
Students will study Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech and discuss the rhetorical influences on King’s speech, the oratorical devices that King used in delivering his speech and how a speech is similar to/different from other literary forms. Continue readingcivil rightsI Have A DreamMarch on WashingtonMartin Luther King Jr.MLK Jr. Dayspeeches
“I Have a Dream” as a visual text – Martin Luther King Jr.
Subjects English, social studies Estimated Time One 45-minute class Grade Level Middle School Introduction Dr.…civil rightsCivil Rights MovementI Have A DreamMartin Luther King Jr.MLK Jr. Dayspeechesvisual text
Did North Korea detonate an H-bomb?
North Korea announced it successfully carried out a hydrogen bomb nuclear test on Wednesday, raising concern and doubt across the rest of the world.H-bombKim Jung-unNorth Koreanuclear bomb
The State of the Union Address
Students will discuss the elements of a successful political speech and watch President Obama’s State of the Union address. Continue readingconstitutionGovernmentPresidencyPresident ObamaState of the Union
Politicians struggle with opioid epidemic in New Hampshire
Presidential candidates and state politicians have raised concerns over the growing drug crisis in the state of New Hampshire.drug addictionElection 2016heroinNew Hampshireopiatesopioidspolicyprescription painkillersprimaries