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Vocabulary PowerPointMy Brother Martin By Christine King Farris
injustice Some people spend their entire lives fighting injustice, or unfairness.
Injustice - unfairness
numerous If numerous people sign a petition, their many voices can change the laws.
Numerous - many
segregation Laws on segregation once kept African Americans and white Americans separate.
Segregation – keeping two groups of people apart
nourishing Many groups hope to end hunger by giving people healthy nourishing food.
Nourishing – giving the things needed for good health
captured Some leaders have captured, or caught, peoples attention with moving speeches.
Captured - caught
Many people have a dream of fair treatment for all. It is their goal.
Dream – a hope for the future
encounters Brief encounters, or meetings, with heroes can inspire kids to work for change.
Encounters - experiences with something
preferred Some Americans have preferred, or chosen, to work for change as a group.
Preferred – liked one thing more than other things.
Recall Most people can look back and recall a situation when they were treated unfairly.
Recall – remember something and tell people about it.
Example It is easy to admire a leader who set an example of fairness and equality.
Example – a model of what something should look like
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Civil Rights Leader Rosa Parks
Dr Martin Luther King Jr Man Of Many Dreams Hero to some Satan To Others.
My Brother Martin Review. What genre is “My Brother Martin?” “My Brother Martin” is a biography. The story tells about a real person’s life, but is written.
Hero Hall of Fame. Do you have any heroes who are sports players?
Civil Rights Movement. Civil Rights Movement Photos.
Resolution-A firm decision to do or not do something Citation: New Oxford American Dictionary.
America’s People Unit 6 Lesson 3 A Picture Book of Martin Luther King, Jr. Created by Mrs. Perez-Vasquez 2 nd Grade.
Martin Luther King Jr. A Special Man.
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Harcourt Journeys: Vocabulary Copyright © 2011 Kelly Mott.
Daring to Dream: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. A presentation for grades K through 2 by the Rice University Black Student Association and Office of Public.
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My Brother Martin by: Christine King Farris
What is a THESIS STATEMENT?
Vocabulary Practice The vitamins were parts of a _______ diet. a) unsuspectingunsuspecting b) expample c) injusticeinjustice d) nourishing.
Unit 4, Day 4. Create a graphic organizer that lists the various ways people discriminate against others. Discrimination.
Quote Me Please… Quote: to repeat or copy the words said by someone All men are equal.
Vocabulary Practice Punishing all of us for the actions of my sister seemed _______. a) unsuspectingunsuspecting b) avoidedavoided c) injusticeinjustice.
The Civil Rights Movement Gaining rights for African Americans.
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