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The Fight for Social Justice
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Activity 2

The Fight for Social Justice

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1
Get ready! Listen to the recording above and note down these words from the video. Use the phonetic transcriptions as a guide.

Get ready!

1) /ˈsaʊθ/
2) /ˈsaɪnz/
3) /ˈsɛɡrəɡɛɪtɪd/
4) /ˈhjuːmən/
5) /ˈdʒæksən/
6) /ˈsʌðən/
7) /ˈhɪpəkrɪts/
8) /ˈstɛɪt/
9) /ˈnɛɪbə/
10) /ˈlʌntʃ/
11) /ˈkʌstəmə/
12) /ˈkaʊntə/
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2
Watch the video once and identify the following key elements.


1) Historical time period:
2) Time of day:
3) City and state:
4) People involved:
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3
a. Pick out keywords to fill in the table below.

Important information about the sit-in People participating Weapons Consequences

b. Say whether these statements are true or false.

1) White and black people could not hang out together in cafes.


2) A “five and dime” store did not have a restaurant counter.


3) After protesting on the picket line, protesters would go and have a coffee together.

c. Why does Joan T. Mulholland say “the Civil Rights Movement should not be reduced to Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks onlyˮ? Rephrase it in your own words.

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MEDIATION
Let's recap! Recap the content of this video and discuss its message.

Useful vocabulary: I agree with her... I disagree with her... As a student, I think that...

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