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Mission 2


Stolen from Africa




Did you know?

1. Mandela delivered a speech in Mumbai.
2. Mandela and Gandhi are remembered as great speakers.
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“Separate but equal”

1
Look at the picture. Introduce the document.
Graphique lié à l'exercice 2

Type of document Where When What


2
Identify similarities and differences between these two pictures, and complete the sentences.
Graphique lié à l'exercice 1
Graphique lié à l'exercice 2

Both photos are .
Unlike in the first photo, .
There is .
Whereas .

3
How do you understand the expression “separate but equal”? Use link words:
Because
but
and
however
whereas
although


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The Jim Crow Laws

1
Look at the picture and select the letters for their corresponding description.
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a
b
c
d
e
f
Pair of monkeys  Tropical background  Dancing ragman Stage curtains  Theatrical mask  Yellow umbrella 

2
Watch the video and choose the correct answers.
Thomas Rice as Jim Crow
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a) Who was Jim Crow? (A popular minstrel show. / An abolitionist.)
b) What was the goal of the Jim Crow laws? (Isolate Black people. / Make White people feel inferior to Black people. / Make Black people feel inferior to White people. )
c) Where were the laws enacted? (In the USA. / In the UK. / In South Africa.)
d) In what period did these laws exist? (During the Civil war. / During the 20th century.)

3
Explain how the Jim Crow laws resulted in segregation. Use link words to organise your sentences.

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Grammar

Link words

Observe : 1. Slavery was abolished. However, black people suffered from discrimination. 2. Black people were not considered citizens: that’s why MLK fought for their rights.

Réfléchis : Quelle phrase exprime une conséquence ?
Laquelle exprime une concession ?
Comment exprimer la cause ? Whereas. Because. Thanks to.

Conclus : Slavery was abolished after the Civil War ... the Southern States seceded.
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Speaking for freedom

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1
Research Martin Luther King’s life.

a) He was born in .
b) He studied in .
c) He was inspired by .
d) He died in .

2
Present the document.

a) This speech is entitled .
b) It was delivered in on .

3
How would you translate “I have a dream that one day...”?









4
Associate each paragraph with its key message.

  • Being united in the future.
  • I have a dream.
  • A dream of brotherhood.
  • We are all equal.
  • So let freedom ring!
First paragraph
Second paragraph
Third paragraph
Fourth paragraph
Fifth paragraph


5
Who or what does MLK quote? Choose the correct answer.







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Pronounce “th”

Listen

Listen: Breathe - brother / Breath - truth.

Réfléchis : Quel couple de mots est prononcé /ð/ ?
Quel couple de mots est prononcé /θ/ ?
Repeat

Répète : Both ( ou ) my brothers ( ou ) know it’s the truth ( ou ) we’re stronger together ( ou ).
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Mission 2

1
You can write...







2
Your speech will be...







3
Choose your level:





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