Analysis Of Mlk Letter From Birmingham Jail

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Graphic Organizer "I Have a Dream" "Letter From Birmingham Jail" Point-by-Point Introduction Attention Grabber I Have A Dream written by MLK to help change the way that african americans were being treated to get better rights. Letter From Birmingham jail written to respond to criticism for segregation also. TAG Statement One (Title, Author, Genre, Audience, Occasion) I Have A Dream speech written by Martin Luther King used to describe civil rights/segregation at the lincoln memorial for a crowd. TAG Statement Two (Title, Author, Genre, Audience, Occasion) Letter From Birmingham jail written by Martin Luther King responding against criticism from 8 clergymen about civil rights/segregation. Thesis (One sentence detailing purpose of paper, …show more content…

King’s Speech King explains how rights for african americans should be changed for the better so that everything is equal. Introduce Quote (Logos) King uses this quote to get through to the emotions of his audience. Quote (with parenthetical citation) "We refuse to believe there are insufficient funds in the great vaults of opportunity of this nation."(King) Analysis (Explanation of appeal to audience) This quote reaches out to the crowds emotions to get a reaction. Transition to second example While on the other hand he uses pathos to help explain points of view. Introduce Quote (Pathos) King uses this to explain the start of the civil rights/segregation acts that Abraham Lincoln started. Quote (with parenthetical citation) “Five score years ago a great American in whose symbolic shadow we stand today signed the Emancipation Proclamation.’’(King ) Analysis (Explanation of appeal to audience) King used this to help his audience understand why they were at this location and it helped tell his audience about Abraham Lincoln was one of the first people to get the civil rights movement going. Body Main Point #2 Topic Sentence: Types of Appeals in Dr. King’s

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