MLK worksheet B - Worksheet B Please try to complete Part 1...

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Worksheet B Please try to complete Part 1 of this worksheet before you read "The Road Before Martin Luther King, Jr." I will post the essay on Thursday, January 17th. Part 1 1. First, before you begin this web research, carefully read the following page at http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/TeachingLib/Guides/Internet/Evaluate.html, which presents ways to critically evaluate web information and resources. I will expect you to apply these standards to all future web research and be prepared to provide evidence on how website sources might justifiably be used for academically rigorous scholarship. 2. Then do some browsing and select two websites focused on Martin Luther King, Jr. that you critically evaluate as analytically rigorous and well-researched. Please note three details of biographical information about MLK that might be relevant to our understanding of "Notes of a Native Son" and the social or historical context of Baldwin's essay and briefly provide textual evidence from Baldwin's essay and from your web research. Please do
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MLK worksheet B - Worksheet B Please try to complete Part 1...

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