Lessons for Historical Fiction

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  • North and South-Impact of the Abolitionist Movement - … the Underground Railroad National History Standards (Historical Thinking Standards): 1. Chronological Thinking 2. Historical Comprehension 5. Historical Issues Virginia Standards of Learning (SOLs … of Young Harriet Tubman. Dial Books, 1st edition: 1996. This fictionalized account of Tubman's childhood on a Maryland plantation provides … a wise one. With color and feeling he humanizes a historic figure, coaxing readers to imagine or research the rest of …
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  • Japanese Internment During World War II - … was like at these camps. National History Standards (Historical Thinking Standards): 2. Historical Comprehension 3. Historical Analysis & Interpretation Virginia Standards of Learning (SOLs … video and selected readings that cover a wide range of historical intolerance in the United States. The Us and Them supplement … , Ken. Baseball Saved Us. New York: 1993. This book is fiction. It is the story of one Japanese boy's experiences …
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  • Uniform Standards - … : Students know how to use the processes and resources of historical inquiry. History Standard 3: Students know how various societies were … /2003 This activity was developed with funding from the State Historical Fund. Doing History/Keeping the Past Inquiry Activities 2 MATERIALS … videotape.) EXTENSIONS * * Have the class read one of the numerous fiction books about life at an Indian School. Present the debate …
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  • ESD 112 History Programs Lesson Plan: A Helping Hand: The Role of Guides during Western Expansion - … Oregon Trail: Education Resource Guide Bureau of Land Management National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center: Baker City, Oregon Northwest Indians (1996 … sources as well as a resource book, text books, non-fiction texts and the Internet Students will research answers to their … ) Based on student involvement during class discussions-observation Based on historical accuracy of Mountain Rendezvous-(see rubric) Observation based on student …
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  • Tempest in a Teapot? Historic Presidential Scandals - Tempest in a Teapot? Historic Presidential Scandals Tempest in a Teapot? Historic Presidential Scandals Florence Harding: Law, Politics and Govt Skill: High … 7 Production, Distribution, and Consumption NCTE Standard 1 Students read fiction, nonfiction, classic, and contemporary works to acquire information for various … . Begin by asking students to think of a current or historical government scandal(s). Have a class discussion about scandals and …
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  • Gale Schools - Lesson Plans - Secondary: Science - Careers - … current professions in the area of science and how have historic figures shaped these careers? Earth Day Databases(s): History Resource … teacher.  Some of the information on the application may be fictional, however most will be factual using the information you collected … ) Understandings about science and technology; NS.9-12.7(G) Historical perspectives Learning Expectation: As a result of activities, students will …
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  • Telling Stories: Symbols of a Life - … a work of art. write a biographical narrative about an historic person. develop visual symbols that represent moments in a narrative … any other figure the student admires. Students will research their historic figures and write a narrative biography of grade-appropriate length … perspectives, and sensory details. Grades 11?12 2.1 Write fictional, autobiographical, or biographical narratives: a. Narrate a sequence of events …
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  • Voltaire's Legacy: Searching for Truth - … & Abuses of History; Versions of Truth & Reality; Facts and History; Historical Perspective; Bias INSTRUCTIONAL OUTCOMES Students will: * identify the reasons and … into quarters with each group being responsible for a specific historical example. BACKGROUND INFORMATION ACTIVITIES Each group's tasks include the … 5. The Assassination of John F. Kennedy 6. Fact and Fiction EVALUATION The evaluation is broken into several areas and the …
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  • Indiana Humanities Council - … 4.1.14 Distinguish fact from opinion and fact from fiction in historical documents and other information resources. 4.5.1 Identify … from opinion in a variety of information resources; differentiate between historical facts and interpretations, recognizing that the facts the historian reports … Resources Bomberger, B. (1991, September). The preservation and repair of historic log buildings . Preservation Briefs ( 26 ). Retrieved June 28, 2006, from …
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  • Is no man an island? - … express individual perspectives through analysis of personal, social, cultural, and historical issues.Objective 1.04: Reflect on learning experiences by: evaluating how personal perspectives are influenced by society, cultural differences, and historical issues. appraising changes in self throughout the learning process. evaluating … processes.Objective 5.02: Study the characteristics of literary genres (fiction, nonfiction, drama, and poetry) through: reading a variety of literature …
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