Lessons for Historical Fiction

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  • Different Strokes for Different Folks - … understands the distinguishing features of literary texts (for example, fiction, drama, poetry, biography, historical fiction, chapter books). Florida Process Standards Information Managers 01 … with students. 2. Teacher selects examples of historical fiction, fantacy fiction, mysteries, biographies, autobiographies, easy fiction, non-fiction to show to students. 3. Type a … genre of literature (ie: easy fiction, fiction (chapter books), historical fiction, science fiction (fantasy), realistic fiction, fables, folk tales, fairy tales, non-fiction, biography, and poetry. 2 …
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  • Marketing Song of Roland : The Movie - … reading as if they occurred in a movie. discriminate between fiction and historical fact in the epic. identify the elements of propaganda … and experience of films about heroic actions, animated sagas, and historical fiction. Discuss with the class what the setting would look like … quite disturbing. To assess the student's differentiation of historical fact and fiction in the epic, I have students work in groups …
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  • Book Report Alternative: Writing Resumes for Characters in Historical Fiction - … Extensions Student Assessment/Reflections STUDENT OBJECTIVES Students will analyze a historical fiction novel for explicit and implicit information about a character. identify … traits. research career options appropriate to the setting of a historical fiction novel. synthesize character information to identify an appropriate job. write … the story. After that, you will choose a character from historical fiction. You will then brainstorm everything you know about your character …
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  • City Of Immigrants: Immigration to New York City - … distinguish between the genres of historical fiction and oral history. Students will use technology to explore a historical place. Students will use primary … a piece of literature provide in the genre of historical fiction, meaning a fictional story that takes place in the past, but also … examples of ways to learn and interpret immigration history- through historical fiction and through oral histories/ primary sources. Ask students to name …
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  • A Night to Remember - … reflects society. Authors reconstruct historical events using primary and secondary sources. A Night to Remember is both historical and fictional. Facts about the sinking of the Titanic. Nautical vocabulary. ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS How do authors write about historical events … many of the processes real writers use when they create historical fiction: researching a variety of media, evaluating information, reading other genres …
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  • WebQuest - … will be able to use strategies to read and comprehend historical fiction and Web-based nonfiction. • The student will complete a WebQuest … : Several examples of books from various genres, such as historical fiction, fantasy, and non-fiction (see examples listed in step 1 below). Classroom … them in the groupings they select. 2. Introduce the term "historical fiction." As a class, discuss what it means. Ask the reading …
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  • Negro Leagues Scrapbook - … scrapbook will be from the point of view of a fictional character, and will include artifacts examining the Negro Leagues, travels … Leagues from 1900 to 1975. 3. Students will create a historical-fiction scrapbook using key events in history. Materials/Primary Resources: Electronic … or by theme. Your scrapbook will be historical fiction meaning the character will be fictional but the setting and events will be rooted …
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  • People and Places in Indiana's Underground Railroad - … slaves, Quakers, and others on the UGR, and read non-fiction and literature concerning particular people in the UGR. ???? Standard 13 … plan.) ? Secondary Sources ? excerpts from biographies, nonfiction trade books, and historical fiction picture books will bring students to a fuller understanding of … instruction using primary and secondary sources ? Read-alouds from non-fiction and fiction picture books ? Class Participatory Activity (simulation of fugitive slave …
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  • A Comparison of the Play and Movie Inherit the Wind - … , Scopes Monkey Trial, comparing literature to film, drama, dramatic license, historical fiction, scene, setting, visual interpretation, theater, diorama Body: 1. Lead the … that the play was written based on fact but is historical fiction. 3. Students should then read Act One aloud in class … will be able to discriminate between fact and fiction within a work of historical fiction. 2. Students will be able to comprehend the …
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  • From Little House to My House: Exploring History and Family Roles - … /Reflections STUDENT OBJECTIVES Students will Gain knowledge by learning about historical fiction, memoirs, pioneer life in the United States, Laura Ingalls Wilder … paper. 2. Ask students if they know what the term historical fiction means. Explain that it describes a certain type of story … real life. (You might choose to have several examples of historical fiction to share with students including the Little House books or …
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