Lessons for Historical Fiction

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  • D-Day: June 6, 1944 - … .com/html/montgomery.html) BBC "Historic Figures" page on Montgomery (http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic figures/montgomery bernard.shtml) Time … /index.cfm?pageid=1) BBC "Historic Figures" Page on Churchill (http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic figures/churchill winston.shtml) BBC … Writes expository compositions; synthesizes information from different sources I Writes fictional, biographical, autobiographical and observational narrative compositions. I Writes persuasive compositions …
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  • Guess Who's Coming to Dinner - … simulate a dinner party involving an author, a fictional character, and a significant historical figure as dinner guests. The activity uses Geoffrey … a given author, his or her characters, and the relevant historical period, build students' dialogue writing skills, and exercise creativity in … party model - including invitations, agenda, the works - to bring together historical figures from different time periods. Your challenge will be finding …
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  • Cooking Up The Weather : Sun, Wind and Water - … series of of weather satellite images. Analyzing errors-Fact verse Fiction: Weather folklore. Construct support for predictions/conclusions. Essential Questions How … to the physical setting ad living environment and recognize the historical development of ideas in science. 4.1.1. The Earth … support to convinceothers that their weather proverb is fact or fiction. Write a paragraph that constructs support for a specific position …
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  • Castles - … , theme, setting, character, and point of view Read and understand fiction Read and understand nonfiction Interpreting Information Analyzing and understanding nonfiction Understanding elements of fairy tales and fiction as it applies to movies Analyzing fairy tale elements Read … explanation) [ x] Investigation (resolving confusions or contradictions related to a historical event, a hypothetical past or future event, or to the …
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  • Personality Poems - … -step, an understanding of a character in a piece of fictional text. Learning Objectives: Students will identify a character's traits … character by writing a poem about the character. Materials: Any fictional text which has a "rounded" character Board, transparency, or handout … example, students may enjoy writing a bio-poem about an historical figure or a present-day hero. Assessment: Have students share …
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  • From Farm to Forest and Back Again - Overview - … Wilderness Home to the emergence of modern America Lycoming County Historical Society, PA. at Harvard Forest in Petersham, Massachusetts. Students will … Essay, the historical record (The History of Petersham ), and Worksheet 3 as a guide, ask students to create 3 short, fictional, first … this activity by having students analyze and answer questions regarding historical maps that require similar mathematical skills. Science: Because a major …
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  • Adding Support and Detail Without Getting Arrested! - … and where the important information will be found. Reviewing non-fiction features of print resources will familiarize the class with material … questions will be in categories such as: biography, current events, historical events, geography, language. Besides competing for the fastest answer, the … how the event affected the current viewpoint. distinguishes fact from fiction and recognizes personal bias. Information Skills (2000) Grade 9 - 12 …
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  • Multicultural cross-grade level unit plan - … StumbleUpon TWEET Pin It Learning outcomes The student will: read fiction and nonfiction material read and interpret poetry paraphrase information use … ). Teacher planning Time required for lesson 12 days Materials/resources Fiction and nonfiction books to provide background Books about other countries … , music, food, etc.). 2.C.2.2 Recognize the key historical figures and events that are associated... Grade 3 3.C …
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  • Write a Letter - … from a young Indian girl, a resident of Bombay, to fictional pen pals elsewhere. The girl's descriptions, numerous photographs, and … a larger one, My Pen Pal Scrapbook, in which a fictional girl from the United States receives letters from children in … women in rural India to write a letter to a fictional pen pal to experience life in India as seen from … World: Africa, Asia and Pacific Realm, refer students to the historical and cultural information about India on pages 306-316. Then …
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  • Three Chicago Painters: Visual Thinking Skills Activity - … that appears in the artwork (if applicable). 3. Write a fictional biography of one of the people (figures) that appear in the painting. 4. Write down the fictional conversation that the people in the artwork are having. 5 … would experience if you walked through this painting. 9. Use historical resources to research things (food, homes, clothes, work, play, transport …
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