Lessons for Historical Fiction

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  • Louisiana'S Acadian Heritage - … in our state and national heritage (Evangeline/Longfellow) *Distance scale *Historical fiction *Pictures and illustrations 4 days People from every corner of … a poem about an Acadian woman named Evangeline. In the fictional poem, he talked about how Evangeline was separated from her … animals 5. How can you tell that this selection is fiction? (ELA-6-E3) a. It has characters and dialogue. b …
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  • Logging on to Literature - … classroom computer with the following fields: - Title - Author - Genre (Realistic Fiction, Historical Fiction, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Mystery, Biography, Humor, Nonfiction) - Number of pages - Review … classroom computer with the following fields: - Title - Author - Genre (Realistic Fiction, Historical Fiction, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Mystery, Biography, Humor, Nonfiction) - Number of pages - Review …
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  • The Source of Knowledge - … materials. These might include news archives, textbooks, encyclopedias, non-fiction books and historical fiction, as well as primary sources. Assign each student one … include television, printed news sources, textbooks, encyclopedias, non-fiction, travel guides and historical fiction. 5. Investigate how North and South Korea have been … sections on history, geography, society, economy, and government. Asia Source - Historic North-South Korea Summit (http://www.asiasource.org/news/at_mp_02 …
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  • "Things Are Tough All Over" - … , follow written and oral Natty Gann", understand historical directions, organize information,produce fiction and non fiction, literary techniques written report, group discussions, (metaphor … demonstrating their understanding of and ability to.. Interpret information from historical fiction and research to make the time period (1929-1941) meaningful … the student. Analyze and transfer information from Decision Products/Performances historical fiction and Making research to create a "Memory Book". (selecting from …
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  • Things Are Tough All Over - … literature, guest speaker, video "Journey of Natty Gann", understand historical fiction and non fiction, literary techniques (metaphor, simile, alliteration, personification, onomatopoeia), cause-effect … from historical fiction and research to make the time period (1929-1941) meaningful to the student. Analyze and transfer information from historical fiction and … 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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  • The Prince and the Pauper - As students begin to understand fiction and nonfiction, I introduce the genre of historical fiction, which includes examples of both. Some elements of … of this puzzle. Students Will:Identify the elements of historical fiction. Learn about historical accounts from the Renaissance Period of English culture. Work … rubric as an assessment tool. Supporting Books Books for Teaching Historical Fiction
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  • Slavery and Abolition: Three Unforgettable Names - … the Civil War. National History Standards (Historical Thinking Standards): 2. Historical Comprehension 3. Historical Analysis & Interpretation 5. Historical Issues Virginia Standards of Learning (SOLs … opportunities; for example, interpreting visual information and listening to historical fiction and non-fiction, reading aloud, reviewing, discussing, writing, and drawing. Teachers may … , 1965. This biography is probably fleshed out with some realistic fiction of what Harriet may have said or done, no doubt …
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  • Independent - Top Be or Not To Be - Day 1, Lesson 1: I Pledge Allegiance! - … reading selections, assignments and tasks (for example, differences between fact, fiction, opinion). LA.C.3.2.1.5.1 The student … the bulletin board flag. Formative assessment occurs as students name historical symbols of celebration. Listen for and guide students to name … Patricia Cunningham. It is suggested that you have a historical fiction, or non-fiction book selected for use with the Shared Reading Component …
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  • True Settlers of the Pacific Northwest: Who was there with Dr. John Mcloughlin? - … today? 3. Using the research information, students will write a historical fiction narrative of a character of their choosing. 4. Along with … it in the appropriate location on the map. PRODUCT: Histroical Fiction Narrative Inclusive list of indian tribes living in the Vancouver … throughout the process. Assess student understanding as presented in the historical fiction narrative. Student response during question and answer period. RESULTS: TBA …
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  • Lexicography, Lab Lit and Ethical Investing - … an issue currently roiling some college campuses; and write short fiction that incorporates what they have read in science class. Vocabulary … on contemporary science and situations, lab lit is not science fiction or historical fiction. Katherine Bouton explains in this article how issues like … on something realistic and contemporary. This should be realistic fiction, not science fiction). Here is the beginning of a writing sample from …
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