Lessons for Historical Fiction

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  • Saving the Philadelphia Lazaretto: One of the Oldest Immigration and Quarantine Stations (1801-1895) - … History Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening Geography Arts and Humanities Historical Period New Nation - 1761-1800 When students and historians think … conceptually portray the Lazaretto's significance and legacy. Museums and historical societies often source-out themed "Discovery Trunks" as tools to … . 1.6.5. B. Listen to a selection of literature (fiction and/or nonfiction).
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  • Two Men Named Ben: Historic Roots of Education in Pennsylvania - … Disciplines Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening Civics and Government History Historical Period Contemporary Pennsylvania - 1975 to Present New Nation - 1761-1800 … .1.9. B. Analyze and interpret historical sources. 8.1.12. B. Synthesize and evaluate historical sources. 8.2.9. A. Analyze … .11 G. Demonstrate after reading understanding and interpretation of both fiction and nonfiction text, including public documents. 1.2.11. A …
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  • Love a Culture: Dance to Its Music! - … ! Grade Six Interdisciplinary Lesson Ohio Standards Connection Fine Arts/Dance Historical, Cultural and Social Contexts Benchmark A Perform and describe dances … that movement vocabulary, choreographic patterns, stylistic nuances and relevant cultural, historical and social information may be shared and absorbed. It is … of Our Mothers: Mother/Daughter Immigrants, National Public Radio. 1984. Fiction: Mlakar, Frank. HE, The Father. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1950 …
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  • Mi Casa Y Su Casa - … the students should include cultural differences and similarities, and the historical aspects of Mexico and its heritage (i.e., food, clothing … the text. Indicator 6: Recall the important ideas in fictional and non-fictional texts. Reading Applications: Informational Text Benchmark C: Identify the … all sites before using them with students. For the teacher: Fiction and nonfiction resources, clay, newspaper, tissue paper, paste, bowl for …
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  • Go West Young Man! - … and legends; songs, plays and media productions; and works of fiction and nonfiction intended for young readers recognize some features that … the world. 4. The skills of historical analysis include the ability to: explain the significance of historical evidence; weigh the importance, reliability … ; understand the importance of changing and competing interpretations of different historical developments. Students: consider different interpretations of key events and/or …
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  • Wanted: Educated Global Citizens - … repeatedly that the attacks on Africans are "exaggerated" or even "fictions." The overwhelming evidence is that they are murderously real. Bashir … a global blot on the reputation of the U.S. Historically, many Americans have viewed our nation as a beacon of … describe American poverty; the last describes poverty around the globe. Fiction Claude Brown, Manchild in the Promised Land John Steinbeck, The …
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  • Abbie Gardner Sharp Cabin - … , northwest Iowa, and the Sioux Indians. (SHSI stands for State Historical Society of Iowa; IHRC Iowa History Resource Center at the State Historical Building; AEA, Area Education Agency; Public Library, PL; School Library … ) MacKinley Kantor. Spirit Lake. Cleveland: World Publishing Co., 1961. (PL) [fiction] Curtis Harnack. "Prelude to Massacre." Iowan 4 (Feb.-March 1956 …
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  • State of Mind: Inventing the American Identity - … artifacts for their contributions to our national identity 8. Identify historical and modern day heroes who personify America’s nation identity … . Smith in National Identity are: territory, people, common myths and historical memories, public culture, common economy, and common legal rights. 2 … like textbooks do, Hakim presents the information using personalized stories, fictional accounts, anecdotes, pictures, quotes, and trivia to grab the reader …
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  • Literature - Made in Mexico - … ): Economics Standard: Students will develop economic reasoning to understand the historical development and current status of economic principles, institutions, and processes … they think this text will be fiction or non-fiction. Explain that this book is a non-fiction book that will give information …
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  • Lead Critical Reading - … homework assignment. Key Concepts Lead is a contentious environmental, scientific, historical, social, and economic issue with data supporting potentially many different … and essay products. Background Lead is a contentious environmental, scientific, historical, social, and economic issue with data supporting potentially many different … the science from the politics and the facts from the fiction. Procedure The following Critical Reading activities can be done in …
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