Lessons for Historical Fiction

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  • Reel Remembrances - … information and interview responses. Students will learn how events of historical significance may be better understood through personal narratives. Time Allotment … events; • understand the background and repercussions of historical events; • understand how personal narratives can illustrate historical events; • understand the similarities between young … who were 11-15 years old in 1941. Materials: Non-fiction articles in folders for research sessions. Videotape cassettes to record …
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  • How are Boundaries Made, Kept, Broken? - … values and beliefs. Historical Research, Evidence, and Point of View 2. Students identify bias and prejudice in historical interpretations. Historical Interpretation 1. Students show the connections, causal and otherwise, between particular historical events and larger social … vs. poor and boundaries in the context of a modern fiction writer’s portrayal of Nigeria. FOCUS AND MOTIVATE STUDENTS – WARM …
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  • How are Boundaries Made, Kept, Broken? - … secondary sources; and apply it in oral and written presentations. Historical Interpretation 1. Students show the connections, causal and otherwise, between particular historical events and larger social, economic, and political trends. 2. Students … vs. poor and boundaries in the context of a modern fiction writer’s portrayal of Nigeria. FOCUS AND MOTIVATE STUDENTS – WARM …
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  • Historical Pen Friends - … 3:34 PM Page 289 Standard Indicator 3.7.12 Historical Pen Friends Purpose Students will make brief narrative presentations that … the plot. Materials For the students: letter paper, pencils, fictional books about historical events (e.g., Ben and Me by Robert Lawson … chalkboard. connecting across the curriculum Theatre/Drama Have students present historical letters to other classes as a reader’s theatre activity …
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  • Teaching About J.F.K. With The New York Times - … your own research into what's fact and what's fiction. 6. Original Reporting Another way to delve into this history … moments from Kennedy's presidency and create posts that feel historically accurate. Use the president's actual words whenever possible. 10 … Museum The Sixth Floor Museum Newseum Exhibit: Artifacts, Photos and Historic Front Pages Standards This resource may be used to address …
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  • The Storm That Swept Mexico | Lesson Plan: Revolutionary Art - … a form of communication and education Understand the influence of historical events on artistic and cultural movements Understand the political and … their section of the image. The teams should identify the historic figures and cultural clues that they discovered in their research … address in this mural? Why did Diego Rivera mix historic images and fictional images to illustrate the story of Mexican History? How …
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  • Shalom Italia | Lesson Plan: Place, Memory and Identity - … relationships, and from these places stories are recalled and personal historical narratives are constructed. This lesson helps students gain a deeper understanding of how historical narratives develop by exploring the relationship between place, memory and … 's time to recall the past. Sci-fi and fantasy fictions might try to persuade us otherwise, but memories are not …
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  • Ireland, The Emerald Isle - … the world. Every student has an imagination that often involves fictional settings. With this ability, it will allow the students to … and effects the lives of the inhabitants. 3. Know the historical significance of the division of Ireland into two distinctive regions … easy learning. Ireland is a country of lasting beauty and historical adventures. Imagination and creativity of both the students and teacher …
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  • Critical Reading, Imaginative Writing and the Me Montage - … from their futures. Each artifact should have both personal and historical significance. 2. After collecting their artifacts, students write two- to … all that much. Another element was the choice of the "fictional" artifacts * those that were to represent future accomplishments. Many created … their personal keepsakes were, in fact, loaded with social and historical significance. In future applications of this lesson, I would include …
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  • A History of Journal Writing - … the workplace; and for personal fulfillment. Among these texts are fiction and nonfiction, classic and contemporary works. Standard 9: Students develop … /sa26diaries.html Mormon Pioneer Journals: http://heritage.uen.org/journals/historical.html Activity Day 1 1. Begin by writing the question … , have the students answer the following prompt: Explain the literary, historic, or scientific value of journal entries. Homework Instruct students to …
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