Lessons for Historical Fiction

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  • Millennium World's Fair Exposition Overview - … modified, in subsequent years by changing the scenario to a fictional future World Exposition. Problem-solving and artistic creation by students … , resources, and population patterns Chronological and Spatial Thinking 3. the Historical Interpretation important trends in the region today and whether they … pavilions they develop an synthesize, produce, and understanding of the historical and cultural context for artistic disseminate information, creation. Students can …
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  • The Power of Music - The Virtual Gramophone - … compare two songs from different periods, examining theme, style, and historical and technological context. This lesson explores music from Canada's … Language Arts Outcomes: R (Reading): Read and respond to non?fiction materials W (Writing): Use writing for various purposes and in … compare two songs from different periods, examining theme, style, and historical and technological context. Materials/Resources Required Computers with headphones and …
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  • The Civil War: Causes & Aftermath - … same issue from different perspectives some times polarizing people. Important historic figures and groups make significant contributions at these times. Slavery … rotating to resource locations: bookmarks on internet, CDs, encyclopedias, non-fiction texts and interviews with historians. Each student will then report … the explanation) [ ] Investigation (resolving confusions or contradictions related to a historical event, a hypothetical past or future event, or to the …
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  • Communications - … journal (diary), create a fictional character to narrate the journal, but base the entry or entries on historical events. Be sure to … ? 1940s b. Geography ? Germany, Holland, France ? Then and Now c. Historical Context- Economics, Politics d. Biographies ? Otto Frank, Miep Gies, and … history testimony segments, 202 maps, 28 thematic chronologies, and 917 historical photographs. The Learning Center is designed to appeal to educators …
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  • A Picture's Worth 500-700 Words - … California Public Schools Grade 7 Writing Applications 2.1 Write fictional or autobiographical narratives of 500?700 words: a. Develop a … .g., placement, overlapping, relative size, atmospheric perspective, and linear perspective). Historical and Cultural Context 3.1 Research and describe how art … purposes for creating works of art. Students analyze contemporary and historic meanings in specific artworks through cultural and aesthetic inquiry. Students …
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  • Heroes - … brief months had become their idol. Homer surely toyed with fiction when he described his hero, Hector, in the Illiad, and … , as students move towards the centre of their sandwich, the historical and personal context should become more specific. Lesson 2. Olympian … construct a poem lauding the accomplishments of an athlete, either historic or contemporary, only using the words the class has produced …
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  • Carribean Migration: Denmark Vesey's Rebellion - … 's extraordinary life. Students will use their findings from the historical record as the basis for a ten-minute dramatic performance … that they are trying to create a plausible historical account, not a purely fictional piece, and that they will be evaluated not … to what is Denmark Vesey's home on Bull Street, historic Charleston urban slave quarters, and a contemporary jail. Art teachers …
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  • A Village of Painters: Narrative Scrolls from West Bengal - … goddesses including Shiva, Ganesha, and Durga as well as depicting historical events for entertainment and edification. Art in India often represents … over time to convey important events and transmit cultural values (historical and cultural understanding.) 2. Students will explore the imagery used … been used over time, in different places to record historical, religious and fictional events. (Art History, Visual Arts) Use the relationship between …
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  • Archaeology as a career - … swashbuckling adventurers. In reality, archaeologists are much more like the fictional character Sherlock Holmes, working with clues to piece together mysteries … universities, state and federal agencies, private consulting firms, museums, and historic sites. Archaeologists who work for colleges and universities spend a … of Land Management.] Society for Historical Archaeology. "Mapping Out a Career in Historical Archaeology." Pamphlet. Tucson: Society for Historical Archaeology. Stuart, George E …
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  • Science Fictions - … for different audiences; Writes compositions that fulfill different purposes; Writes fictional, biographical, autobiographical, and observational narrative compositions Language Arts Standard 6 … productions, formal productions, and personal performances of different cultures and historical periods can relate to current personal, national, and international issues; Identifies and researches cultural, historical, and symbolic clues in dramatic texts Theatre Standard 6- Understands …
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