Lessons for Historical Fiction

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  • Kids These Days! - … short bio Academic Content Standards: Grades 6-8: Historical Understanding Standard 2: Understands the historical perspective. Benchmark: Analyzes the influence specific ideas … ; reveals a specific theme) Grades 9-12: Historical Understanding Standard 2: Understands the historical perspective. Benchmark: Analyzes the influences specific ideas and … general skills and strategies of the writing process. Benchmark: Writes fictional, biographical, autobiographical, and observational narrative compositions (e.g., narrates a …
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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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  • Rewrite, Revise, Recycle - … revise written work; Writes compositions that fulfill different purposes; Writes fictional, biographical, autobiographical, and observational narrative compositions; Writes in response to … productions, formal productions, and personal performances of different cultures and historical periods can relate to current personal, national, and international issues … and formal productions; Understands the validity and practicality of cultural, historical, and symbolic information used in making artistic choices for informal …
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  • The People, They Are a-Changin' - … for different audiences; Writes compositions that fulfill different purposes; Writes fictional, biographical, autobiographical, and observational narrative compositions; Writes in response to … delivery to particular audiences and for particular purposes Historical Understanding Standard 2- Understands the historical perspective. Benchmarks: Analyzes the influences specific ideas … how to perceive past events with historical empathy; Uses historical maps to understand the relationship between historical events and geography Behavioral Studies Standard …
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  • Tolerating Diversity - … the following (written on the board for students' reference): - What historical events have shaped the attitudes and experiences of your perspective … Fine Balance" and "Lakota Woman.") Interdisciplinary Connections: American History- Using historical examples, explain in a persuasive essay why it is ironic … for different audiences; Writes compositions that fulfill different purposes; Writes fictional, biographical, autobiographical, and observational narrative compositions; Writes persuasive compositions that …
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  • Invisible Invaders - … , each group researching a different disease epidemic, focusing on the historical events taking place during the time of the epidemic and … , religion, and daily life (eating, living arrangements, sanitation). e) What historic events took place during the time of this epidemic, and … ; Writes compositions that fulfill different purposes; Writes expository compositions; Writes fictional, biographical, autobiogrphical, and observational narrative compositions; Writes descriptive compositions Language …
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  • 5.2 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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  • Discovering and Covering the Battle of Homestead - … Level High School Disciplines History Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening Historical Period Development of the Industrial Pennsylvania - 1877-1900 On the … .1.9. B. Analyze and interpret historical sources. 8.1.9. C. Analyze the fundamentals of historical interpretation. 8.2.9. B … .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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  • Football at Carlisle Indian School: A Tool for Assimilation? - … Level Middle School Disciplines History Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening Historical Period The Emergence of Modern Pennsylvania - 1901-1928 Development of … .1.6. B. Explain and analyze historical sources. 8.1.9. B. Analyze and interpret historical sources. 8.2.6. A. Identifies … .8.G. Demonstrate after reading understanding and interpretation of both fiction and nonfiction text, including public documents. 1.2.8.A …
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  • The Most Dangerous Woman in America? The Mock Trial of Mary Harris "Mother" Jones - … Disciplines History Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening Civics and Government Historical Period The Emergence of Modern Pennsylvania - 1901-1928 Development of … .9. C. Analyze the fundamentals of historical interpretation. 8.1.9. D. Analyze and interpret historical research using primary sources. 8.2 … .8.G. Demonstrate after reading understanding and interpretation of both fiction and nonfiction text, including public documents. 1.6.8. A …
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