Lessons for Historical Fiction

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  • Sgt. Humiston, Where are You? - … History Geography Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening Arts and Humanities Historical Period Civil War and Reconstruction - 1856-1876 This lesson focuses … a work of art from its historical and cultural perspective. 9.2.5. E. Analyze how historical events and culture impact forms … .6. B. Identify and explain primary documents, material artifacts and historic sites important in Pennsylvania history from Beginnings to 1824 8 … . 1.3.5. F. Read and respond to nonfiction and fiction including poetry and drama. 1.4.5. B. Write multi …
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  • To Be or Not to Be: A Marriage of Civil War Descendants - … Disciplines Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening Arts and Humanities History Historical Period Civil War and Reconstruction - 1856-1876 It is not … .6. B. Explain and analyze historical sources. 8.1.6. C. Explain the fundamentals of historical interpretation. 8.2.6 D. 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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  • Today We Encountered the White Man - … High School Disciplines Geography History Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening Historical Period Expansion and Reform - 1801-1855 This high-school level … and interpret historical sources. 8.1.9. C. Analyze the fundamentals of historical interpretation. 8.1.12. C. Evaluate historical interpretation of events … .11 G. Demonstrate after reading understanding and interpretation of both fiction and nonfiction text, including public documents. 1.4.11. B …
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  • Writing American Diaries - … Five 45 minute sessions Grade Level Elementary School Disciplines History Historical Period New Nation - 1761-1800 This lesson will introduce the … of the issue of American independence. #3 Write as a fictional character, using the knowledge they have learned to express the … .1.6. B. Explain and analyze historical sources. 8.1.6. C. Explain the fundamentals of historical interpretation. 8.2.6. B …
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  • Your Land is My Land: A Look at Bootleg Coal Mining During the Depression - … Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening Economics Civics and Government History Historical Period The Great Depression and World War II - 1929-1945 … responsibilities of citizenship. Economics 6.1.9. D. Describe the historical examples of expansion, recession and depression in the United States … .8.G. Demonstrate after reading understanding and interpretation of both fiction and nonfiction text, including public documents. 1.4.8. B …
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  • What makes good literary writing? - … futures Throughlines 1. Students will understand that social, cultural and historical perspectives influence the construction and interpretation of texts. How does … ? • • What is the dream? Literally? Metaphorically? • • themes, literary techniques and historical context of Of Mice and Men apply these understandings to … ) English Resources http://www.newi.ac.uk/englishresources/workunits/ks4/fiction/ofmicemen/llshor t/factsheet.html (Accessed 23 September 2005) Teacher …
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  • The Progressive Era: National and Local - … social, political and economic effects of industrialization.. F. Identify major historical patterns in the domestic affairs of the United States during … slander, e public safety, f. equal opportunity Preparation for Teacher (Historical background that teacher must do to prepare for lesson) Core … disciplinary reference to understanding primary documents. Students will use non-fiction process? reading and writing skills to demonstrate an understanding of …
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  • Across the Lines by Carolyn Reeder - … ) Economics Standard: Students will develop economic reasoning to understand the historical development and current status of economic principles, institutions, and processes … current events using chronological and spatial thinking, economic reasoning, and historical interpretation, by framing and evaluating questions from primary and secondary … Activity 6. Extension: Techno-Quest: Across the Lines is a fictional account that includes scenes from real events. Use the Internet …
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  • Dust Bowl Migration - … to photographs as primary documents, as government documents and as historical records. Students access American Memory through the NebraskAccess Web Sites … : Social Studies • 8.4.2 Students will demonstrate skills for historical analysis. Identify, analyze, and interpret primary document .e.g., photographs … originally published in 1939, Steinbeck’s novel is a moving fictional account of one family’s experience traveling west in search …
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  • Newspapers in Language - … become reflective thinkers by exploring and practising the various non-fiction writing forms to produce a collection of newspaper articles, e … different forms of writing and describe their characteristics (e.g., historical novel, encyclopaedia); Groupings Students Working In Pairs Students Working As … different forms of writing and describe their characteristics (e.g., historical novel, encyclopaedia); – use their knowledge of the characteristics of different …
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