Lessons for Famous People

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  • Storytelling in the Social Studies Classroom - … and their loved ones. Many times they tell stories about famous people. 2. Tell students to list three things they know about … the following information The full name of the famous American Why the person was famous A thorough description of the historic highlight … , red-white-blue bunting border, and the words Famous Americans. Display the Famous American posters and students' photographs framed on blue and …
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  • Our American Heritage Unit Plan - … Symbols, Holidays, Celebrations, and Famous People Our American Heritage A Focus on Patriotic Symbols, Holidays, Celebrations, and Famous PeopleGrade Level 3 Rationale for … listed above because America's patriotic symbols, holidays, celebrations, and famous people are important to our countries heritage. This lesson plan will … American Heritage: A Focus on Patriotic Symbols, Holidays, Celebrations, and Famous People is an integrative unit which teaches the West Virginia Citizenship …
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  • Famous Classmates! - … : Step 1: Read Judy Moody Gets Famous! Step 2: Discuss what the word "famous" means. Write famous peoples name on chart paper at whole group time. Step 3: On chart paper write famous people as the … helper at home. Step 6: Talk about how famous people are interviewed because other people are interested in learning more about them. "The …
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  • Our American Heritage Unit Plan - … Symbols, Holidays, Celebrations, and Famous People Our American Heritage A Focus on Patriotic Symbols, Holidays, Celebrations, and Famous PeopleGrade Level 3 Rationale for … listed above because America's patriotic symbols, holidays, celebrations, and famous people are important to our countries heritage. This lesson plan will … American Heritage: A Focus on Patriotic Symbols, Holidays, Celebrations, and Famous People is an integrative unit which teaches the West Virginia Citizenship …
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  • Famous People of Japan: Katsushika HOKUSAI - Famous People of Japan: Katsushika HOKUSAI Purpose: To become familiar with famous Japanese people. Target Grade Levels: 4-12 Essential Questions: *Who was Katsushika … some famous people in the United States. Ask them "Why are these people famous?" After discussing their answers inform them that there are also famous people … wave.jpg.html Lessons about Japan - 50 Famous People of Japan: Katsushika HOKUSAI Name: Topic : Famous people of japan: Katsushika hokusai Dear Parents, Your …
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  • Biographies of Heroes from Long Ago and the Recent Past - … into a class "yellow pages." After reading the biographies of famous people that the students do not know personally, they will turn … Charles Lindbergh examines the life of the world's most famous aviator. Demarest dramatically recreates Lindbergh's solo crossing of the … activities. Finch, Spencer, and Mary Beth Spann. Interactive Picture Series: Famous Americans (Teaching Guide, Reproducibles and Activities). New York: Scholastic, 1995 …
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  • Famous Person Interview - … 1, 2, and 3 Lesson Steps Day 1 1. Distribute "famous people" handout. Explain to students that they will have approximately thirty … one single factor you find that helped all of your famous people"? Direct the group to use the list to formulate a … be famous * clarity of their descriptions of values and steps to "fame" * their positive feelings about themselves as older successful people 13 …
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  • The not-so-famous person report - … of the famous, use research in primary sources to teach students that the past and present were made by people like them … men and women, many people are turned off by the history of the famous, especially when those famous people don't seem to be … , even though they're not famous, either. There are many possibilities for research assignments on not-so-famous people. In this article, I … context. Guiding questions for primary source research on not-so-famous persons These guiding questions for student research in primary sources …
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  • Like Parent, Like Child - … " on the classroom board. "Celebrity children" should be children of famous people who have gained fame in their own right, such as … children of celebrities are more likely to become famous than "regular" people? - If you were famous in one field, would you ever attempt … questions on which to focus include: Are talented people destined to be famous? Are there famous people who are not naturally talented, but gained …
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  • John Lennon's Killer Says Why He Did it - … up forever. Another new revelation is that Chapman had other famous people on his hit list, including actress Elizabeth Taylor and former … up forever. Another new revelation is that Chapman had other famous people on his hit ____ , including actress Elizabeth Taylor and former … ) ____ forever. Another new revelation is that Chapman had other famous people on his hit (11) ____, including actress Elizabeth Taylor and …
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