Lessons for Famous People

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  • Michigan's Legacy of Giving - … of Michigan and describe their contributions to the state. identify famous philanthropists in Michigan and describe their contributions to their communities … of foundations and their history.) Ask the learners if only famous people can be philanthropists. (Everyone can give of their time, their … the elderly receive proper care. Make the tie-in to famous people and philanthropy by explaining that the United Way has a …
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  • Helen Keller - A Light in the Face of Darkness - … known for? (Allow discussion.) Say: This is Helen Keller, a famous American who overcame her disabilities to help anyone who was … prepare a PowerPoint presentation on Helen Keller or on another Famous American of choice. Use this project as a culmination for … many famous people wanted to meet Helen? ____ 5. Picture 5: Black and white picture of 3 adults. Read the information. What famous … . Read the information. Ask: Why do you think so many famous people wanted to meet Helen? (accept reasonable answers i.e., she …
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  • Daniel Day-Lewis Wins Record Third Oscar - … are most boring. cinema history / Oscars / prizes / movies / joked / reporters / famous person / imagine / newspaper / accolade / emotional / humorous / acceptance speech / tribute / spirit … to play ____ a. the other famous person b. another famous people c. the other famous people d. another famous person 4) I can't think … about acting and movies. Give him three suggestions about which famous people he should play next (and why). Read your letter to …
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  • Twentieth Century Changes - … two famous people from the state. Assessment: Teacher will collect travel guide including Indiana state capital, major rivers, governors and two famous people from … two famous people and describes Names the Governor of Indiana Names and describes 2 famous people from Indiana Turned in on time Names one famous person and does not describe Late ------Names two famous people and do …
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  • Famous Figures in History Minibook - … History, World History Grade 1- 3 Objective Students learn about famous people in US history. Directions Introduce the concept of "fame" to … discuss what "history" means. Begin to make a list of famous people in history that your students know. Add to the list … thinking of present-day famous people and heroes. Current athletes, musicians, authors, and actors may enter your list of famous figures today. Introduce …
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  • Paris Hilton returns to jail - … : Students A strongly believe famous people should get shorter sentences than the rest of us; Students B think famous people should get longer sentences … "celebrity justice" in the States - ____ for the rich and famous, and strict laws that ____ to. Recent events support a … are different kinds of justice for different people in America? Do the rich and famous get lighter sentences in your country? Should …
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  • Strategy lesson: KWL - … research: Encyclopedia research skills will be taught using biographies of famous people. This is one lesson in a collaborative unit taught by … charts become active learners as they purposefully seek information about famous people from North Carolina. Teacher planning Time required for lesson 3 … in order to find out what you know about famous North Carolina people. We will also find out what you want to …
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  • Beginning biography research - … research Encyclopedia research skills will be taught using biographies of famous people. This is one lesson in a collaborative unit taught by … be introduced next. Students will read books about famous people. After learning about a famous person students will collaborate to write a biography about what they have learned about this person. Activities Names of famous people
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  • George Washington's obituary - … of newspapers or obituaries from newspapers Newspaper death notices of famous people Reference Materials Booklets for notetaking Writing paper or chart paper … newspapers. Also, it is very important to collect obituraries of famous people in advance. Examples - athletes, scientists, statesmen, authors, etc. Review: how … questions: Why was George Washington famous? Why was he important to our country? What did other famous people say when George Washington died …
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  • Living Legacies - … " art exhibit. 4. Write reflective pieces examining how their assigned famous person has affected history. Resources / Materials: -student journals -pens/pencils … few minutes, allow students time to share their responses. What famous people do you believe have had the greatest positive impact on … is famous and how his or her actions or beliefs affected modern society. Students should pay close attention to information that people
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