Lessons for Famous People

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  • Pop Turned Art - … . Create a work of art in the style of another famous postmodern artist, such as Jackson Pollack, Roy Lichtenstein or Cindy … choose those that hold significance for you. 2. Research a famous postmodern "artist" in a medium other than visual art, such … a poll of your classmates and teachers to see which famous people they recognize from Warhol's portraits. Choose three to five … Connections: Economics- Conduct research to find out how much various famous works of art have sold for in auctions. Then conduct …
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  • Philanthropy--Why?: Penny Drive - … fall on the list of things you would do? Another famous scientist and inventor, Albert Einstein once said. "It is every … people $200 to come. "I knew I had to get someone famous," he said. "The first famous person I asked is really, really famous … determined. I went home and sent 100 letters out to famous people telling them about my dinner. I asked if they couldn … those needing stamps. It changed grumpy people waiting in line to smiling and talkative people. People began sharing how kindness is lacking in …
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  • The students will become familiar with several famous people in history. This activity may be included in a social studies unit about famous people of the past. The students will choose a topic, do research, take notes, and create a final document includi - Famous People Description: The students will become familiar with several famous people in history. This activity may be included in a social studies unit about famous people of the past … simple print and electronic encyclopedias to locate information about a famous person. -learn to take simple notes. -compile the facts gathered …
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  • In this lesson fifth and sixth grade students will research a famous African American of their choice. They will identify a famous African American to be researched, choose from several websites to explore, and gather information about the African America - … sixth grade students will research a famous African American of their choice. They will identify a famous African American to be researched … and record information. * Students will learn new information about a famous African American. Learning Objectives: Students will use specific websites provided … to learn about these famous people. Body 1. Explain to students that today they will be researching a famous African American of their …
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  • Career Choice Awareness: Biographies - … . As students share names of famous people, write the names on the board. Choose one or two people from the list and with … is one method of obtaining information about people. Read a short biography of a famous person to the class, e.g., Terry … write their journal entry: Briefly describe an obstacle that the famous person overcame and a strength they possess. Describe a personal … the poem reflects the student’s personal interpretation of the famous person and demonstrates the student’s understanding of the reading …
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  • Lesson: Black History Month Rap - … hip-hop lyric about the life a famous Black American. Objectives Students will learn about famous Black Americans in history. learn how … . Keywords poem, poetry, rap, Black History, African American, inventor, writer, famous, theater, drama, writing Materials Needed computer with Internet access or … History Activity Theme site library or Internet resources related to famous people in Black History pencils and paper Lesson Plan In this …
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  • BSI: Biographical Scene Investigators - … situations to complete the project. Extensions: Create a panel of famous people by category (e.g., authors, artists, adventurers, etc.) Use the … category of famous people. Take students to an inventor's hall of fame. Students write a thank you note to the famous person … Charles Lindberg Josh Gibson Leonardo Fibonacci Amelia Earhart Plato XI. Famous Personalities Euclid VIII. Inventors Frank Sinatra Pythagoras James Watt Bob …
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  • A Tough Act to Follow - … of President Bush? c. Who are some other famous impersonators, and who are they famous for impersonating? d. In what ways do … are "mean" in the way that they spoof traits of famous people, or do you think that, in this case, "imitation is … his impersonations of you. Interdisciplinary Connections: American History- Select a famous impersonator, either currently working in the field, or from the …
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  • That's News to Me! - … reveals about the focus of the paper - An exhibit of famous headlines - An exhibit comparing a newspaper from 100 years ago … on time and resources.) - An exhibit of moving and/or famous newspaper photographs (both current and historic) Using Internet and library … Activities: 1. Create your own Birthday Banner. Include famous headlines, birthdays of famous people, and other significant events that occurred not only on …
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  • Straight to the Source - … sources on the board for later reference.) What are some famous examples of such documents that you can name? Then, divide … is the value of primary source documents? - Do you think famous people write letters, journals and other personal documents knowing that these … this pilgrimage affected the life of Malcolm X and other famous Muslims. Interdisciplinary Connections: American History- Create an obituary page for …
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