Lessons for Famous People

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  • We Shall Overcome - … New York State and the United States. Describe how ordinary people and famous historic figures in the local community, State and the … , list Students will prepare short requirements of presentation presentations about famous protesters of the 50's and 60's. Rubric Write … one of the famous people associated with protest Rubric during the Civil Rights movement. Students will write character sketches of famous Americans who …
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  • Into the Next Millennium - … make predictions about change. For instance, if a student chooses "famous people," he or she can actually conduct an e-mail interview … group could trace clothing design trends while another could research famous leaders, and so on. Students can then form subgroups to … from its origin: Origin of cities Origin of maps Famous cities Famous buildings Architecture and dwellings Landforms EVENTS Each student picks one …
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  • Popularity, Publicity, and Public Service - … about diseases and conditions by reading and discussing the article "Famous Patients, and the Lessons They Teach". 3. Work in groups … +fox+psa&search=Searchand projection equipment -copies of the article "Famous Patients, and the Lessons They Teach," found online at http … we judge the accuracy of stories in the media about famous people suffering from diseases? -When you watch a PSA featuring a …
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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 … Clay (Muhammad Ali) Roberto Clemente Babe Ruth Josh Gibson XI. Famous Personalities Frank Sinatra Bob Hope Walt Disney Elvis Presley Walter …
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  • In this lesson, students create a wax museum of famous people to share with others. After selecting a individual to research, students participate in a brainstorming session to determine the types of information they would like to know,then select and rea - … Description: In this lesson, students create a wax museum of famous people to share with others. After selecting a individual to research … in order to answer questions about the life of a famous person MOTIVATIONAL OBJECTIVES: The student will: -become interested in the … . The program can be used to support additional studies of famous people during such times as Black History Month or Women's …
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  • This lesson is geared towards 2nd and 3rd graders to introduce them to biographies and to provide them with an understanding of basic note-taking skills. Taking place over three sessions, students will learn about biographies and what makes a person famou - … , students will learn about biographies and what makes a person famous, select a biography of their choice, take notes about the … an understanding of biographies and understand the concept of a famous person. * Students will be able to take basic notes about … makes a person famous. The LMS will ask the students to name some famous people and explain why they are famous. Students will then … the 3 sessions, students will understand what makes a person famous, learn basic note-taking skills, and create a project which …
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  • Discover the Past - … . You can center one month on inventions, one month on famous people, or another on special events, etc.. Events do not necessarily … . Include the major events that led you to becoming a famous person. What historic event took place on March 15,2026 … career . what were your important contributions . explain what made you famous on March 15,2026. * This research sheet will be on … yourself that lead the reader to see why you are famous. You ended your article, but it was not interesting enough …
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  • We Shall Overcome - … New York State and the United States. Describe how ordinary people and famous historic figures in the local community, State and the … one of the famous people associated with protest during the Civil Rights movement. Students will write character sketches of famous Americans who were … Assessment Students will listen to and give their opinions of famous protest songs of the era and discuss their influence. EXTENDING …
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  • Baracks and Obamas Born in Kenya - … name their child after a famous person; Students B strongly believe naming a child after a famous person will help them in … so common for children to be named after famous people. T / F f. A famous car racing driver was named after an Olympic … name of Barack Obama's ____ America's First Lady. People from all across Kenya were thrilled with Barack Obama's … you named? c) Would you name your child after a famous person? d) Do you think Lewis Hamilton's love of …
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  • London parties at street carnival - … . (Expected responses: a lot of people, famous people, costumes, religious leaders, people selling food and drinks, the police, drunk people, dancers, etc.) Boardwork For example … D I N G T E X T crowds of people famous people costumes religious leaders Pre-teach essential vocab 10 - 12 Elicit … ", paragraph 2 mentions "costumes" Boardwork For example: 1 crowds of people famous people costumes religious leaders P O P O Set specific information …
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