Becoming History 5

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Students will act out in first person a chosen biography, focusing on their life, hardships, and triumphs.

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Civil War Personalities 3-5

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This lesson invites students to derive inspiration from photographs (portraits and people) during the Civil War era. These images serve as impetus to write monologues and create improvisational skits engaging students in a brand new way!

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Cultural Characters – Paul Revere 3-5

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This lesson invites students to explore the life of Paul Revere through the lens of a painting of the Midnight Run. Using the painting as a springboard, students write and enact a poem illustrating the event. This exercise is a wonderful tool to increase presentation skills, empathy and ensemble in your classroom.

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Cultural Characters 3-5

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This lesson invites students to derive inspiration from photographs (portraits and people, historical events and images depicting strife or struggle, etc.) based around a given time period. These images serve as impetus to write monologues and create improvisational skits engaging students in a brand new way!

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Cultural Characters – The Great Depression 3-5

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This lesson invites students to derive inspiration from photographs (portraits and people, historical events and images depicting strife or struggle, etc.) based around a given time period. These images serve as impetus to write monologues and create improvisational skits engaging students in a brand new way!

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