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Era 7 - The Emergence of Modern America Procedures This online biography lesson is designed for students to complete on their own, with teacher support as needed.
Older and more web-savvy students will need little teacher guidance; younger students will need more. The online lesson is written for the student and includes instructions about what to do in each step.
Students may complete the activities individually or in groups. In Step 1 Choose a Subjectstudents choose a subject for their biography: Wilbur or Orville Wright.
The Archives, is a set of 40 primary sources from the exhibition documents and photographs selected for this lesson. Each source in the Archives includes an explanatory caption.
The second source is the online exhibition itself, located at airandspace. A direct link to the online exhibition is not included with the online lesson to prevent students from getting confused within the exhibition.
Teachers are encouraged to direct students to this location. Students should print and use the Wright Biographer's Research Sheet to record what they learn while reviewing their source materials. Students may find it easier and more fun to complete this Research Sheet with a partner.
For younger students, you may want to eliminate a few questions on the Research Sheet. The Research Sheet helps prepare students to complete their Biography Page, in which they will interpret and analyze facts and sources.
Before going to the next step, lead a class discussion about what students discovered about their biography subject and what they recorded on their Wright Biographer's Research Sheet.
This discussion will give you a chance to: In Step 3 Create Your Biography Pagestudents have the opportunity to comment on and analyze the primary sources and facts they learned about the biography subject in Step 2. Students complete the biography pages which combine: They can type their paragraph text directly into the paragraph field on the biography page.
When writing their biography entry, students should be sure to explain their subject's connection to the source chosen from the Archives After students select their subject, copy and paste the image, and write the paragraph, they can preview the biography page, edit, if need and then print the page.
For more information on teaching with primary sources visit the National Archives and Records Administration's Digital Classroom which provides useful Document Analysis Worksheets: After students have printed their biography pages, they should go to the source caption and circle or highlight any dates in it.
Students can then work together to create a classroom timeline of the Wright Brothers, arranging the biography pages in chronological order.
Students read a published biography of the Wright Brothers. Recommended Wright biographies for students in grades include The Wright Brothers: Inventors of the Airplane by Bernard Ryan, Jr.
Their Flight to Adventure by Louis Sabin. Students role play, taking the identity of one of the Wright Brothers, Katharine Wright, or any of the other people they "met" during their biography research. Class members can interview the student who is playing the role.
Students must stick to facts and avoid making up information. Students expand the Wright Timeline from 2 dimensions to 3. Now that students are well informed about the Wright Brothers, they create a classroom Wright museum by making airplane models or other objects to accompany the Timeline.This lesson plan can be used to teach your students how to write a biography.
Students start off watching a video lesson that steps them through the process, then write in cooperative groups. Movie Lesson Plans Based on Films that will Inspire and Motivate Students; + Movie Lesson Plans for High School, Middle School, Elementary and Home School.
Teaching Autobiographies. The Autobiographies lesson plan contains a variety of teaching materials that cater to all learning styles. Inside you'll find 30 Daily Lessons, 20 Fun Activities, Multiple Choice Questions, 60 Short Essay Questions, 20 Essay Questions, .
Lesson Plan 12 cards with different activities for demonstrating understanding of any subject topic from a book to simple machines, to a U.S.
region and its states. This appeals to different learning styles such as musical, social, creative, 3-D, computer literate, etc. A Creative Multiple Intelligence Lesson Plan Learning how to write an autobiography strengthens solid writing skills.
When you instruct your students to "Write your own autobiography", they'll enjoy this multiple intelligence approach! Lesson Plan. 01 Introduction. Your instructor, James Patterson—currently the best-selling author in the world—lets you know what he has planned for your class and what you'll need to learn to start writing your own best-sellers.