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Young scholars analyze museum artifacts and create conversations between these inanimate objects using prior historical knowledge. In this museum artifact lesson, students create theoretical dialogue between historical artifacts in order to better understand the culture.
Dialogue can really make or break a piece of writing. Help your creative writers craft thoughtful, effective dialogue that advances the plot and develops their characters. One example is provided, but consider adding a few more slides to capture different types of dialogue and remark on their effect.
Compare and contrast two works by the same author, to analyze the use of settings, character action, and theme. The class reads and discusses the books, Because of Figs and Gloria Who Might Be My Best Friend, each focused on a girl named Julie. They complete comparison charts as a class and in pairs as they set to write extended stories based predictions of the events in each story.
Students map the classroom by marking the movement of the first Americans' migration from Alaska down into North America. To improve their skills in map-reading and sense of direction, students identify physical features of the map and land. Students also role-play land-hunger and conquest.