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Students use DNA to solve an identity mystery. In this biology lesson, students use the Internet to gather information about sex-linked disorders and complete a Punnett square for hemophilia, then examine a handwriting analysis, ear test, and facial comparison. Students will use this information to determine if Anna Anderson is Anastasia Romanov. Lesson includes extension activities.
If you want some help with teaching themes and symbols in Animal Farm, this may be beneficial. After a class discussion about possible themes, class members write a paragraph explaining which they believe is the most important. Next, small groups research important historical figures or terms associated with the Russian Revolution (list provided). They present their information on a poster and then take a quiz on what they've learned. Note:Quiz not included.
Students analyze the history and art in the Constructivism movement. In this art analysis instructional activity, students analyze and consider the material types in the art form. Students complete image based discussion. Students work in groups using varying materials to create a form that stands alone or can suspend. Students research and create a timeline for the Russian Revolution. Students also research the artwork of Russian women.
Students view a video on the Russian Revolution of 1917. In this revolution lesson, students research from the perspective of peasants or aristocracy and create a presentation promoting their side. Students refute each others arguments and participate in a discussion about the collapse of governments.