Family History: On Your Honor

This Family History: On Your Honor lesson plan also includes:

What is your history? Scholars work with their own families to create a unique story of the courage and bravery of their ancestors. The third and final part of the series culminates in a creation of not just a family history, but a family tree as well—helping your class get in touch with their roots!

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Instructional Ideas
  • Extend the lesson with a Monologue Cafe where the class can review different projects
  • Invite a guest speaker to share their family honor with the classroom (war veteran, immigrant)
Classroom Considerations
  • Have a laminated family tree up in the classroom as a model to use during the lesson
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Pros
  • Includes reproducible Monologue Planner for classroom use
  • Contains history detective materials to use both online and in printed form
Cons
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