If You Give Napoleon a Cookie...
What fun! To illustrate the concept of appeasement, class members use Napoleon's exploits as the basis of their own illustrated children's book modeled after Laura Numeroff's circular tale, If You Give a Mouse A Cookie. What fun!
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- Read Laura Numeroff's story to the class or show them the 2:20 minute video available on YouTube
- Be sure to point out to viewers the circular nature of the tale
- A rubric for the assignment is included
- No scaffolding is provided for the assignment
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