Living History Timeline

As part of a living history research project, learners research a chosen historical figure that they will study and physically represent in a gallery walk. This resource includes a project description, letter to parents, rubric, and sample student work. 

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Ask community members, other classes, and parents to join your living history timeline event, as an audience can encourage greater motivation and attention to detail amongst students
Classroom Considerations

  • Consider the age and maturity level of your students when assigning historical figures to research (for example,it may be a difficult process for fourth and fifth grade students to personify a former slave)
Pros

  • Engaging and meaningful learning experience
  • Documents can be downloaded and edited
Cons

  • None