Independent Practice: Close Reading
Use the TATTOOED MUMMY Article to Complete your Non-Fiction
Exploring the deep roots of civil rights and black history, we will examine the thematic concepts of identity and perspective. We will do this by reading mentor text picture books, novels, and nonfiction texts which provide evidence to help us understand how childhood experiences shaped the identity of famous historical black figures and how civil rights struggles impacted changes in perspective of both society and the historical figures we are learning about. We will use the following essential questions to drive our exploration of these 2 concepts.
EXPLORING BLACK HISTORY @ BRAINPOP, JR.
EXPLORING BLACK HISTORY @ BRAINPOP
EXPLORE BLACK HISTORY BY RESEARCHING FAMOUS PEOPLE & CHOOSE YOUR TOP 3.
After choosing the historical black figure to research, you will write a
biography report about that famous person.
Complete this form with your top 3:
Take Notes on your figure.
CREATE A FAKEBOOK FOR THE FAMOUS BLACK HISTORICAL FIGURE YOU RESEARCHED.
Using the research you collected about your historical black figure, create a Fakebook page for them, written in FIRST PERSON point of view, expressing their PERSPECTIVES, timeline, friends/family, etc.
About this Page:
As we travel through 4th grade, we use this page daily to navigate our learning. Mrs. Petlak will put instructions and links here.