Imagine a Founding Father visiting a classroom today, or a sailor from the War of 1812, an Amish man, a 19th century pioneer, or even a Civil War veteran. Ronald Morris has spent more than 25 years bringing these characters into classrooms and inspiring other educators to do the same. In this book he synthesizes his vast knowledge and experience into a resource for all types of educators who help elementary and middle school children develop a love of history. Pre-service teachers can use this book as a model for developing their own styles of teaching social studies. Museum educators can use Bringing History to Life to enliven their presentations with students. Teachers in the classroom can use this resource to help their students develop first person presentations by reading about many examples across the grades. This resource is especially important as school districts reduce their budgets for field trips to popular museums that interpret history using this popular method. With this book as inspiration, educators can continue Bringing History to Life for their students.First-Person Historical Presentations in Elementary and Middle School Social Studies Ronald Vaughan Morris ... Mrs. Roush follows a presentation immediately with a reflective writing assignment, or sometimes she asks the stua dents to write a letter to the ... For the presentation, which the students develop thema selves, they decide with Mrs. Roush what the rubric for the asa signment is going to be.
|Title||:||Bringing History to Life|
|Author||:||Ronald Vaughan Morris|
|Publisher||:||R&L Education - 2009-06-16|