When students get to the last phrase, they find out that a bear is involved. Will they realise that it is a polar bear?
All four clips could make one lesson with very brief discussions between each or following all. A sequence of two lessons could be based upon two clips per lesson, or four lessons based on one clip each. In interviews, scholars describe Alcott in her historical context and evaluate her achievements and her legacy.
Teachers should stop after the first minute and twenty seconds of the film. It lasts six minutes and twenty-eight seconds. It goes on for four minutes and sixteen seconds.
Clip Three, Work, Chapter Five on the DVD, picks up Louisa as a young woman trying to earn her own living while her family lives in the worst kind of poverty.
Duration of the clip is five minutes and fifty-four seconds. The length of the clip is five minutes and forty-six seconds. You may want to read or display this passage from page 19 of the hardcover and pages of the paperback book Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind Little Women: She knew not only family affection but also dangerous family disaffection; not just domestic toil but grueling manual labor; she knew gnawing hunger and the bloody aftermath of war.
After learning about her, students will be asked to create a piece of writing drawing from the content and insight they have gained and their own resources of experience and imagination, as Louisa May Alcott did. Most of the Transcendentalists felt strongly that the American Revolution was not finished as long as liberty and justice did not apply to more than half of all Americans — people held in slavery, and women and other population categories denied the vote.
He taught through discussion rather than memorization. He instituted an honor system and allowed breaks for play at school — he thought play was important to learning. These were all radical ideas at the time.
When Bronson Alcott admitted a black girl to his school in a quarter-century before slavery ended in the Southhis pupils left and his career as a teacher came crashing to an end. Discussion Ideas to follow Clip 1: Why did it [and other Utopias] fail? Alcott, and Charles Lane. What tactics did they use?
What was at stake? Teachers can bring up industrialization, urbanization, the Civil War, and the development of mass culture. After their experience at Fruitlands, you tell the class, the Alcott family moved back to Concord, Massachusetts where their closest friends and neighbors were some of the great thinkers of the day.
Ralph Waldo Emerson lived across the street, and Nathaniel Hawthorne lived down the road. Henry David Thoreau dropped in nearly every day, and often invited Louisa and her sisters to come along on his famed nature walks.
She used the incidents from the lives of the four sisters at this time in Little Women. Show Clip 2 and have students continue to complete the handout. The Alcotts moved more than 30 times as their fortunes went up and mostly down.
She took on whatever jobs she could find—as a seamstress, teacher, governess, a live-in household servant, and as a laundress, stirring dirty clothing in heavy kettles heated by open fires. A Story of Experience, and gave the jobs to characters in many of her short stories and thrillers.
Show Clip 3 and have students continue to complete the handout.Jul 02, · To respond the meaning of monologue in the of narrative text in the daily life context.
Basic competence To respond the meaning of simple of monologue using oral language accurately, fluency, and acceptably in daily life context in the form of narrative text. In this lesson, students will practice identifying and using adjectives, as well as distinguishing shades of meaning among closely related adjectives.
Shahnameh: an epic composed by the Iranian poet (based on Indo-Iranian Myths), Text file) The central collection of Persian mythology is the Shahnameh of Ferdowsi, written over a thousand years ago.
Ferdowsi's work draws heavily, with attribution, on the stories and characters of Mazdaism and Zoroastrianism, not only from the Avesta, but from later texts such as the Bundahishn and the . Teacher-created and classroom-tested lesson plans using primary sources from the Library of Congress.
A Curriculum of United States Labor History for Teachers. Many students are entering the American labor force for the first time.
These resources teach the rich history of U.S. labor, the importance of workers' past struggles and strides on our economy and society, and the fight many still face.
In , the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, and Written by Himself was published. In it, Douglass criticizes directly—often with withering irony—those who defend slavery and those who prefer a romanticized version of it.