Reflection: Relevance Who is Crispus Attucks? A Unknown Hero - Section 2: Bell Ringer

 

It was so much fun watching students create their own superheroes. It is amazing what criteria students used to describe a hero especially during this time. I really enjoyed how this activity connected students to what we were talking about today. I was really able to see a different side of my students and enjoy that inner child for just a few minutes of class.

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Who is Crispus Attucks? A Unknown Hero

Unit 6: Interdisciplinary Unit: Building ELA Skills Through Historical Documents
Lesson 8 of 11

Objective: SWBAT determine a theme or central idea of a piece of text and provide an objective summary of how Attucks is an American hero during the American Revolutionary time period.

Big Idea: An Almost Forgotten Entry in Book of Revolutionary Period Records

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