The social studies standard: Standard 2;Application of Content Through PlanningThe arts standard: Anchor standard 6; conveymeaning through the presentation of artistic work.Learning objectives: Be able to research throughwritten works about famous Americans.Be able to report about famous Americans from afirst-person perspective.How and where: the students will have to presenta life story about their favorite past famousAmericans who have already died. Thepresentation will be done in class in front of otherstudents waiting to make or have completed theirpresentations. The other guest will include theirparents and guardians.Integrating art and drama: They will integrate artand drama by dressing as their favorite historicalfigures and mimicking their speaking styles forthose who will have found the videos and audiorecordings for these past famous figures.Expectations for the students: someone who isimportant to their state of America. The personshould have lived between 1850 and 2000. Theperson should be associated with something youhave learned about this year.Physical and visual presentation: visually, thestudent will write on a large hard paper;the
name of the historical figure, their birth andchildhood, how they schooled, their majoraccomplishments and the impact, otheraccomplishments and their impact, how they growup and then what led to their death. On the otherhand, physically, the students will put on an attireassociated with the figure of their interest. It canbe a hat, mustache, shoes, or hairstyle, and so on.