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Running head: WAX1Wax Museum/Student Expectation OutlineErin McLinskyGrand Canyon University: ELM 550November 7, 2018
WAXWax Museum/Student Expectation OutlineOutlineSocial Studies Standard:Kansas Standards for History, Government, and Social Studies Standard 1: Choices have consequences. 2: Individuals have rights and responsibilities.3: Societies are shaped by beliefs, idea, and diversity.4: Societies experience continuity and change over time.5: Relationships between people, place, idea, and environments are dynamic.Arts standard: VA:Cn11.1.5a: Identify how art is used to inform or change beliefs, values, or behaviors of an individual or society. Learning Objectives: Students will understand who the important players were in The American Revolution. They will be able to explain who they are and what they did and why they were important to the American Revolution.How and Where the Wax Museum will be Presented: The 5thgrade classes of the school will present their wax museum in the school gymnasium on a Thursday night. Each class will pick a different subject from the state standards.My class is doing The American Revolution. Another class will do colonization, another will do the road to Independence, and finally the fourth class will present building a new nation. During the Wax Museum, each student in the fifth grade will be dressed up as the person that chose to “bring to life”. However, they will be frozen until someone comes up to them and presses their 2
WAXbutton (a red paper button that has been placed on the floor next to the student). After their button is pushed, the student will become unfrozen and present their character. They will explain the person’s life and describe how that person was important. This lesson successfully integrates

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