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Living History: A Wax Museum ProjectDrew RosaGrand Canyon University: ELM-55010/2/2019
Social Studies DifferentiationPart 1:Lesson PlanOutlineSocial studies standard: SS.5.HT.5.5.Create and interpret timelines showing major people,events and developments in the early history of the United States.Arts standard:TH.4.PR1.51. Participate in defined responsibilities requiredto present adrama/theatre workinformally to an audience.Grade level:5rdGradeGrade level:Social studies standard:Arts standard:Learning objective:1-2 lLearningOobjectives:Given multiple resources such as books and websites, studentswill be able to identifya significant individual in historyandresearch that person’s life andcontributions to the world byportrayal during the school Wax Museumwith at least 3important details abouttheir selectionwith 100% accuracy.Description of the learning activity that integrates social studies and the arts (100-150words):Students will be given a list of historical figures who have had a large influenceonUnited States history to research. If students aren’t able to find someone on the list ofapproved figures that they would like to research they maychoose someone else with the