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ReflectionThis wax museum outline could be integrated into any future classroom and into any future lesson. For example, instead of a language arts lesson, the wax museum could be incorporated for a reading lesson or even a drama class lesson. The students could present important people that have written books, poetry, etc. In a drama class lesson, the students could present information on important figures in plays, movies, etc. For my future classroom, I would want to do a wax museum as a team project. I think that if a teacher could get more than one class involved, the wax museum would end up being large and seem more like a real museum. Real museums tend to have numerous exhibits covering numerous topics. By having lots of classes involved, there can be numerous exhibits and numerous topics. 5
WAXThe wax museum assignment expands verbal communication techniques greatly. Students have to make presentations to numerous people. This will expand their confidence in public speaking. Also, since they will be doing public speaking, they will need to make sure that their speaking is clear and able to be understood by others. Students will also be able to hear other students speak and if they are taking a break, will be able to ask questions to other students about their person. Finally, students could end up working together to create their tri-folds and posters. This would allow for students to express views on what they think is interesting on posters/tri-folds and what is not. If they can let each other know if the posters/tri-folds are interesting and will get other people interested in the person. Also, there could be time within theclassroom to practice their speeches with each other. This would allow for students to ask questions to each other, have interaction, and even collaborate on creating complete sentences and interesting papers. 6