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Items tagged "2013 Boston Marathon": 4

Our Marathon Lesson Plan for High School (9-12)

Oral history is both a critical methodology for the historian and a valuable pedagogical tool for the social studies/history teacher. Students will practice literacy, writing, and speaking and listening skills from their engagement with and assessment of oral histories related to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.

Our Marathon Lesson Plan for Middle School (6-8)

The primary purpose of informative/explanatory writing is to increase the understanding of the reader. In order to write in this text type, students must be able to find and choose relevant information from primary and secondary sources, and combine this new information with background knowledge and experiences. Students will practice literacy and…

Our Marathon Lesson Plan for Kindergarten

The process of using a word or words as the basis for creating an image or drawing to describe the word reinforce acquisition and use of vocabulary. Students will practice writing skills from their engagement with drawings and letters from school children related to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.

Our Marathon Lesson Plan for Late Elementary (4-5)

The primary purpose of informative/explanatory writing is to increase the understanding of the reader. In order to write in this text type, students must be able to find and choose relevant information from primary and secondary sources, and combine this new information with background knowledge and experiences. Students will practice literacy and…