1800's Newspaper. MOVIE REVIEW. Students will write a critique of a movie or theater production shown in the 1800’s. Summarize story line. Summarize main characters, plot, setting. Include opinion of movie or show – use thought of it at the time Give rating out of four stars.
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Students will write a critique of a movie
or theater production shown in the 1800’s
Students will create their own newspaper advertisements featuring a product from the 19th Century.
Students will create a graphic that shows ethnic information of a region of the U.S. during the 1800’s.
Choose a state or region of the U.S. during one decade (10 year span) of the 1800’s
OF THE DAY
Find a term that was commonly used in the 1800’s but may not be familiar today
Students will write a short letter describing the benefits or detriments of an invention of the 1800’s.
Students will write an interview of a 19th century person.
Write questions as if you are talking and answers as if given by the person
Students will write a birth announcement about a 19th Century person.
Mary Martha Smith
A girl, Mary Martha, was born on Thursday, April 5, 1845 to Peter and Margaret (Johnson) Smith of Plainview, Kentucky. Mary joins her sister Anna and brother John at home.
Students will write a persuasive essay.
Students will write about a problem they would like another to answer. Students will then respond to that problem.
Find a social problem of the 1800’s (gambling, prostitution, slave-selling, etc.)
Students will write a news story based on an invention from the 1800’s.
Students will write an obituary for a person who lived in the 1800’s.
Students will write a complete story about a sports-related topic or a past time of the 1800’s.