Classical and Public History<br />A Presentation for HIST 4410 <br />By Katie Stringer<br />
Purpose of this project<br />Curriculum based-project<br />To give teachers something fun and creative to present that the...
A lesson plan for 6th grade teachers…<br />Includes TN State Curriculum Standards<br />Background information for the teac...
Let’s try this program out…<br />** You will not get the full experience that students who use the entire lesson plan will...
Worksheet 1<br />Divide into 9 groups (2 or 3 students per group)<br />Each group gets a photo of the primary source and a...
Part Two<br />Discuss your picture and the answers on your worksheet with your classmates<br />Do Worksheet Part 2<br />Di...
More information…<br />
Any elementary or secondary education majors?<br />If you are an education major, would you use this program in the classr...
How is this related to public history?<br />Discussion!<br />What is public history?<br />Why is it important?<br />Do you...
If we have time… <br />… A pretty funny example of public history/creative curriculum at work – great use of pop culture! ...
If you are interested in learning more about Public History…<br />Email me (mks2x@mtmailmtsu.edu) <br />OR<br />Check out ...
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    1. 1. Classical and Public History<br />A Presentation for HIST 4410 <br />By Katie Stringer<br />
    2. 2. Purpose of this project<br />Curriculum based-project<br />To give teachers something fun and creative to present that they don’t have to plan by themselves<br />To inspire students to learn more about Classical and/or ancient history<br />
    3. 3. A lesson plan for 6th grade teachers…<br />Includes TN State Curriculum Standards<br />Background information for the teach<br />Easy to follow, step-by-step instructions for the teacher<br />Primary source images from museum websites<br />More sources for the teacher and/or students<br />Extension activities for interested students or extended class periods<br />
    4. 4. Let’s try this program out…<br />** You will not get the full experience that students who use the entire lesson plan will, because their teachers have 2 50-minute class periods to cover what we will really quickly go over. Sorry! **<br />
    5. 5.
    6. 6. Worksheet 1<br />Divide into 9 groups (2 or 3 students per group)<br />Each group gets a photo of the primary source and a worksheet. <br />Fill out the worksheet.<br />Discussion:Fun or not?<br />Difficult or easy?<br />Did you learn anything?<br />
    7. 7. Part Two<br />Discuss your picture and the answers on your worksheet with your classmates<br />Do Worksheet Part 2<br />Discussion:<br />Fun or not?<br />Difficult or easy?<br />Did you learn anything?<br />
    8. 8. More information…<br />
    9. 9. Any elementary or secondary education majors?<br />If you are an education major, would you use this program in the classroom?<br />As a 6th grade student, how would you feel about this lesson plan? Fun? Boring? Lame? Exciting?<br />
    10. 10. How is this related to public history?<br />Discussion!<br />What is public history?<br />Why is it important?<br />Do you think Public history is applicable to the ancient or classical world?<br />What are some ways that we have learned in this class that the public uses (or abuses?) history?<br />
    11. 11. If we have time… <br />… A pretty funny example of public history/creative curriculum at work – great use of pop culture! <br />You choose:<br />Beatles (Odyssey)<br /> Or<br />Radiohead (Minoans)<br />Discussion:<br />Negatives? Positives?<br />
    12. 12. If you are interested in learning more about Public History…<br />Email me (mks2x@mtmailmtsu.edu) <br />OR<br />Check out my blog at <br />http://katiestringer.wordpress.com<br />

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