Scientists: Life Stories
Michael Faraday
Literature Unit 5 Lesson 1
Objective


By the end of the lesson, you will understand
the difference between the historical facts and
the added ficti...
Quick Check


A



B

Lightbulb

Magnetoelectric induction device



C
Racecar
Get your notebooks!

Facts

Fiction
Let’s Review!


Pages 87-99

As you go back over the story, jot your notes down in
your notebooks, writing down the histo...
Historical Facts and Fiction!
Historical Facts

(at least 4)

Added Fictional Details

(at least 4)
What do you think?
Fact or fiction?
No exit ticket. Your BO room
counts as your ticket.




For tomorrow’s class, READ pages 100-107 in
your Classics book. ...
Literature Unit 5, Lesson 1: Michael Faraday's World
Literature Unit 5, Lesson 1: Michael Faraday's World
Literature Unit 5, Lesson 1: Michael Faraday's World
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Literature Unit 5, Lesson 1: Michael Faraday's World

  1. 1. Scientists: Life Stories Michael Faraday Literature Unit 5 Lesson 1
  2. 2. Objective  By the end of the lesson, you will understand the difference between the historical facts and the added fictional elements in “Michael Faraday’s World.”
  3. 3. Quick Check  A  B Lightbulb Magnetoelectric induction device  C Racecar
  4. 4. Get your notebooks! Facts Fiction
  5. 5. Let’s Review!  Pages 87-99 As you go back over the story, jot your notes down in your notebooks, writing down the historical facts and the added fictional elements. In your BO room, fill in the whiteboard with the notes you took from your review. (5 points)
  6. 6. Historical Facts and Fiction! Historical Facts (at least 4) Added Fictional Details (at least 4)
  7. 7. What do you think?
  8. 8. Fact or fiction?
  9. 9. No exit ticket. Your BO room counts as your ticket.   For tomorrow’s class, READ pages 100-107 in your Classics book. “Nikola Tesla, Inventor.” You will not be successful with in-class assignments/discussions if you do not read the assignments before class. 

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