Introducing People In Gertrude Bell's Life
Students will be assuming the role of someone of significance in Gertrude Bell's life. Where possible, they will conduct some research and learn some more regarding that individual. Then, in the role of that person they are to introduce themselves to the class and provide a little more information about themselves. When done and still in their roles, students are then to introduce the next individual who will be portrayed by a fellow student. This will follow in the same manner until all roles are completed.
Have students write an entry for a newspaper, magazine, or other periodical as though they were journalists during Bell's lifetime. They are to research British periodical publications of that era and adopt that style. They shall then report on their choice of the many public events in Bell's life.
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