Daily Lessons for Teaching Eleanor Roosevelt, Volume One, 1884-1933

Blanche Wiesen Cook
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Daily Lessons

Lesson 1

Objective: A biography is a nonfiction account of a person's life with facts and data to support the narrative. This lesson will discuss biographies.

1) Class Discussion: What is a biography? What information must be included in a biography?

Partner Activity: Ask your partner questions about his or her life from the day he or she was born up to the present day.

Individual Activity: Write an outline and a rough draft for a biography about your partner.

Group Activity: Share your outlines and rough drafts with one another. What changes should be made? How could it be written to be more engaging for the reader? What other suggestions do the group members have?

Homework: Write the final draft of your partner's biography.

Lesson 2

Objective: The purpose of this book is to illuminate more details and background of this notable woman. This lesson will discuss this purpose.

1) Partner...

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