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African- American Stories: Story of the U.S. White House & Lego Build
Students will hear the true story of how enslaved and free people cleared the land and built the US White House in 1792. Students will then use lego's to create their own mini version of the US White House. We will then share our creations!
Alycia Wright, M.Ed
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The teacher will discuss the story and draw their attention to the different groups who worked on the building of the first US White House and their stories. The emphasis of the class will be on the contributions of enslaved Africans, working conditions, and how some were able to use those skills learned in forced labor to purchase their own freedom later. After we discuss the story, students will use Lego pieces to create their own version of the U.S. White House, while imagining they are...
Students will learn the history of how the U.S. White House was built. Students will then use their creativity & my guidance to create their own White House using lego pieces. Students will be able to answer basic questions answering who, what, when, where and why, as it relates to the story.
Questions/Answers Final lego product.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Alycia Wright, M.EdAlycia Wright, M.Ed
1470 total reviews
576 completed classes
I am an experienced and licensed educator of over ten years. My expertise is in reading, comprehension and phonetic training. I have certifications in Exceptional Education, Gifted Education and Instructional Technology. I enjoy teaching many...