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Moana Disney Time-Travel Adventure: History, Anthropology, and Art
In this one-time class, young historians will travel back in time to soak up the world history, anthropology, geography, and mythology that inspired the movie Moana, and explore ancient Polynesia through multi-media content.
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This unique one-time class blends history, anthropology, geography, and mythology with the beloved movie 'Moana'. This movie was inspired by some pretty incredible history. We will learn about the people, who many argue, were the best mariners to have ever lived, and make connections to the cultures and mythology that inspired the movie. Learners will gain an understanding of the historical elements behind the story through a variety of activities including: discussion, photos, videos,...
Learners will gain an understanding of the historical and cultural influences behind the movie "Moana"
I am certified to teach history, culture, and social studies lessons to students grades K-8. I have taught these subjects for over 5 years. In all of my history lessons, all cultures are always presented in an unbiased, non-stereotypical light, showcasing multiple viewpoints.
A piece of paper (or optional printable) and a pencil. Choice of paint, colored pencils, or markers
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Disney often takes artistic license and does not always represent history accurately. We will be learning the true history and comparing it to Disney's version. In all of my history lessons, all cultures are always presented in an unbiased, non-stereotypical light, showcasing multiple viewpoints.
Kelsey CottonHistory Lover, Dancer, Lifelong Learner
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Hello fellow Learners, Explorers, Makers, and Doers! I am a certified educator turned homeschool mom. I have never been your typical "by-the-book" teacher. I am all about fun, movement, creativity, art, and making learning interesting. I have...