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Lesson Plans


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Claudia Lopez (cllopez)
Wed, 5 Nov 1997 17:48:34 -0700 (MST)

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Haydee and I are presenting our questioning strategy for the
lesson plan about the Vietnam Memorial at the fifth grade level.

What do you see?
What do you think the wall is made of?
What do you see on the wall's surface?
What do these names represent?
What colors do you see?
What shape does the wall form?

Do you think engraving these names on the wall makes the names more
Does anybody know where this wall is located at?
Do you think this is a good location?

How does it make you feel?
What do you think the purpose of this wall is?
Anybody can visit the wall, what do you think someone who has lost their
son feels when they visit the wall?
What do you think a veteran who lost their best friend feels when they
visit the wall?
How can your feelings differ from those of other people?
How do you think the wall fits in with the environment?

By looking at the wall, you can see that it is shiny, do you think that
this is important? If so, why?
Do you think your reflection is part of the artwork and why?

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