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This podcast is part of the series: Wax Museum at LES
Madison as Wilma Rudolph
Lakewood Elementary School
Phenix City School District
Each year, fourth grade students at Lakewood Elementary School research people who have made a significant contribution to society. We dress up like those people and share what we learn about them in our wax museum exhibit. Other students, teachers, and parents come see what we've learned. As each guest approaches us, we share the biography of our famous person - just like you'd see in the real wax museums. It's a lot of work to prepare...and a lot of fun to share. We're glad we can share our wax museum exhibit with you.
Content Areas: English/Language Arts, Social Studies
Alabama Course of Study Alignments and/or Professional Development Standard Alignments:
[ELA] (4) 3: Use a wide range of strategies, including distinguishing fiction from nonfiction and making inferences, to comprehend fourth-grade recreational reading materials in a variety of genres.
[ELA] (4) 8: Compose descriptive texts using an introductory paragraph, sensory details, vivid language, and a conclusion.
[ELA] (4) 12: Organize information on a specific topic obtained from grade-appropriate reference materials.
[ELA] (4) 13: Demonstrate eye contact, articulation, and appropriate voice intonation with descriptive presentations.
[ELA2013] (4) 29: Recall relevant information from experiences or gather relevant information from print and digital sources; take notes and categorize information, and provide a list of sources. [W.4.8]