More than just reformers and abolitionists, this TV or radio style report features an oral research project for students to prepare a 1-2 minute radio-style report on reform workers of the 19th century. Intended for Middle School Social Studies, students can pair up or report solo on make reform movements including abolitionist work, prohibition, religion, women's rights, and more, you can add or adjust the list of reformers on page 2 as needed. Its fun! And important! Great way to learn and practice history knowledge.
A first page script outline gives lines for reports, they are centered because broadcasters write in a way for less eye movement, and about 5 seconds to read each line if written in a medium font.
This is a great project for practicing public speaking, timing, and making informative and entertaining presentations.
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