Theodore Roosevelt Sensory Figure Example

Theodore Roosevelt Sensory Figure Example
Theodore Roosevelt Sensory Figure Example
Theodore Roosevelt Sensory Figure Example
Theodore Roosevelt Sensory Figure Example
Theodore Roosevelt Sensory Figure Example
Theodore Roosevelt Sensory Figure Example
Theodore Roosevelt Sensory Figure Example
Theodore Roosevelt Sensory Figure Example
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Read more about how sensory figures can enhance a variety of your lessons below! This Theodore Roosevelt sensory figure example can be printed in black and white or color. It is meant to serve as an example of how sensory figures can be used in the classroom. There is a blank version that can be given to students, and there is a version with sample answers to help you get a sense of what potential answers might look like. The "answer key" can also be distributed to students to help them understand how to complete a blank sensory figure. I have over 20 sensory figure sets available in my store, and more will be added over time.

A sensory figure is a drawing of a historical, living, or fictional figure with first-person descriptions of what they might have thought, seen, heard, touched, said, felt, or otherwise experienced during their lifetime. Students “show what they know” about the figure by writing 1-2 sentence descriptions for their figure’s thoughts, feelings, and actions. After writing the descriptions, students connect them to the part of the body to which it most closely relates. For example, a feeling might be connected to the heart. The descriptions should be specific to the historical figure’s life, not generic statements that could apply to anyone. Students should be encouraged to address several topics in their descriptions instead of repeating information. Sensory figures are also a great way to do character analysis!

They're an engaging way for students to both organize information as they’re learning and demonstrate their knowledge. They can be used to research the figure in a biography project or even as an assessment after other learning opportunities have taken place. Sensory figures allow students to imagine themselves in their figure’s shoes, thereby gaining a deeper understanding of their figure’s experiences. In addition to focusing on specific people, sensory figures can also be used with groups of people (for example, Confederate soldiers or Loyalists) to define the characteristics that separate them from other groups. Because of their interactive nature, sensory figures are great for interactive notebooks! Finally, they are readily adapted in order to meet a variety of student needs. You can give all students the same figure to fill out, or you can have them complete different ones. I’ve found that students enjoy sharing their figures with partners or doing a gallery walk to see their classmates’ work. You can reinforce vocabulary associated with the figures by providing a word bank of terms students should use in their descriptions.

You may also be interested in these sensory figures sets:
Black Historical Sensory Figures
Historical Figures & Cultural Icons Sensory Figures
Historical Americans Sensory Figures
Athletes and Sports Sensory Figures
Early Peoples and Ancient Civilizations Sensory Figures Bundle
Scientists and Inventors Sensory Figures
Women in History Sensory Figures

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