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Teach students about famous women in history such as Marie Curie, a female scientist and two-time Nobel Peace Prize winner - a first for women scientists. This activity uses 1 Marie Curie biography song that can be accessed on YouTube or TPT for students to listen to as a part of the activity. The song explores Curie's early childhood, university career, and challenges and accomplishments as a female scientist, specifically noting her success as the first female and two-time winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. If your students enjoy rap/hip-hop music or girl-power songs, they will love decoding multisyllabic words while learning about Marie Curie.
Listen to the song in the preview!
This activity includes:
- the song lyrics
- a list of multiple-choice comprehension questions with the answer key
- a multiple-choice context clues activity for defining vocabulary words with the answer key
- a timeline activity with a graphic organizer
- a sequential paragraph activity that utilizes the timeline
How to use this resource:
- Students will preview the comprehension questions on pages 1 and 2 then listen to the song while following along with the lyrics on pages 3 and 4.
- Next, students will answer the questions on pages 1 and 2.
- Students will then complete the context clues, timeline, and sequential paragraph activities on the following pages.
- The answer key for pages 1, 2, 5, and 6 are located on pages 9, 10, 11, and 12.
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*Music provided by Rujay. Instrumental: "Fear God" by Luxray. Channel: https://YouTube.com/user/RujayTV.
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