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Products for grant BH-261730-18

BH-261730-18
The Concord Landscapes and Legacy of Henry Thoreau
Jayne Gordon, Concord Antiquarian Society

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Lesson plans: Why Does Thoreau Matter? (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Lesson plans: Why Does Thoreau Matter?
Author: Living Deliberately Workshop Participants
Abstract: These lesson plans, created for a range of grade levels and disciplines, use as a base the observations Thoreau made, the questions he asked, and the questions that the teachers (and ultimately their students) will articulate based on their own observations. Participants will have a choice of seven major threads to follow which connect to what we believe are the most important aspects of Thoreau’s thought for young people, and to answer perhaps the most important question of all: Why does Thoreau matter? Being Awake, Aware, and Alive Hearing that Different Drummer Examining Desperate and Deliberate Lives Living in Society Living in Nature Practicing Simplicity Choosing Life with Principle Participants will develop lesson
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://concordmuseum.org/education/neh-landmarks-workshop/workshop-resources-from-2019/
Primary URL Description: This is part of the CONCORD MUSEUM website - on the EDUCATION page.
Audience: K - 12


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