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    The Middle Ages Powerpoint
     
     
     

    Directions: Write on the following topic.

     

    1. If you could take a vacation or go on a journey when you get “spring fever,” where would you want to go? Why would you want to go there?

     

    1. What is your favorite story (from a book, movie, or television program)? What did you learn from the story?

     

    1. Who is the most interesting person that you have ever met?

     

    1. Which job, career, or occupation do you feel is the most interesting? How do you think people in our society view that occupation or job?

     

    1. Which kind of entertainment do you prefer in a book or movie -- adventure, romance, comedy, drama? Why? How does it make you feel?

     

    1. It is said that “clothes make the man (or woman).” Write about a time when your choice of clothing reflected the kind of person that you were—or want to be.

     

    1. If you could visit another time period, which one would it be? What would you hope to learn about the people who lived in that time period?

     

    1. Agree or disagree: Society changes with the times, yet people remain pretty much the same.

     

    1. Do you think we form opinions of people based upon the way that they speak? If so, do you speak differently among your friends, in school, at home? Why/why not?

     

    1. Suppose that you were selected to place five things in a time capsule to be buried on school property. What five items would you place in it? What would each thing tell a person living several hundred years in the future about our society and our culture?

      Directions: Write on the following topic. You will have ten minutes to write.

       

      1. If you could take a vacation or go on a journey when you get “spring fever,” where would you want to go? Why would you want to go there?

       

      1. What is your favorite story (from a book, movie, or television program)? What did you learn from the story?

       

      1. Who is the most interesting person that you have ever met?

       

      1. Which job, career, or occupation do you feel is the most interesting? How do you think people in our society view that occupation or job?

       

      1. Which kind of entertainment do you prefer in a book or movie -- adventure, romance, comedy, drama? Why? How does it make you feel?

       

      1. It is said that “clothes make the man (or woman).” Write about a time when your choice of clothing reflected the kind of person that you were—or want to be.

       

      1. If you could visit another time period, which one would it be? What would you hope to learn about the people who lived in that time period?

       

      1. Agree or disagree: Society changes with the times, yet people remain pretty much the same.

       

      1. Do you think we form opinions of people based upon the way that they speak? If so, do you speak differently among your friends, in school, at home? Why/why not?

       

      1. Suppose that you were selected to place five things in a time capsule to be buried on school property. What five items would you place in it? What would each thing tell a person living several hundred years in the future about our society and our culture?
     
     
Last Modified on January 31, 2011