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COMPARING LIFESTYLES THEN AND NOW

COMPARING LIFESTYLES THEN AND NOW. CREATED BY: VALERIE WINKELER, INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY TEACHER. Teacher Page. OBJECTIVE: Students will compare how things were done during Sarah Morton’s Day with how things are done now.

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COMPARING LIFESTYLES THEN AND NOW

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  1. COMPARING LIFESTYLES THEN AND NOW CREATED BY: VALERIE WINKELER, INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY TEACHER Teacher Page

  2. OBJECTIVE: Students will compare how things were done during Sarah Morton’s Day with how things are done now. ACTIVITY: After reading Sarah Morton’s Day, students will go through the slides with the teacher and discuss the questions. PROCEDURE: 1. Read Sarah Morton’s Day together as a class. 2. Go through the slides and discuss the questions as a class. The answers to the questions will appear at the click of the mouse. 3.Students may record their answers in their journals.

  3. Who makes the meals in your family? Sarah’s Home Mother and Sarah My Home ?????

  4. What do you eat for breakfast? Sarah’sHome Hasty pudding My Home ?????

  5. Where do you get your milk? Sarah’s Home From a goat or cow. My Home From the store.

  6. Where do you get your bread? Sarah’s Home Sarah and her mother make the bread. My Home At the store or make it at home.

  7. Where do you get your water? Sarah’s Home From the spring or creek. My Home From the faucet or tap.

  8. What heats your food? Sarah’s Home A fire My Home The oven, stove, grill, or microwave.

  9. What utensils do you use for eating? Sarah’s Home Knives and spoons My Home Forks, knives and spoons

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