A Writing Across the Curriculum Lesson from HistoryFix
Historical Topic: any noteworthy historical figures Students Write: a story

Navigating WritingFix & HistoryFix:

WritingFix Homepage

HistoryFix Homepage

iPod and Song Lyric Lesson Homepage


Navigating this lesson:

Return to the Writing Lesson

Student Samples for this Lesson


Denise Boswell has been a Northern Nevada Writing Project Teacher Consultant since 2004. She is an instructor in the NNWP's Writing Across the Curriculum courses. She teaches fifth graders in Sparks, Nevada.

Denise invites you to publish your students' writing done with this lesson at this posting page.

A Letter to Me...
George Washington
Reflects on his Life

This writing across the curriculum lesson was created by Nevada teacher Denise Boswell, who hosts our HistoryFix lesson collection.

Denise considers this writing assignment to be appropriate for students in grades 5-12.

Student Samples Being Sought for this Lesson:

If your students (grades 5-12) write using this lesson, and you want to send us a powerful example, we'll consider publishing it on this page. Help us celebrate one of your student writers while inspiring other writers from around the world who use this prompt. If we publish here as part of the lesson, you will receive one of the NNWP's Print Guides for your classroom.

This is a brand new lesson Denise created over the summer of 2010. She will be publishing her fifth graders' samples here in the near future.

She invites you to use/adapt this lesson and share the writing it inspired from your students. We have designated this posting page for this purpose.

WritingFix Homepage HistoryFix Homepage  Writing Across the Curriculum Homepage
 Return to the Writing Lesson

© WritingFix. All rights reserved.