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Stick Figure Personality Portraits

Stick Figure Personality Portraits

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Stick-Figure Personality Portraits

Modern World History Layered Curriculum

Objective: To research and report on the life and ideas of the central persons within World History.

Assignment: Create a personality portrait poster that provides the rest of the class with the important details of a central figure of this period of World History.

The stick figure poster format is one that you will use again in this course and in other social studies classes during your time at Free State High. This format is useful in providing a variety of information about historical figures while allowing for creativity, design, humor, and artistic expression within this form of communication.

The stick figure format should include as much of the following information as possible: ideas, vision, words, actions, strengths, feelings, weaknesses, and travels; as well as a timeline of key events in their lifetime and major world or regional events related to their legacy. Please record your findings on the back of this sheet.





TOPIC: IDEAS: What were some of their thoughts and/or beliefs?

VISION: What sort of future did they have in mind? What were some of their goals?

WORDS: Give a notable quote.

ACTIONS: What were some significant things that they did?

STRENGTHS: In what areas did they excel?

FEELINGS: Feelings might include love, hate, greed, envy, sorrow, etc.

WEAKNESSES: Did they have any shortcomings? Controversies?

TRAVELS: Where were they from? Where did they go?

TIMELINE: What and when were some key events of their life?

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