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Name: ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲Date: ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲American Revolution WaxMuseum Project OverviewYou will become an expert on one historical figure who played asignificant role in the American Revolution. For this individual, youcomplete the following tasks:1. Notes: Use at least 3 sources to research and take notesabout the individualʼs life, views, and impact. At least one ofthe sources must be a PRINT source (such as a book,textbook, or print encyclopedia). The remaining sources maybe DIGITAL sources (such as websites and onlineencyclopedias).2. Bibliography: Use EasyBib ( to create abibliography of the sources you used.3. Monologue: Write a monologue (a dramatic, one-personspeech) in first person point-of-view from the individualʼsperspective. Your monologue must be memorized.4. Props: Create props for your monologue that clearly relateto your individualʼs role in the American Revolution.5. Glog: Create a glog (an online interactive poster) aboutyour individual that includes text, photos, graphics, andsounds. You will use the Glogster website to do this.6. Costume: Create a colonial costume to wear so that youresemble your individual.Copyright 2013 Tolulope Noah

WAX MUSEUMThe American Revolution Wax Museum will be held ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲. During the Wax Museum, youwill dress up as your historical figure and present your monologueto guests as they visit your station. Your props and glog will alsobe on display. Additional details about the Wax Museum will beprovided in the upcoming weeks.PROPS & COSTUME REQUIREMENTSYou will create/prepare the props for your monologue at home. Allprops are due on ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲.In addition, you will prepare your costume for the Wax Museum athome. Your costume is due on ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲.Boysʼ Costume A plain white or beige long-sleeved shirt A vest Dark-colored pants (not jeans)- Roll them up to your knees or cutthem justbelow the knees to create breeches. Long white or dark-colored socks that come over your knees Knit cap, wide-brimmed hat, or tricorn hat Wig (optional) A cravat (optional)Copyright 2013 Tolulope Noah

Girlsʼ Costume A long skirt (solid, striped, floral, plaid, or checkered) with a longsleevedplain white blouse OR a long dress with solid, striped, floral, plaid,orcheckered fabric White or dark-colored socks or tights A long apron that ties at your waist (solid, striped, floral, plaid, orcheckered) White mob cap A handkerchief or cloth napkin, tied at the neck (optional) Wig (optional)There is no need to buy an outfit! One option is to transform theclothing that you already have in your closets at home into acolonial outfit. Another option is to visit your local thrift store toassemble an outfit.PLEASE COMPLETE THE BOTTOM PORTION OF THIS PAGE AND RETURN y name is ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲.My historical figure is ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲.PARENT:I have read the requirements for the American Revolution WaxMuseum Project and discussed them with my child.Parentʼs Signature ̲̲ Date ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲Copyright 2013 Tolulope Noah

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Name: ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲Date: ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲American Revolution WaxMuseum Notes PacketMy historical figure is ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲.LifeWhen was he/she born? ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲Where did he/she �̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲What was his/her family �̲̲̲̲̲Copyright 2013 Tolulope Noah

What was his/her occupation ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲What important events occurred during his/her life? This canincludes details related to education, marriage, children, obstaclesfaced, accomplishments, ̲̲̲̲When did he/she die? ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲Copyright 2013 Tolulope Noah

ViewsWhat were his/her views (beliefs) about British rule and ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲What were his/her reasons for supporting the �̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲Copyright 2013 Tolulope Noah

ImpactWhat role did he/she play in the American Revolution? What affectdid his/her actions have on the American Revolution? Be ̲̲̲̲̲Copyright 2013 Tolulope Noah

Famous QuotesWhat are some famous or important quotes that your historicalfigure said or wrote? Copy the quotes below, and put quotationmarks around �̲̲̲BibliographyUse EasyBib ( create a bibliography of thesources you used for your notes. Remember that you are requiredto use at least 3 sources. One of the sources must be a PRINTsource (e.g., book, textbook, or print encyclopedia). The remainingsources may be DIGITAL sources (such as websites and onlineencyclopedias). Your sources should be listed in alphabetical order.Staple your bibliography to the end of this packet.Copyright 2013 Tolulope Noah

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Name: ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲Date: ̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲̲Helpful Research Websites Libertyʼs Kids Archive̲who.html Fact Monster: U.S. History Biographies .html Social Studies for Kids: American Revolution revolution.htm Social Studies for Kids: Revolutionary War http://www

American Revolution Wax Museum Project Overview You will become an expert on one historical figure who played a significant role in the American Revolution. For this individual, you complete the following tasks: 1. Notes: Use at least 3 sources to research and take notes about the individualʼs life, views, and impact. At least one of

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