veranda to automat

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Today you will pretend to convince an editor to publish a piece of historical fiction. Prepare a PowerPoint presentation or an outline that describes the highlights of the story you would like to publish. Your story is about the scenes in Philip Hale's Crimson Rambler, and Edward Hopper's Automat, which appear on the first screen of this lesson. You will pretend that the two paintings depict the same woman at different times: in 1909 and 1927. Your story will describe the 18-year time span between the paintings and what this woman experienced. You will show how historical events affected her as she evolved from a young woman on the veranda to the woman sitting alone in the Automat.

Complete and submit the Graded Assignment to your teacher by the due date to receive full credit. You will be graded on the content, organization, and spelling and grammar of your presentation.

Graded Assignment Name: HST202A: Modern World Studies | Unit 5 | Lesson 3: A World in Flux Date: Graded Assignment Historical Fiction Complete this Graded Assignment, and submit it to your teacher by the due date for full credit. (50 points) 1. Outline the story you would like to write regarding the woman in the paintings. You can develop a traditional outline, create a PowerPoint presentation, or come up with some other way to present the information. Score Regardless of how you present the information, make sure you:  Provide some details about the main character—the woman from the paintings—such as her name, her physical qualities and personality traits, where she was born, etc.  Briefly describe her life in 1909—How old is she? Where does she live? Is she married? What is a typical day like for her?  List several historical events that actually occurred in the years between 1909 and 1927 that you think might have affected her. For each event, describe how it changed her life.  Briefly describe her life in 1927—How is her life different now? How has she changed? Answer: Your Score © 2009 K12 Inc. All rights reserved. Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited. ___ of 50 Page 1 of 1

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