Portfolio Essay #3

Thoroughly research an historic event or personage that has become part of American mythology, particularly as found in popular culture such as comic
books, children’s books, cartoons, etc. What really occurred? Who really was the historical person? What are the characteristics of the myth created? How was the myth created? By whom? Why? What do we have to gain by decoding and re-examining the myth? Be sure to use the modes of narration presented in Lies My Teacher Told Me as tools for analysis and to include concessions to other points of view. You may not use a character discussed in depth in Lies My Teacher
Told Me.
☛ Focus on one historical character or event that you feel is not covered well in a
typical middle or high school book or class. Research the person or event.
Argue how and why that person or event needs to be included in high school or
middle school curriculum. It was brought up that students resent being told lies
until college. But how does one tell the story of history to children and teens?
Devise a way to relay history to these age groups without lying. Explain how this
will affect their relations to society. You may not use a character or even
discussed in depth in Lies My Teacher Told Me.
☛ Research and analyze a monument for a specific moment or aspect of
American history. What do its design and architecture suggest? What artistic
styles are used and what does that suggest politically, socially, culturally? Where
is it placed geographically? How does the monument affect the way people
understand and react to what’s being memorialized? What is the real story of
what’s memorialized? What’s the mythological story? What does the difference
between them indicate?
**One source must be from the book “Lies My Teacher Told Me”** Other sources can be from credible articles.

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