TOPIC OF STUDY
The History of the
“In the 5th century, Japan’s farmers, hunters, and warriors packed their lunches in sacks or boxes and brought them to the fields. The design is derived from a farmer’s seed box, and usually features multiple compartments for different dishes, such as rice, vegetables, and fish.
More recently the Bento Box has transformed to food art and seen a social status. Some parents spend 45 minutes preparing their child’s Bento Box for school.
The same precision and care that a parent puts into making their child’s bento box is now trending with photographing books. #BentoBooks photos are created to invoke the message, theme, and story of the book.
HISTORY TOPIC: INSERT TOPIC HERE
You will research the assigned topic and photograph a HISTORY BENTO to show your understanding of the learning concepts
Have a photo of your topic in the photo. You can add this in later.
The items added to your history bento photo must have symbolic significance (see next slide)
You will add your finalized photo to a Google Slide where you will explain the symbolism (see example)
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READ THIS INFORMATION
REVIEW THIS VOCABULARY
Add 8 items to your HISTORY BENTO that represent the following answers. You will need to explain the connection.
Why did this happen?
Perspective 1: What were differing perspectives on this event
Perspective 2: What were differing perspectives on this event
How were people’s civil liberties violated?
Connecting: Link this event to comparable events in US History
At least 1 other items that help the audience understand the significance of the topic
How is this event remembered in America today? Have we learned from it?
Add 8 items to your BENTO that explain the connection.
Add 8 captions to explain your photo or digital scene which tie in the vocabulary associated with the topic of study.
(see examples on the next slides)
The next slide is an example of how you should set yours up
Start researching, brainstorming, and setting up your Book Bentos. Turn into Google Classroom!
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