Summarize and reflect on how the wax museum  outline could be successfully integrated into a future classroom.

Details:
Content-based classroom events can be a fun way to engage students   and involve families in their children’s education. Planning for   such an event in your classroom is a big task and takes time and   preparation. Preparing for assignments and events requires attention   to detail, realistic and specific expectations, and practice.

Part 1: Outline

Select a grade level 5-8 and outline a lesson that integrates social   studies and the arts, and turns the classroom into a wax museum as an   instructional activity. The outline given to the students should   provide the rationale for the assignment, explain the requirements to   successfully complete the assignment, and describe how to present the   wax museum to peers and families.

Include the following in the outline for the wax museum activity:

  1. A state social studies standard and an arts standard.
  2. Learning objectives
  3. Description of how and where the     wax museum will be presented, including how it successfully     integrates two visual arts components (art, music, dance,   drama).
  4. Expectations for the student that explain the     requirements, i.e., select a historical figure that has had an     influence locally or globally.
  5. How students will present     selected figure visually and physically.
  6. Guidelines for     students on using technology to find and use information resources     as preparation for the wax museum presentation.
  7. The     technological tools you would use to share this event with the     school, families, and the community.

Part 2: Reflection

In 250-500 words, summarize and reflect on how the wax museum  outline could be successfully integrated into a future classroom. How   does this assignment expand verbal communication techniques, including   inquiry, collaboration, and student interaction?