Follow the simple steps below to create your own SIX-panel LEGO review of your assigned topic:
STEP ONE: RESEARCH/BRAINSTORM
With your group, look back over the content on your topic. Then, brainstorm some ideas as to how you could use our LEGO stash to recreate your topics.
STEP THREE: DRAW YOUR SIX SCENES
Frame out how your six scenes should look on THIS STORYBOARD. You will turn this in. Then, draw your scenes using dialogue, narration, vocabulary, and historical figures.
The Chronicle of Mongol Life
“Vikings are sailing across the sea.”
“The Vikings land on the shore.”
“The vikings kill and terrorize.”
“They are promptly kicked out.”
“Civil war, death and destruction ensue because the Vikings left.”
“Vikings (Rurik and his two brothers) are invited back in.”
The Chronicle of Subutai the Destroyer
The Chronicle of Novgorod Life
“The people of Novgorod love fishing (especially since they live on a river)!”
“A person ringing the bell (This bell came to symbolize the Republic of Novgorod)”
“Alexander Nevsky (the GOAT) protecting Lord Novgorod The Great from the Swedes (he defeated the Swedes… like… alot)”
The Chronicle of Alexander Nevsky and the Dreaded Swedes!
“With Russia in trouble from the invading Swedes, the Russians ask for help from their hero, Alexander Nevsky!”
“Even more Nevsky vs. Swedes action!”
“Russians and the Swedes do battle!”
“Alexander Nevsky takes on the dreaded Swedes who continually threaten the brave Novgorodians from the West”
“Nevsky leaves Swedes bodies throughout the battlefield. I’m sure we’ll never hear the end of this!”
The Chronicle of Alexander Nevsky vs the Germans
“Nevsky is fishing and a guy comes to tell him that the Germans are coming!”
“Nevsky talks to the townspeople to get them to fight!”
“The Germans and Nevsky meet at the Frozen River”
“Some knights drown in the river and Nevsky wins the Battle of the Ice”
“Nevsky lets the German people go to warn others what happens if they EVER return”
“Nevsky allows for the killing of the German military leaders.”
The Chronicle of Battle of Kulikovo Field
Vladimir converted his people to Christianity
Vladimir dragged statues of the Slavic God Perun, on the ground.
Vladimir beat 4 of his brothers to win the Throne.
Vladimir led conquests to expand his empire.
Vladimir drank (alcohol) a lot.