Social Studies (History)

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What does it mean by setting a scene?

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    It could mean several things. Can you be more specific and put this term in context?

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    Scene as in for a character to be in.

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    The setting is the time and place.

    He could be in the woods of Maine today.

    He could be in Dallas, Texas, in November, 1960.

    He could be in a Seattle high school classroom in 2010.

    He could be riding with Paul Revere at the start of the American Revolution.

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