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The Daniel Hale Williams All-About Research Project Graphic Organizer is the perfect tool to help students write their first research paper or biography for Black History Month or Famous Doctors.

This printable research booklet is a great way to help children organize their facts about Daniel Hale Williams, who was an African-American surgeon, who in 1893 performed what is referred to as “the first successful heart surgery”. The booklet includes a cover page, 5 pages of graphic organizers, and extra writing paper choices.

Students will answer the following questions about this person:

  • What are some things you would like to learn about this person?
  • When was this person born?
  • When did this person pass?
  • What was their childhood like?
  • How and when did they grow up?
  • Who were the important people in their life?
  • Where were they born? (students can color or circle the location on the map)
  • What challenges did they face?
  • What were some of their accomplishments?
  • What was one of their quotes?
  • What were some major events in their life?
  • Why were they an important figure in history?
  • What are some fun facts you learned about this person?
  • What lesson(s) can you learn from this person?

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