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An Entire Unit that Teaches Students How to Write a Magazine! Writers Choose a Subject for Their Magazine and Write: 1. An Interview Article 2. An Editorial Article 3. An Informational Article All Materials included Allowing You to Focus on Your Teaching Craft: - 23 Easy-to-Follow Lesson Plans -
This three-week unit, geared toward junior high and high school students, focuses on the components of print media. Every day, students will have a different "daily media study," which could be recent magazine articles or advertisements, billboard advertisements, newspaper articles, or journals. S
This is a final project for Farewell to Manzanar. Students are asked to create a magazine, newspaper, or brochure based on the book in four different sections. There are specific instructions about what to include and the formatting but students are asked to be creative and make use of interesting
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6th - 10th
The project invites students to publish a magazine about a topic that interests them! I encourage you to let students research their topic before the start. The project requires that students write an article about their topic using each of the following text structures: description, sequencing, pro
Magazine Ad Book Report. This book report assignment has students create an advertisement to encourage readers to get their book. Students produce a colorful advertisement for their book which includes an illustration and 5 sentences that show deep understanding and entice people to read their book.
Writing! Editing! Research! Cross-curriculum work! This fun project has it all. Coordinate the culmination of your lesson with having the kids design a MAGAZINE. They will write articles, design advertisements corresponding with lessons and organize it all together. They will love being creative
A creative project where students will use Microsoft Publisher (or other available software) to create their very own Roaring Twenties (1920s era) style magazine highlighting important social, political, and economic events and trends. Students create their very own cover, table of contents includi
This is a fun assignment that I created, which I found students really getting in to. Have them choose a magazine theme of their interest (Be sure to screen the type of magazine that they choose as some students may try to push the envelope with their content). I use this in my desktop publishing un
In this reading project, students will create a full color magazine related to the themes and topics in a book they have read. The project can be completed independently outside of class based on a book the student has read, or in class based on a novel or other piece that has been read. Students wi
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6th - 10th
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A very hands-off project-based unit of work designed to encourage independent learning and inventive ideas. I originally created this project for a very weak Year 8 base set class. They loved the project and their final e-magazine is included with the lessons as an example for you to see how they pe
Creating a 1920's Magazine project sheet walks students through steps of making a modern magazine version using 1920's content. I've had tremendous luck with this project sheet (minimal questions) and the students have always seemed to enjoy creating this magazine. Thanks!
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This lesson enables students to understand the different changes they will endure throughout puberty. They are able to do this lesson independently/pairs/ or small groups. Students will sort physical, social, and emotional changes of puberty in a chart on a ppt, the ppt can also be printed off, so t
Life Visits the Harlem Renaissance. Pretend you are the managing editor for Life Magazine. You have been assignment to cover the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920’s. Students will create a historically accurate magazine from the Harlem Renaissance or a Powerpoint project.
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This is a project based on a magazine which covers different contents of grammar and vocabulary. English learners can enjoy making a magazine and improve their writing skills.My students really enjoyed it, hope yours too ;)
Students use this instructional rubric to create a magazine ad for a restaurant in Adobe InDesign.
This is a project/activity where students are required to create a magazine of their choosing in order to reflect on and learn about the financial power of advertising in society.
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5th - 10th
Students will create a muckraker magazine about important issues of the Progressive Era, such as big business and labor issues.
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10th - 12th
JIGSAW PROJECT: CREATE AN AFRICAN AMERICAN MAGAZINE ABOUT FREEDOMInquiry Question: How did African Americans combat segregation after Reconstruction?PERFECT FOR A COOPERATIVE DIGITAL DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSROOM!Keep learning at home fun with cooperative projects, not boring lectures and powerpoint p
I love giving creative projects as assessments. The Verb Project allows students to be creative in naming and formatting their magazine, all while synthesizing their knowledge of all verb rules. Students must find an example for each and every verb rule, and then defend how their chosen example f
This is a great BLACK HISTORY MONTH basic design assignment on BLACK LIVES MATER you can create in Photopea; a program similar to Photoshop CC.
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5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
If you’ve been watching TV or reading magazines, chances are you've seen a tiny house. These little homes are everywhere...and now, we're asking students to make their own 3D version! Build A Tiny House is a project based learning (PBL) activity that'll put the designing into the hands of the stude
Through studying a magazine article, students will see how genre and intended audience will shape the style, content and tone of a piece of writing. ************************************************************************** OTHER WAYS TO BUY THIS LESSON 1) Get this in my INFORMATIONAL TEXT BUNDL
Have student create a text feature book to help students practice identifying nonfiction text features and their purpose. Students can create a class book or an individual book for student reference. This makes a fun nonfiction text features lesson. You can have students find examples in magazine
Craft a magazine cover that highlights the true value of a girl's self-worth, mindset, character, and inner beauty. Let's help teach girls the importance of focusing on the body of their character and not the character of their body. Product includes:1. Self portrait magazine templates for designin

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