This fun, interactive flippable is a great tool to study historical figures! Featuring Bessie Coleman, students will learn her story, her accomplishments, key character traits, and her impact on our world through a combination of writing and illustration.
Each flip-book is ready to go and easy to assemble. Available in color or black and white, students love to put these projects together and color them.
Flip-Book Research Includes:
*Research based activities such as dates of birth and death and where she grew up
*Influential people in her life
*Her major achievements
*Overcoming Obstacles prompt
*What key character traits have enabled her to reach her goals?
*Reflections on the impact she has had on the world
*Compare and contrast
*Illustrations and artwork components
*Exploring works cited page concepts
In addition to the flip-book, there are several accompanying writing prompts or discussion starters:
"All About Character" explores how character determines success
"A Time In History" explores how being born in a particular time impacts one's life
Compare and Contrast Bessie with Amelia Earhart
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tags: Black History Month / equality / famous women / biographies / research project / character building / informational text / evidenced based writing / internet research / safe internet / fact vs. opinion / Women's History Month / heroes / Equal Rights Amendment / education for all / desegregation / Aren't I A Woman / Hero / Amelia Earhart /