Book jackets are powerful ways for students to show their understanding of a book they have read or an event from history. Great for any unit of study, students love this book jacket project
which balances analytical thinking with creative talents. What would a book jacket for the pacific theater in World War II convey or one for Jane Addams and Hull House?
Included in this project guide:
- Research Template
- Student directions for researching and creating a book jacket
- Book Jacket Template
- Sample student project
This project is a lifelong tool applicable to any unit of study.
This resource is available in the following money-saving bundles:
-Student choice for projects: Research Project Bundle
-Biographies projects Historic figure or biography project bundle
Research projects currently available include:
- Build a Resume for Historic Figure
- Create a journal as a historic figure
- Build a Linkedin Profile for a Historic Figure
- Create a blog social studies project
- Photo Journal social studies project
- Writing a Research Paper: A student's guide to writing a research paper
- Research Project: Create a book jacket
- Research Project: A visual timeline for a social studies project
- Create an artifact project
-Create a picture book project
-Research project - Create a comic book
-Twitter feed - social studies project
- Research Project - Pamphlets
- Research Project - Movie Poster (not yet available elsewhere in the store)
- Research Project - Historic Scrapbook (not yet available elsewhere in the store)
- Research Project: Trifold Posters (not yet available elsewhere in the store
These projects are a lifelong tool applicable to any unit of study.
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