Put your students in charge of current events with this engaging Student-Designed Gallery Walk
. Students analyze current events and create a gallery display in one of three formats. Students then go on a gallery walk of each other’s work and learn about what's going on in the world today.
This detailed guide includes:
- Teacher guidelines for introducing the activity
- Student handouts and directions for creating gallery walk displays and for gallery walk itself
Student created projects for any unit 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
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