End of the Year Activity- Classroom Survival Guide
This is a 9 page "Survival Guide" for your current students to design for next year's students. It's playfully worded and fun for students who need a break at the end of the year.
Your current students will reflect on what worked for them in your biology classroom, what they did in order to "survive"- study tips, homework tips, what they wish they did differently, etc.
The completed guides will serve as a resource for new students who would like a previous student's view on how to survive biology class and what to expect.
And lastly, this serves as a "survey in disguise". They are fun to read and you can learn a thing or two, like maybe some common themes that students struggle with or some suggestions they have to make learning easier for them.
Parts of the Classroom Survival Guide (fill in style):
-Part One: The Teacher
-Part Two: Advice
-Part Three: Tips and Tools for Tests and Homework
-Part Four: Topics that Require Caution
-Part Five: Adventure
-Part Six: Closing Notes
-About the Author
There is a GOOGLE version that is completely paperless .Due to the nature of this product, it is not editable. A link to the biology survival guide is also included should you choose to use it. (Two links total: one for general classroom use and one specifically for biology).
Looking for the paper versions?
Classroom Survival Guide- Paper version
Biology Survival Guide- Paper version
Why use this guide:
Fun, creative, and meaningful way to end the year!
Fun to read!
Survey in disguise!
Helps student growth!
End of the year reflection for both students and teachers alike.
What's the story with DIGITAL
✮ Say goodbye to the "trusty" copy machine!
✮ No Paper, no cutting!
✮ NO mess!
✮ Expand the lives of your colored pencils, scissors, and glue sticks- they are not required.
✮ Students can personalize their masterpieces!
✮ Option to print.
✮ Great supplement to traditional paper interactive notebooks.
Vanessa Jason Biology Roots
For single classroom only; not to be shared publicly (do not create publicly accessible links).
Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or district is prohibited. Failure to comply is a violation of the DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act).
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