End of the year project: People in U.S. History

End of the year project:  People in U.S. History
End of the year project:  People in U.S. History
End of the year project:  People in U.S. History
End of the year project:  People in U.S. History
End of the year project:  People in U.S. History
End of the year project:  People in U.S. History
End of the year project:  People in U.S. History
End of the year project:  People in U.S. History
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Are your students tired of writing boring biographies? Are you tired of having students complain about being bored and lacking engagement? Do your students have a difficult time understanding historical context? Do you want a no prep & highly engaging research project for your students?

In the "Whose Desk is it?" project students will research a significant individual from U.S. History and create that persons desk. The students will create a letter, calendar, diary entry, book cover, name plate, photographs, and much more.

Includes: Instructions, Historical Figures List, and Rubric
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