Give your students the chance to become the news reporters who cover extreme weather events!
This authentic assessment allows students to take on the roles of news anchors, onsite reporters, and interviewees to cover an extreme weather event. Students will use their imaginations and creative minds to plan, direct, and perform a news report for the whole class!
There are several options within this assessment to incorporate technology to take this project to the next level!
- Teacher Directions
- Student Work Packet
- Student Directions
- Expectations of Project
- Four Student Graphic Organizers
- Three Script Templates for the News Anchors, Onsite Reporters, and Interviewees
Students will have so much fun creating, directing, and performing their own weather report! ENJOY THIS AMAZING RESOURCE!
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