This fun, interactive flippable is a great tool to guide students through a research project. Using this non-threatening format, students will move through basic fasts to higher level thinking on their topic. Also included is vocabulary practice, writing and poetry prompts, 3 color posters and an extension activity. It makes a great variation from the traditional project.
Each flip-book is ready to go and easy to assemble. Available in color or black and white, students love to put these projects together and prepare them.
Flip Book Includes:
*What Was It?--write basic facts about the Gettysburg Address
*Where in the World?--explain the setting of the speech
*"In My Own Words"--rewrite a section of the document in your own words
*"When In History"--research the time period in which it took place, other current events
*"Who Did It?"--write about Abraham Lincoln and draw his portrait
*"My Thoughts"--Student reflections on the meaning of the Gettysburg Address
"Lasting Effects"--Reflections on impact--is it still relevant today?
In addition to the flip-book:
*Various Writing prompts or Group Discussion starters, essay templates
*Vocabulary Practice--words from the Gettysburg Address
*Three color posters
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