What a FUN way to get students involved in processing contributions of key historical figures in history class! It works great in interactive notebooks or any other class format!
In this history investigation students research and write a brief historical biography about 5 historical figures. Then, students complete a meme from a template. This fun history activity can be done completely on paper or via a google link, that students can use to create their own meme in a template Google Draw outline. Students fill in fillable text boxes and copy pictures from the internet. There's also a poster meme option for student created page size memes for teachers to post in their classrooms! This is fun, often hilarious and looks great!
Here's what you get:
1. A complete teacher lesson description and lesson guide.
2. A two-page paper driven meme template. That student can use to detail historical figure accomplishments, draw pictures and create memes.
3. A Google Draw link to a fillable five-person mini-research template for students to create memes on computers.
4. A page size post-able meme template via free Google Draw.
5.Three example memes with example historical figure descriptions.
This template works great to make Civil War memes, Enlightenment Thinker memes, Greek Thinker memes, Scientific Revolution memes, Age of Exploration-Explorer memes, Westward Expansion memes, Reformation figure memes and any other time period that includes key historical figures!
☀ ☀ ☀This history investigation lesson pairs excellent with ANY of our Station Readings or even the Historical Snapshots posted in out store!☀ ☀ ☀
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