Your students will enjoy reading and researching about the history of March Madness.
In this activity your students will read online web information, summarize it. Then they will sequence the history of March Madness as well as write facts and opinions and summarize a video. They will also create a tee shirt, write a letter, write like they are a player, write a commercial- then share it on Powtoon. This activity is wonderful for the 21st century classroom as your students will be excited and engaged as they practice identifying nonfiction facts and sequence key details in text.
This HyperDoc is formatted so that your students have everything they need in one place.
This product will be accessed as a link in a PDF file. You will need to be signed into your Google account. Next you will need to click on the link and you will be prompted to "Make a Copy". You can rename the file. In this PDF I explain what you will need to know and do for setting up this fun activity in your classroom. I included direct links to help with this. You will need free accounts to Padlet, FlipGrid, Powtoon and Tweentribune. Students will need to be able to access Youtube.
Activities include sharing ideas with classmates, reading online information, completing graphic organizers, summarizing text, creating a recording, and collaborating with classmates. Students will also create their own story.
-Hyperdoc- links included
-Link to video
-Opportunity to create a video explanation
-Create a tee shirt
-Write a commercial
- Write a stories
- Create an animated commercial
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