This is an interactive lapbook style portfolio created from a paper bag that you get at the grocery store. Use this tool to bring creation back to your English Class and to finally touch the tactile and visual learner.
. The Interactive Paper Bag Portfolio Project allowed my honors students to showcase the depth of their knowledge of characterization, plot, and theme. It also initiated valuable one on one conversations into the same topics with my general students.
Use this with any novel, short story, or drama .
Check out some of my other creative options:
7 habits of highly effective teens poster project
Alternative Summative Assessments for any Novel or Short Story
Fairy Tale Planning Chart for High School and Middle School
The Mandala Project: Use with any Short Story, Novel, or Poem
The Superhero Project: The Hero in Literature
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