This resource for Middle East and Islam Themed Posters/Memes are ideal for Middle & High School Students.
They will engage your students by adding humor and visual interest to your classroom and lessons.
What is a meme? Students will no doubt know exactly what a meme is, but probably have a hard time defining one. Essentially memes are humorous images or a piece of text that is spread rapidly by Internet users. Yep. That’s the basic definition. But who cares about that? Well, your students, of course. They create and distribute memes to their friends all the time. Why not take advantage of what they love doing and incorporate it in your classroom?
One of my favorite ways to connect with students is through memes. Whether they are sarcastic, witty, or silly, students enjoy the humor. Each year I post a variety of memes in my classroom to liven things up a bit. My students look forward to each change in theme so that they can read the room. My colleagues and students are forever asking me where I get my memes? Well, I don’t “get them” - I make them!
Here I have compiled some of my best Memes to support my Interactive Notebook for Middle Ages Islam (Medieval Middle East)
and share them here with my TpT community of teachers. In the zip file are PDF & JPGs of Islam and Middle East 40+ Themed Memes & an EDITBLE PowerPoints file with 35+ editable slides for printing and display
You can display these high-quality images in your classroom, school, library, etc or as part of a history/geography presentation. I’ve done all the work for you. Print and Post – that’s all you need to do. No hours of prep time needed. Plus you can edit the PowerPoint slide to suit your needs.
If you already own or are considering owing my Interactive Notebook for Middle Ages Islam (Medieval Middle East)
, this is an essential companion. It will liven your classroom and engage your students!.
PLEASE NOTE THIS BUNDLE DOES NOT CONTAIN THE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK OR STUDENT MATERIALS
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I offer Bundled PowerPoint Presentations Companions for Middle Ages Islam/Middle East Click Here