This is a member of about 55 other activity templates that are based on the Multiple Intelligence Theory. This template uses the following multiple intelligences: interpersonal or intrapersonal, spatial, kinesthetic, and linguistic. This template was designed as a mixed ability level cooperative learning activity for middle school but if you want the students to work individually, you can delete step one which states the student roles.
It starts off like all of the others in the series with students choosing roles: writer, taskmaster and timekeeper. All students will build the play-doh scene. The students will read the rubric. The teacher must input the content they want the students to work with. They will label each part of the scene and add a title to their scene. They will also explain their scene orally to the teacher to show understanding of the content. Every member must be part of the explanation. Each step includes appropriate time limits to help students stay on task and move along. There is a rubric to help you grade.
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Choose four of these templates and allow your students to choose the one they want to do in order to differentiate instruction and increase interest.
You can also tweak them to fit perfectly to your content as well as how you want it to be done because it is a Word document.
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Play-Doh Activity Template and Rubric
by Kasha Mastrodomenico
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