This goes with the Renaissance Interview Bust with Tatoos handout. Of course, the instructions could be printed if you prefer for them not to be in powerpoint. This assignment is sure to get some laughs in your classroom. My students love it!
The students read about a famous figure from their text book and complete a row of the handout. Then in groups they create a life size bust of the person that includes 6 "tatoos" that show his/her accomplishments and personality characteristics. After that, I have the students cut out the mouth and the other group members interview the person in front of class. The class completes the remainder of the worksheet with the information from the interview. I do this in groups, but it could be done individually as well. Students would create their own mini bust and answer the questions on the page. Other students could read their interview, or they could present their figure to
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ony Pavlovich, Instructomania