This is the complete directions and rubric for a project on the Revolutionary War. Students choose topics and get them approved, and then write several paragraphs about their topic, and add images, maps, and two vocabulary boxes. (I've done a Wikipage, a Google Slides presentation, or a post in Google Classroom). Finally, students must comment on the work of others and ask questions about the topic. Students answer the questions about their own topics. This year, my students chose topics like The Battle of Bunker Hill or General Washington, as well as not-so-famous people like Sybil Ludington, and Elizabeth Burgin. I would recommend Laurie Halse Anderson's book "Independent Dames" about famous women in the American Revolution. You could do this project without technology as well, and have students use post-it notes to comment on the posters of others. I've left this in an editable word document so that you can change it for your own purposes. Good luck!