An investigative research assessment that allows students to make connections from the classic novel to modern day forms of piracy.
Engage your students with an investigative research assessment. This product challenges students to connect themes from Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island to modern day piracy. Students will create a newspaper that answers the questions: What is piracy? Is piracy always bad? and How does modern piracy relate to the ideas of piracy in Treasure Island? Includes project outline and rubric.
How can I use this?
• As an end of the novel alternate assessment
• An engaging way to allow students to research and create opinions
What is included?
• Teacher implementation notes
• Student handout
• Grading Rubric
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