Who was Rosa Parks? Who is Steve Jobs? If your students are like mine, they love the Who was...? biography series. These graphic organizers are activities meant to accompany the books in this series. Graphic organizers are a perfect way to ensure your students are keeping their information organized and focusing on the most important aspects of the person they're studying. These graphic organizers make an excellent addition to biography projects as they can serve as a note-taking tool for an essay or presentation, or it can serve as the biography project itself. They are perfect for integrating literacy into other subjects such as social studies and science, and they allow students to go beyond reading to really interact with the text.
Each graphic organizer is 3 pages and has room for students to add this information:
-Education & career
-Important people in their lives
-Where they’re from
-Lessons we can learn
-What set them apart
-Timeline of major events
-Glossary/words to know
-Resources where you can learn more
Set 4 Features 23 Figures:
Because the series features such prominent figures in both history and modern times, these graphic organizers are also great for a variety of occasions such as Presidents' Day, Black History Month, Women's History Month, the Olympics, and more! They are perfect for using in interactive notebooks, and they look great on bulletin boards and hallway displays.
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