This resource was created for students to dig deeper into biographies with their “Who Was...” and “Who Is...” books. These books fit perfectly on the Target Dollar Spot Blank Books, or you can easily staple them using the second style of pages. Use with biography research projects, biography wax museums, in reading and writing workstations, or as a lesson extension. I hope you find this resource more than useful in your classroom!
-2 cover pages
-19 book companion pages (brief descriptions below)
- Early Life: describe their childhood
- Adult Life: create a comic strip version of major life events
- News Flash: write a firsthand account about a major achievement
- Histogram: create a social media post
- Fun Facts: anything interesting, funny, or strange can be written down
- One-on-One: generate questions to ask their person if they could
- Hashtag Scramble: all words that relate to their person can be written
- 4 You Are... pages: These pages are meant for students to reflect on and
recognize that they are inspirational, leaders, artists, and authors. The
pages are specific to the people they are researching.
- 2 sets of Wax Museum Speech Planning Pages: There are planning pages
that provide a guide for writing a speech, and there are blank pages for
you to decide what the guide should be for your students.
-1 page with lines for writing as needed
-Wax Museum Suggestions
-a second style of pages meant for those who want to staple their books
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