Students create either a recruitment poster or a crusades board game with the exact same requirements. Project requirements for both are listed in the rubric and in a student handout. Includes project examples with a rubric! It can be used with the Crusades PowerPoint Notes and/or the Crusades outline notes and graphic organizer.
Making learning fun and interactive is an outstanding way to excite your social studies students. While the goal of this activity is to create excitement and to spark interest in further study. This activity encourages creativity, intelligent reflection, and decision making that will help you take an active approach to teaching, while inspiring your students to make their own explorations of history, writing and reading.
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