Posted by krystalmills
It’s been sooo busy the last few days! We are still in school until the 29th of June, here on PEI. I teach Grade 7 who “graduate” this year and will be heading to the high school (grades 8-12) next year. Lots of “end of the year” and “grad” activities on the go these days!
That being said, I’ve got just a quick post today to let you know about my latest freebie.
I had posted a little while ago about a way to differentiate in the classroom, specifically through projects. (You can check out the original post for all of the info.) I know that a few of you were interested in the rubrics that I used for the projects and more info on how I set things up. So…here’s a copy of what I used this year in my classroom: Organizing Social Studies Projects for Any Content.
Have a look – you may want to tuck it away for next year.
The most recent projects that my students completed had to do with the beginnings of Canada. I’ve shared a few photos below. They did a great job! Other projects that aren’t pictured…one student wrote a letter from the perspective of a settler, two groups created games, and one group created a video presentation.
My students really enjoyed these projects this year. I’ll be looking into doing more of these next year for sure! Now…to add more technology into the mix…