Let students show what they have learned visually by creating a sports jersey with images and details that represent what they have learned. Students can use this to guide an oral presentation that explains why they included each image on their jersey.
Get students to create a highlights reel social media account for the topic they are studying. Selecting images and video clips that they can add to their social profile that highlights things that they have learned about the topic being studied. This can be used in print or digitally.
Allow those creative vibes to flow so students can popstar dreams by crafting a song to a favourite tune that shares information about the the topic studied. Students will integrate their knowledge of music and writing to share important information thought the chorus, verse and hook of their unique tune.
Get students to use their artistic skills to draw a billboard informing others about the topic they have studied. Students can integrate their media literacy and artistic skills to show what they have learned about the topic through this informative poster type advertisement.
A perfect task for a chatty or inquisitive student. Students in this assignment can interview themselves, others or studied persons on what they learned about the topic being studied. Students can share what they learned through a question and answer style interview that can be recorded into a podcast episode to share.
For students that love to write and draw this project is perfect for them. Students can share what they have learned about the topic being studied by creating a simple picture book style project.
Get active and act out what students have learned by creating an engaging moving trailer that shows what they know. Students will integrate elements of media literacy and drama to demonstrate their knowledge and skills by planning out a storyboard of the trailer before creating it.
Get hands on learning through creating this 3D model that depicts student learning. Students will create a scene using found materials and the provided diorama map to show what they have learned about the topic studied. Students will integrate visual arts and oral language as they present what their scene represents to others.
Sometimes you have a student that wants to do their own thing and design their own learning path. Have students plan out their designed project and then complete it.