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A rubric allows teachers to communicate expectations for an assignment by listing the criteria, or what counts, and describing levels of quality expected. This lapbooking rubric should have the ‘points possible’ listed when the assignment is given and any other details you expect. Give this information to the students at the beginning of the assignment and then complete the rubric after the assignment is complete.
Studying marine animals? Whales perhaps? If so, your students will love the student-centered, hands-on, cross-curricular project! During this project on whales, your students will learn about about these majestic creations of the oceans. Students will read and research, report and create…and have FUN all at the same time.
Some questions they will answer: What do whales eat? How do they eat? What are the different types of whales? Do whales have calls? What type of threats are there to their survival?
Students will learn both and of as they create a lasting project. Students are given (a brief history) of this numerical system as well as an and (counted – will require students to ‘identify’ given numbers – i.e. CDLX). Students will also learn how roman numerals are used now in every day life.
- – Explanation and instructions for creating a lapbook
- – Informational text
- – Map of Ancient Roman Empire
- – Lapbooking templates
Help your students get creative! This mini-book template resource can be used by students to…
1. Publish their own short stories
2. Write definitions for spelling or vocabulary words
3. Create their own ‘study’ books from any lesson
4. Use within interactive notebooks
5. Use to add information to a lapbooking project