Studying the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln? Wanting your students to develop their ability to research, organize, write and create a complete project? This interactive – hands on – resource is one that can be used in Social Studies / History and Language Arts classes and is designed to be either teacher led or student centered – whichever you prefer!
What will you get in this resource?
- “Creating a Notebooking Project – What is Notebooking?” instructional page
- List of suggested suppliesEvaluation rubric (can be used by both teacher and student peer groups!)
- Teacher directed assignment page (This is designed to be used if you need to ‘guide’ the students on the journey of creating the project – includes due date section)
- Cover page for student use
- Table of contents pages for projectProject KWLVocabulary terms page (So students can record and define unfamiliar terms along their study – or – You can assign certain terms to be completed throughout the project)
- Reference page (For students to record the references they used to complete the project – Includes a # blank so students can place numbers (#’s) throughout their project.)
- “Using Biographical Notebooking Pages” instructional page for student reference
- “Guiding Research Questions” page to instruct students on how they can and should create their own research questions along the way.
- 18 student publishing pages
These can be used however the student (or you) decide! There are a great variety to help students create a beautiful project!
Where can you get this resource?
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Still not sure this is what you are looking for?
This project resource can be assigned individually or to cooperative groups. You can give students as much latitude as you want – or – you can be very deliberate in what and how you assign students to use the pages.
Need students to draw from primary and secondary sources? Need students to develop research questions? Need students to analyze statements or events? Make these part of the requirements. This resource is extremely flexible and allows you to make the assignment exactly what you need!
This resource can be successfully used in 5th-12th grades.
Abraham Lincoln Project – Research & Report, Notebooking