Click on the picture to get your FREE copy via Google docs!
I wanted each student to truly find something they enjoy, so I went with the multiple intelligences - verbal/linguistic, visual/spatial, logical/mathematical, bodily/kinesthetic, musical/rhythmic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalist. Every student was able to find something they liked, but my theory is let me know if you're more creative than my ideas!
The students were given two days in class with access to their textbooks, classroom computers, and ipads. At that point, they presented them to the class (because I'm always looking for ways to make them get up in front of their peers so high school speech class isn't so scary!).
I feel their projects turned out wonderfully! Some wrote reports, others created posters showing the actions they taught their classmates, some classified the planets, others created Wordles, and everyone did fantastic presentations!
This post has been featured on Magic Monday at Classroom Freebies! Click on the link below to see all of the other great freebies!
Other than tests, what type of final activities does your class do?