This Bundle combines the:
Fakebook PowerPoint Project
This is a 175 point Project where students create a Facebook page in PowerPoint.
This template will work for biography reports or reports over an event. I allow my history students to do either. You could use it as a book report template as well.
While putting together this project the students will do a great deal of research while writing facebook messages to their character or event, posting on the "wall," describing "events" they are going to attend that are important to the character or were influential in the cause of the event.
Students will enjoy creating this presentation and sharing them with their classmates. I added an additional page of other facebook type button in case the students want to add more slides. I had to add this page because many of my students wanted to do more pages!
There are a number of different hyperlinks active that allow your students to jump from "webpage to webpage" while their presentation is open.
Also included is my rubric and checklist for how I grade the presentations.
Presidential Fakebook Templates
Encourage research, writing, and creativity with these Presidential Fakebook templates. Every president from Washington to Trump is included in this "Presidential Fakebook" file.
In my class my students do research and then create a "Fakebook" page for the president we are learning about. They research and then write 3 famous quotes of this president and write 10 status updates that would have taken place during this president's lifetime.
With this file you can print off the template to give to your students and have them complete the Fakebook by writing on it, or you can allow them to download the file, create, and then print off their own on the computer.
You will love reading these Presidential status updates from your students and they will love doing it! They have to research and find information about the president which isn't always the most exciting thing for them, but then they get to be creative and write as the president in modern day language that they are familiar with.
They love creating these and they also love to share them.
My students put these up on the wall in my classroom and will walk around the class and read what their classmates wrote.
It is a fun and engaging lesson!
As a bonus I have also included a blank Fakebook template that you can print off and create for any historical figure or event in history!