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  • Emily Achilles

    Cell phone for your book character. This is an authentic activity that students would relate to! They can do this about a character in their book or historical figure!

  • Shelby Bailey

    Informational Books: Cell Phones from the Past Graphic Organizer. This worksheet allows students to create a cell phone for a famous historical figure based upon information they have learned about them. Students illustrate their contacts, texts, missed calls, and apps. This is very relevant to middle level students' interest in their cell phones.

  • The Smith

    Character Cell Phones - I can see the kids really getting into higher level character analysis this way. Reading language social studies people

  • Tiffany White

    Cell phone for your book character. This is an authentic activity that students would relate to! They can do this about a character in their book. This is perfect for our explorer unit project in language arts / social studies 4!

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