Hey hey everyone!
Over the weekend, you might like to start thinking about how you are going to creatively and engagingly share your migrant’s story with the class.
We’ve spoken about the fact that watching 23 Explain Everythings or 23 iMovies isn’t going to be very interesting or engaging, so here are some ideas on different ways you can share your migrant and their story.
You could try:
- A diorama
- A set of art works showing different stages of your migrants journey
- A set of poems describing your migrants journey
Different types of poetry can be found here: https://www.youngwriters.co.uk/glossary-poetry-types
- A puppet show
- A play, dance or song- you could use garage band to create music that matches each stage of your migrants journey
- An interview of your migrant
- A prezi
- A cartoon strip
- A collage
- A lift the flap poster with questions and answers and images about your migrant
- A persuasive piece to convince us that your migrant should be allowed into Australia (good for modern migrants)
- A mobile showing small pictures and words that share your migrants story
- A large map or time line
- A thinglink
- A diary or journal of your migrant
- A series of letters from your migrant to their family
- An artifacts box with things that may have belonged to your migrant
Think about how you can use your crafty mind to create something really interesting to capture our grade’s imagination!
How can you use boxes, paper, fabric, pens, paper, apps on your iPad in a different way, your body, words, imagination.
I am happy to bring things that you might need, like some fabric for example, but other things you will need to collect from home.
Once you are over half way through your written biography, you can start working on your presentation. As you can judge from the list of ideas, these presentations are going to take quite a bit of work, so you’re going to need to do some homework to ensure you finish on time!
I’m so excited to see what you create! What are you thinking of doing?