Explorer Trading Card in Keynote

Students made a trading card based on an explorer from the Age of Exploration. Students would add a picture, use their voice to record a quote, add information about their explorer, and add emojis to describe their explorer.

Students were engaged and really enjoyed the assignment. They liked how they recorded their voice and asked to do future assignments this way in the future. #JacketPride

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Posted on November 27, 2023

What a great idea. I can see lots of applications for this in high school history, or even English/Literature - could use it for a character study, too. Thank for sharing.

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