My students love the Weird but True books by National Geographic, but one thing they don’t like about the books are the lack of information found in the books. Because of this, as we chatted in class, we decided to make a class “Weird But True” presentation with not only the weird and true facts but with extra information and sources!
All three of my classes all worked in the same Google Slides presentation and built this amazing document of fascinating facts:
Weird But True
Please view the Google Slides presentation to see the extra information in the Speaker Notes.
This was such a fun and interesting project! It made students check on facts, learn about reliable sources, and learn all sorts of interesting and fun facts!
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