Use these examples of projects created by students to inspire technology project work as your learners explore ancient civilizations.
Creative use of technology can engage students, and help you integrate your iPads, PCs, or Chromebooks into the curriculum.
These digital projects were created by students using Wixie.
To help students better understand the perspectives of those living in civilizations during ancient times, have them develop newsletters that recall and retell historic events.
Practice informational writing with a real world twist, by asking students to create promotional materials for a vacation to an ancient civilization.
Students connect with the past as they write a first-person account of events in history.
To help students better understand ancient Greek themes, have them create modern versions of Ancient Greek myths.
Have students create a newscast from an ancient civilization? What would they find newsworthy?
Students can create digital debates to compare two cultures.
In this project, students created a persuasive presentation to raise money to build at temple for the Greek God Helios.
Students create postcards to share what they experience when visiting an ancient civilization.
4th graders using Wixie to create Myth Monsters as part of their Greek Mythology unit. pic.twitter.com/HKEgxCklSW— DES Media Magic (@VerlichMj) March 28, 2017
We made our own stories using pictures to represent words, on paper or on Wixie, just like the Ancient Egyptians did! #voiceandchoice #vbamazing #socialstudies @ArrowheadES @bengillikin1 @AlisonReddy1 pic.twitter.com/UgtVTmhcbQ— Jacqueline Frenda (@jacfrenda) March 2, 2018
Students used @nearpod and @discoveryed to gather information about Ancient Rome, then created a travel brochure on @wixie to entice people to take a trip.— Ms. Stormer (@stormers_class) December 21, 2017
Thanks @DianeHarazin and @mmasseysl for visiting us the other day! #futureready #TMESEagles pic.twitter.com/hMxEIykXsd
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