Have your students create a collaborative poster and learn about Margaret Mitchell in a new and engaging way!
Your students will create an author biography by researching Margaret Mitchell and establishing her profile on a poster.
Students will learn about Margaret Mitchell’s life and her body of work as a legendary author.
Additionally, they will discover the importance of collaboration and effective communication.
This is a great activity to add to your novel study for Gone with the Wind.
1) To construct the author study poster, your students will work in groups to conduct research on Margaret Mitchell.
2) Students will then transfer their findings to boxes on the poster.
3) Next, they will work together to color or paint the pieces of the poster.
4) Lastly, students will tape together the final product.
The poster is made up of six pieces of paper, which can be printed on regular copy paper or card stock.
Once taped together, the final product will be roughly 28″ x 15″ and can last a lifetime if you laminate it!
This resource includes the following:
- Student Directions (PDF & editable word document)
- Project Rubric (PDF & editable word document)
- Graphic Organizer for Students (PDF & editable word document)
- 6 Blank Coloring Pages that come together as one beautiful poster (PDF)
- Margaret Mitchell Answer Key (PDF)
- Example of Final Project (PDF)
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- Lewis Carroll
- Ralph Ellison
- Alice Walker
- Ernest Hemingway
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