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Art directors can design the logo and visual components of the ads. Traffic managers can organize the workers so that everything is being completed in a timely fashion. Students must share responsibility for completing the poster. Tell them that part of their final grade will be determined by how well they share in the production of the poster. If someone finishes his or her section of the poster, he or she should help the other members. Remind them that each member of the group is responsible for proofreading each element of their project.
Illustrate the sentence on the other section. They should continue doing this until they have written and illustrated seven sentences. After they have finished the interior of the pie book, they should refold it. Tell them to put glue on the back of panel 2 and glue it onto the oaktag circle as shown. They should write the words “Homophone Pie” on the oaktag and decorate it so it looks like a pie crust. Make sure they write their name somewhere on the pie. ♦ Have students decorate the cover of the pie book so that it looks like a slice of pie has been cut away.
On section 1 they should write a complete sentence which contains a pair of homophones, such as, The maid at the lodge made our beds every day before we returned from skiing. On the other section (which is actually the reverse side of section 3) students can draw a picture illustrating the sentence they wrote. ) illustrate the sentence on the other section. They should continue doing this until they have written and illustrated seven sentences. After they have finished the interior of the pie book, they should refold it.
20 Totally Awesome & Totally Easy Language Arts Bulletin Boards by Michael Gravois