Lucidpress EDU Lesson Plan Ideas
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What is the title of your lesson idea? *
Example: "Judge a book by its cover"
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What is the 1-paragraph description of your lesson idea? *
Example: "As an alternative to the ubiquitous book report, this lesson challenges students to recreate a cover for a recent book they have read. By analyzing book covers as a class, students will discover just how much the images and text selected for a book jacket can alter the message of a book. Using Lucidpress, students will design their own book jacket showing their comprehension of the text’s plot, setting, characters and main themes. Maybe we can judge a book by its cover. "
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What subject is your lesson for? *
Example: "English Language Arts"
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Which Lucidpress template(s) should be used with this lesson plan? (Please write the name of the Lucidpress templates) *
Example: "Book Cover 01, Book Cover 02" (Learn where to find names of Lucidpress templates: https://goo.gl/wqu9E0)
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Which grade levels is this lesson applicable for? *
Example: "Grade Level: 8-10"
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