Students can color and doodle as they learn about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. These graphic notes summarize the events that occurred before, during, and after the attack on Pearl Harbor.
What’s included with the printed Doodle Notes:
*Teacher directions and a list of the videos included in the PowerPoint (5 pages; uneditable PDF)
*Blank doodle notes for students to fill in and color as you cover the information on the handouts. (3 pages; uneditable PDF)
*Fill-in-the-blank version for students who have difficulty with note taking. (3 pages; uneditable PDF)
*Filled-in greyscale version doodle notes to be used a coloring sheets or for doodling while you go over the information. (3 pages; uneditable PDF)
*Color version for examples or displays. (3 pages; uneditable PDF)
*PowerPoint that covers all of the material in the doodle notes and include video links to help you expand your lesson (25 slides; the black text in the PowerPoint is editable, but graphics are not)
What’s included with the Digital Guided Notes (these notes cover the same content and look the same as the doodle notes, but they are not considered doodle notes since students cannot color or interact with the pages like they would in print)
*Teacher directions and suggestions (3 pages, uneditable PDF)
*Blank version of digital guided notes (3 pages; students type into text boxes; fillable PDF and Google Slides versions; not editable in Adobe Pro or Slides)
*Fill in the Blanks version of digital guided notes (3 pages; fillable PDF and Google Slides versions; not editable in Adobe Pro or Slides)
*PowerPoint and Google Slides versions of the presentation that covers all of the material in the doodle notes (25 slides; the text in the PowerPoint/Google Slides is editable, but graphics are not)
This download contains files that may be printed and copied or used digitally. Use whichever version fit best with your class. The other version remain yours in case you ever need to use them (in case your school makes the jump to 1:1 classes sometime in the future or if you have a student whose IEP requires a hard copy of assignments instead of digital ones).
You may put the materials in this file on a LMS for STUDENT USE that RESTRICTS access like Google Classroom, Edmodo, Blackboard, etc. where students are either invited via an email address or log in with a user name and password. IT MAY NOT BE UPLOADED TO A CLASS WEBSITE UNLESS THE SITE IS RESTRICTED TO STUDENTS WITH A LOGIN AND PASSWORD AND IT MAY NOT BE USED IN A COURSE ON OUTSCHOOL OR ANY SIMILAR PLATFORMS/MARKETPLACES.
Personal Classroom Use Only
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