As an introductory activity, I have students in all of my classes create “Who Am I?” posters which they then share “speed-dating” style (linking up in rows, show and share, and then one row moves to the right — or left — and does it again and so on). Here’s the planning sheet they use. It seems to go well, and I thought readers might find it useful to see the model I use for them (as you can see, I hold few artistic aspirations 🙂 ):
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