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WEB 2.0: FAKEBOOK PAGES. Using fake Facebook pages with your classes. What are Fake Facebook pages?. Students can create a Fake Facebook page as a project in many different types of classes: English - Character (fictional/non-fictional), Author. History - historical figure/group.

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Web 2 0 fakebook pages

WEB 2.0:FAKEBOOK PAGES

Using fake Facebook pages with your classes


What are fake facebook pages

What are Fake Facebook pages?

Students can create a Fake Facebook page as a project in many different types of classes:

  • English- Character (fictional/non-fictional), Author.

  • History - historical figure/group.

  • Geography - Country page/profile.

  • Science - create a page for a certain type of rock.

  • Math - formulas, theorems.

  • Foreign Language - country, author, historical figure, featured verb, fictional character.


Who can do this

Who can do this?

  • ANYONE … and that means YOU!

  • However, this idea may appeal more to teachers in MS or HS because their students are on Facebook.


Where do i begin

Where do I begin?

  • Decide what media you (and your students) are comfortable using.There’s something for everyone!

  • There are many options available.

    • Google Docs Template

    • PowerPoint or Word Templates

    • Websites


  • What do these pages look like

    What do these pages look like?

    Here are some real-life examples!


    George washington

    George Washington

    This is a downloadable Google Docs template.

    How to find the template:

    Login to Google Docs

    Click on Create New … From Template

    Search for Historical Facebook

    Locate the one by Derrick Waddell and click on Use this template


    John f kennedy s wall page

    John F. Kennedy’s Wall Page

    This is a PowerPoint template.


    John f kennedy s info page

    John F. Kennedy’s Info Page

    This is a PowerPoint template.


    John f kennedy s photos page

    John F. Kennedy’s Photos Page

    This is a PowerPoint template.


    William shakespeare s wall

    William Shakespeare’s Wall

    This is a PowerPoint template.


    William shakespeare s info page

    William Shakespeare’s Info Page

    This is a PowerPoint template.


    William shakespeare s info page1

    William Shakespeare’s Info Page

    This is a PowerPoint template.


    William shakespeare s friend page

    William Shakespeare’s Friend Page

    This is a PowerPoint template.


    The outsiders a character s page

    The Outsiders: a character’s page

    This is a Word document template.


    Dwight d eisenhower

    Dwight D. Eisenhower

    This is a website: myfakewall.com.

    *Note the ads!

    You must also make an account!


    Greek mythology gods and goddesses

    Greek Mythology: Gods and Goddesses

    This is also from myfakewall.com.

    *Ads have been cropped!

    You must also make an account!


    Periodic table the elements

    Periodic Table: The Elements

    This is also from myfakewall.com.

    *Ads have been cropped!

    You must also make an account!


    Lessons

    Lessons

    Guidelines and Rubric


    Sample lesson guidelines

    Sample Lesson Guidelines

    • Name of historical figure at the top of the page

    • 1 Profile Picture of your historical figure

      Information Corner/Basic Information

    • Network

    • Birthday

    • Political Affiliation

    • Religion

    • Hometown

      Friends Corner:

    • 6 pictures of people that are/would be friends with your figure

      The Wall

    • Write 6 significant facts on The Wall. These facts need to highlight important events that your historical figure is famous for. Each comment must be about a separate event and include the date. The comment can be from your figure or from someone associated with your figure.

    • Photos: (5)

    • Albums: (2)

      Personal Information: (At least 3 of each)

    • Activities

    • Interests

    • Favorite Music

    • Favorite Movies

    • Favorite TV Shows

    • Favorite Books

      Contact Information: (You may need to make this up!)

    • Address:

    • Phone Number:

    • Email address


    Sample lesson rubric

    Sample Lesson Rubric


    Can t wait to get started

    Can’t wait to get started?

    Email me for any of the templates or the lesson guidelines/rubric!

    [email protected]


    Resources

    Resources

    • http://techlearninglab.blogspot.com/2011/05/website-of-week-16-my-fake-facebook.html

    • http://historytech.wordpress.com/2011/02/04/tip-of-the-week-my-fake-facebook-twitter-and-text/

    • http://www.classroominthecloud.net/2011/01/outsiders-final-project-facebook.html

    • http://techtoolsforschools.blogspot.com/2010/01/facebook-project-template.html

    • http://srahuff.wordpress.com/2010/05/11/fake-facebook/

    • http://www.whiteboardblog.co.uk/2011/02/fake-facebook-pages/


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