#50: American Revolution Magazine in Publisher

This project includes everything the student user will require throughout high school. It has so many skills, every student will find one that grabs their imagination.

Reminder: Make this the second magazine they attempt (unless they’re in middle school) so they’ve had some practice with the more basic skills. You might try the California Mission magazine one year and this the next.

If the lesson plans are blurry, click on them for a full size alternative.

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–from 55 Technology Projects for the Digital Classroom. Preview available on Amazon.com and Scribd.com

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