One-pagers are hands down one of my favorite projects to complete with my social studies classes! Not only is it a great review tool, but it is the best activity for differentiation! I knew I had to complete my Ancient Civilization one-pager series with Ancient Rome.
What are one-pagers?
One-pagers are a summative assessment to use at the end of a unit. Students receive a list of tasks and must complete them on one side of a blank paper. Think of it as the students receiving a blank canvas to show what they know about the topic.
The great thing about one-pagers is that each one-pager looks completely different. It’s like you are getting an inside look into how students process content.
In my experience, I have always assigned one-pagers as a take-home project. Completing the one-pager at home gives students enough time to complete the one-pager and use other art supplies that I do not have in the classroom. You can watch the process below in my vlog!
Have you used one-pagers in the classroom? If not, what’s stopping you? You can download this one-pager below or check out the complete bundle!