One-Pagers Roundup: Examples to Inspire

So you keep hearing about one-pagers, but you're not really sure if you want to try them out. In this post, you can see some of the amazing examples teachers have shared with me in the last few weeks. You can use these beautiful pieces to introduce one-pagers to your students, or just peruse them to give you an idea of how this project might play out in your classroom.

If you are new to one-pagers, and would like to read a full how-to post, you can check that out here.

If you know you want to get started, but you aren't sure what directions to give your students, you can  get four free templates (as shown in the first example below) with complete instructions here. 

One-Pagers by the students of Mrs. Johnson

One-Pagers by the Students of Regan Botero, Creekside High School, Florida

One-Pagers by the students of Gina Knight Hess, 6th Grade ELA, North Naples Middle School

One-Pagers by the students of Cassie Newcomb, Sardis Middle School, Boaz, Alabama

One-Pagers by the students of Fallon Ferrara Howes

One-Pagers by the students of Cathy Briggs, Ellensburg High School, Washington

One-Pagers by the Students of Sarah Ashley Byrd, St. Stephens High School, Hickory, NC

One-Pagers by the Students of Suzanne Sutton, Pre-AP 8th Grade, Classen School of Advanced Studies, Oklahoma City, OK

Remember, you can get four free templates with complete instructions for getting your students going with one pagers right here. Make it easy for you and your students to get going with this creative, critical-thinking strategy. 

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    1. I'm so glad you enjoyed the post! Thanks for stopping by.

  2. thanks, it really helped me with my own one pager

  3. this helped me with my one pager in school thanks

  4. The words from the first one (the Odyssey) are exactly those from this site:

    Was it the intent of the teacher's to have the kids use someone else's text without attribution?


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