This week’s focus was on moving my “Whose phone is this?” worksheet into 2023.
Thousands of teachers have used this activity with a wide variety of literary works over the past decade, but lately the white phone graphic and my shaky tablet drawing skills were feeling more and more cringe, as the kids say.
To remedy this, it was time for a makeover:
If you’ve previously purchased this worksheet, please do NOT buy it again. Instead, updates are always free by visiting your “My Purchases” page within your TeachersPayTeachers.com profile, where you can re-download a fresh copy. I regularly update files to fix typos, broken media links, and add Google Drive options to older items; be sure to stop by that page to make sure you have the most up-to-date versions of my materials.
Not sure if you already own this item? Check your account for any of these products where the worksheet is posted, including:
• as an individual item
• as part of the discounted literature supplement activity 10-pack bundle
• in the full-year Eng. 9/10 curriculum
• in the To Kill a Mockingbird unit plan
• in the Julius Caesar unit plan
• and in the Midsummer Night’s Dream unit plan.
Hope your students enjoy the refresh! Teach on, my friend.
4 thoughts on “Cell Phone Characterization Refresh”
I like this instructional activity! It reminds me of the body biographies I’d have my students do on big pieces of butcher paper.
Yes, Rolando! Another good one to throw into the mix. 🙂
Thanks for upgrading this! After so many snarky comments the past two years, a couple of students designed a new one…but they lack the graphic design skills!
Yeah, I heard them, too. 😉 Glad the update will keep students focused!