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If I Were a Superhero...

Sample Celebration Lesson Idea for
Inclusive Schools Week 2016

 


1. Identify a few well-known superheroes with your students and brainstorm adjectives that describe these superheroes and their actions.

2. After reviewing the list, ask students to identify people in their real lives that possess these characteristics.

3. Ask students to complete this thinksheet and describe what kind of superhero they would be.

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Photo Credit: http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/top-teaching/2016/03/superheroes-make-amazing-class-activities

Tech Tip!

Type the list of brainstormed words into a word cloud generator and share it with your students as inspiration. Have students input their superhero description or story into the word cloud generator and make their own! Use Wordle, Wordclouds.com, or the Google Doc Add-On Word Cloud Generator if your students have Google accounts.
Photo Credit: http://bit.ly/2dBtN16

Extension!

This second grade teacher had her students imagine what superhero power they would love to have or would best fit their personalities and then write about that power and WHY they chose that specific one. They then created themselves dressed as a superhero out of construction paper and displayed them in the classroom. So Cute!
Photo Credit: http://bit.ly/2dBtN16
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