Students make a magazine about anything that they're interested in. A rubric is included.
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Create a Youth Consumer Magazine
To underscore the importance of being informed consumers, kids check out youth consumer magazines and websites and then create their own. Although no detailed plans are included in the resource, it is packed with ideas and suggestions.
6th - 8th English Language Arts
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