Inspired by a suggestion from a TES user, this template comes in two forms, allowing students to construct a Facebook page for a character from a text or some other context. In Word format, the form is editable, while a PDF version allows prints for worksheets to be written on. The Inbox sign has been deliberately set to show one message, such that students might be invited to identify who the message might be from, and to outline its contents. See also my Twitter templates atétitle=Twitter+Template


  • Facebook Template.doc
  • Facebook Template.pdf
  • Facebook Info Template.doc
  • Facebook Info Template.pdf

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    user avatarKlow3a month agoreport

    Very useful to engage students in writing about their identities.

  • 4

    This has worked really well with my students. I split my students into groups and made them responsible for a character from the book we were reading. They updated their character each week by adding a post. I also gave the opportunity to comment on other characters' walls. This really got them communicating together and discussing the characters and and helped them to understand different characters' perspectives.

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    user avatartonymcaleese2 months agoreport

    Ideal - just what was needed - Thanks