Oscar Wilde, Collaborative Poster, Writing Activity, Celebrate British Author



This Oscar Wilde, collaborative poster combines writing, reflection, coloring, creativity, and group work! All inspired by promoting British author and literary hero who wrote The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Canterville Ghost, An Ideal Husband, The Importance of Being Earnest, and many more! The poster features an image of Oscar Wilde with a famous quote.

The collaborative poster features a writing activity and brain-friendly fun. Students will collaborate to assemble the poster for your classroom. wall, bulletin board, classroom door, hallway, lobby, or library. Get your students enthusiastic by celebrating British author, Oscar Wilde. This type of literary unit is usually covered in English language arts. Watch students and staff stop and look at your Oscar Wilde poster is eye-catching!

The Oscar Wilde poster includes assembly instructions, writing activity instructions, coloring directions, and helpful tips to make it the best ever! You will only need to print this one time per class! That’s it.The collaboration poster project is a perfect size to laminate. The finished poster is 3.3 feet tall by 2.6 feet wide.

Great classroom management tool, too! You’ll love watching your students collaborate. The activity is designed for students to have fun, communicate and work together. The writing activity is truly insightful and reflective. I love seeing the personal touches made to each poster piece.

★ Explicit and complete directions from start to finish – writing, coloring, and assembling.
★ An optional row of pieces in the event you have more students – Over 25? No problem!
★ A writing activity focusing on:
In Oscar Wilde’s only novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray, he creates a man, many say, in his own image. He hid many secrets from his family just like his main character.
Dorian Gray’s life was a puzzle, and so was his creator’s. Wilde was quoted as saying Give a man a mask, and he will tell you the truth. What does this mean? Do you wear a mask? Is it easier to hide behind something than to own your choices — good or bad? Write a short creative piece about a person who hid/hides his/her identity for the good or bad of society. It may be fictional or true!
★ Comes with a blank writing response sheet to add your own prompt.

Recommended supplies needed: crayons, colored pencils, scissors, tape or stapler
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