During the first week of school, our students put together their own passports. They filled out a Colombian Student Visa and glued that to the inside cover and then we used the blank passport pages to write our first unit’s objectives using I can statements. You can download our passport template here.
At the end of the unit, the students will stamp the objectives that they have completed. To do so, I made these passport stamps for several of the Latin countries, including México, Perú, Costa Rica, Bolivia, and more. I also plan to use the facebook “Me Gusta” stamp for objectives stating their likes.
How would you use a “passport” in your classroom? What might students do to earn stamps? What other creative ways would you use these stamps? Tell us in the comments below!