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Itís My Life: Multimodal Autobiography Project

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Itís My Life: Multimodal Autobiography Project

Grades 9 – 12
Lesson Plan Type Unit
Estimated Time Nine 50-minute sessions
Lesson Author

Rachel Richardson Vaessler

Monroe, Louisiana


National Council of Teachers of English


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Lisa Fink, RWT staff

October 05, 2015

Here is a handout that has the project plan: We will work to get a more robust sample on the site. If you have one to share, we would love to add it!


Ms. A

September 27, 2015

It would really help if there was an actual sample of a Multimodal Autobiography. It would really assist teachers that are not tech savvy. Other than that, this is a great unit for ESL students!!


Mrs. Waters

July 25, 2012

Thank you so much for this project! I'm going to start out the new school year doing this project with my 11th and 12th grade English classes.



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