Faux Facebook Profile Worksheet


Students create a facebook style profile with this worksheet. It is in Word format so it can be edited to fit different topics. Everwhere it says “Heading” can be edited. Some suggested uses include: author, novel character, historical figure or artist profiles. Even math concepts can be explained with their own profile. I’d love to hear how this page is being used.

Faux Facebook Profile Worksheet

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23 Responses

  1. melissa says:

    I love the facebook profile! I would love to use it for my first week back to school! However, it only lets me view it as a read only! Is there another way that I can access it so I can tweak it!

    Thank you

    Melissa

  2. Tammi says:

    Nope. Still says read only even when I click the word icon. Ideas?

    This looks really cool and I want to use it!

  3. Sheila says:

    I made my own to use when we study A Christmas Carol to teach characterization, but love that it’s much nicer looking than mine!! :-)

  4. Justin says:

    I have Word 2010 and it only downloads in 2007 so I can only read only….is there a way to get it to word 2010?

  5. kelly says:

    You should get iton wordpad because some peolpe do not have microsoft. i was doing a project now I cannot do it any more. So if you could get it on word pad that would be great.

  6. kelly says:

    Is there any way I can acsess the profile on word pad instead of Microsoft Word 2007. If you have and anwser for me can you please post something for me or email me. Thank you so much. If I cannot acsess it is there anyway to and if I cannot I cannot do my project for school. Thanks again.

  7. Michele L. says:

    I love this. My students (4th grade) are working on an autobiography and I was looking around for a great sheet to tying in they will love it.
    Thanks

  8. Maria says:

    I’ll be using this together with novel analysis: Students try to get into a character’s head by imagining how their Facebook profile would look like. Thanks a million!

  9. Onica says:

    This was a fabulous idea!! Used it & it’s great!! Thanks

  10. Twilla says:

    Wonderful resource! I plan on using it as a worksheet for my Psychology students to evaluate their social media reputation from their electronically mediated communication (Facebook Profiles) based on some assigned readings – http://mashable.com/2011/10/23/how-recruiters-use-social-networks-to-screen-candidates-infographic/ Thank you for sharing!

  11. Daphne says:

    My co-teacher created something similar and we used it during our study of Explorers. The students had to pick one of the explorers, like DeSoto and create his “fakebook” page. The kids loved it! 8th Grade Social Studies.

  12. Edwina Langaster says:

    I will use this for the short story unit to get into the character’s heads. thank so much.

  13. Barbara says:

    Wow! What a great worksheet. I am using it as a project for biomes. The student have to select a biome and create a “fakebook” page. This is a great resource. Thanks!

  14. Shelby says:

    I used this while student teaching. I was teaching the composers of the Baroque era in music to my third graders. Each composer got their own “Facebook page” and the students read short biographies of each composer and filled in the Facebook page for each.

  15. Maureen says:

    Hi,
    I’d like to use this for an AP/IB French class for students to present about a French/French-speaking scientist or scientific organization. I’d like to try to change some of the headings to French. I was able to change some of them (Ex: My Page to “Ma Page”, but for some reason I wasn’t able to change the other headings (Friends to “Amis” for example. I’d really like to use this in class before the end of the semester (end of January). If I can change the headings, I’ll send you back a copy in MSWord.
    Thanks! Merci beaucoup!

    • Admin says:

      I’m not sure why you can’t change the headings. I can edit a copy of the file for you if you can let me know what headings to change.

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