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Classtools: Fakebook

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 Using Classtools: Fakebook

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Level 2 Tool

No data is shared:

Access to this tool does not require any user to share information about themselves






This information last checked: 10/21/2016





Getting Started 


Fakebook is a tool for writing and presentation.  The site allows users to create a fake Facebook account for a fictional or historical figure.  Users can select to add photos, videos, status updates, friends and more.  If you can do it on Facebook, then you can probably do it on Fakebook.  Click to check out Amelia Earhart's Fakebook page!


Fakebook Example Screenshot

Click on the image to open the sample Fakebook


Learning How 


A help sheet for using Fakebook

Note the first page could be used as directions for students




Ideas for Use


  • biography reports
  • autobiography writing
  • character sketch
  • reports on historical figure 
  • tracking the progress of a character through a story/book 





Provide multiple means of

Representation (Content)

  Students evaluate a Fakebook for accuracy after a unit of study. 

Provide multiple means of

Action and Expression (Product)

      Students keep a profile page of a character or figure they are learning about.   

Provide multiple means of

Engagement (Process)

    Search for a Fakebook about a character or figure you will be studying and use as an introduction to the topic.  


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