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Introduction to Biographies

By Lauren Ayube

A biography is an account of someone’s life that is told by someone else. It can be about a famous person or about an ordinary person who has done interesting things. They are a great way for kids to learn about elements of nonfiction, organization, research, and expository writing. It is also fun to learn about someone who has made a difference!


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Creating a biography poster is a fun way to show everything you've learned about the person you researched.

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  • Steve Jobs
  • ThemeSteve Jobs was truly an inspiration, as a speaker, innovator, inventor, CEO, and businessman. He pushed himself and believed in his ideas and products; he never gave up. Steve was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2003, and fought hard for 8 years, proving that he was strong and determined.
  • Childhood and EducationSteve Jobs was born on February 24, 1955 in San Francisco, CA and was adopted at birth by Paul and Clara Jobs. The family moved to Mountain View, California when Steve was young, and he went to Reed College in Oregon. A bright student, but often bored in school, Steve got in trouble a lot for playing pranks on others. He dropped out of college and got a job making video games for Atari.
  • Feb. 24, 1955 - Oct. 5, 2011
  • AccomplishmentsSteve and his childhood friend, Steve Wozniak, began making computers in Jobs' garage and formed Apple Computer, which went public in 1980. When IBM designed the PC, it was much cheaper and Apple sales began to decline. Steve took the blame for this and resigned in 1985. He started his own software company called NeXT, and also purchased a graphics company that he renamed Pixar. In 1997, Apple purchased NeXT from Jobs, and help them with new products such as the iPod and the iPhone.
  • Family LifeSteve's biological parents were Joanne Schieble and Adbul Fattah Jandali. They wanted to get married but it was not allowed. In 1991, Steve married Laurene Powell Jobs, a successful business woman. The two had 3 children together; a son named Reed and two daughters, Erin and Eve. Steve also had a daughter from a previous relationship.
  • Interesting FactsHe traveled to India after high school and almost became a Buddhist monk.He is known for always wearing a black turtleneck, Levis jeans, and sneakers.He did not meet his biological sister until he was 27.Fortune magazine named him as the "greatest entrepreneur of our time."He made Pixar a huge success!

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