Call me old-fashioned - it won't change my mind. I still delight in memes and how students can share their sense of humour with a meme.
It's not only students' sense of humour; just like a make believe tweet expressing what they learnt in class (i.e. an exit ticket as a tweet), a meme can also be used at the end of a lesson or at the end of a week and/or theme. Additionally, creating a meme doesn't take too much time, isn't challenging and most of all, it’s fun.
I have mentioned memes before and here are some more ways for learners to create their own meme as well as a bit of background on memes.
Some tools to create memes include:
Kapwing Meme Generator - a free online image, GIF, and video meme maker.
Make a Meme - by uploading your own image; or, if you wish to use one of the images suggested Make a Meme
imgur - generates memes and has its own daily meme.
quickmeme and memeois for iOS devices.
Then there is adding that extra bit of motion to a meme.
If you would like to create a GIF:
Playing with Images
Adding Magic to Images
Visual Libraries - Free Images
Do You Have Visual Swag?
Proverbs & Quotations with Visuals
Free Images for the Classroom
Learning Visually with Themes
What is a Meme?
What's in a Meme?
10 Best Meme Makers Online (Free to Use)
Digital Delights - Images & Design - memes