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Guidelines One project per quarter Different project each quarter One quarter MUST be book report frame Each project worth 30 points, all use same rubric Minimum number of pages for book is 100 Counts on log when finished Due date will be posted, may hand in early May do a second project for a different book for extra credit (same due date as first project)
Project Choices Index Card Summary Book Report Frame Book Review (several choices) Story Map (several choices) Letter Oral Presentation Storyboard Flipbook Beginning-Middle-End 4 Scenes Cube
Index Card Summary Use 5 x 8 index card Front Title, author, your name 2 paragraph summary (character, setting, problem, solution, ending) Tell how story ends Back 2 paragraph review Include opinion, recommendation, questions, thoughts
Book Report Frame Fill in the blank style book report Rough draft and final version will be on teacher page REQUIRED
Book Reviews Option 1 Small sheet of paper Includes: title, author, brief summary (4 -5 sentences), rating, and reason for rating You may only use the space provided Option 2 Fill-in-the blank worksheet Use complete sentences
Book Review (option 1)
Story Maps Various to choose from Complete according to individual directions ALWAYS use complete sentences
Letter Address to me Paragraph 1 Write a short summary of your book. Discuss the setting, characters, and plot in approximately six sentences. Paragraph 2 Write a short review of book (compare/contrast to another book, make a recommendation, explain how the title fits the book, explain why you did/didn’t like it, etc. ) Use appropriate closing
Oral Presentation Prepare a 2 -3 minute presentation to share in front of the class. Include: title, author, summary, and opinion of book. Summary should include character, setting, problem, solution, ending. Speak loudly and clearly. Use good. eye contact You may use notecards.
Storyboard Tell your story in 6 -8 steps. Include title and author. Each step should have at least 4 sentences and a colored picture (drawing ability will not affect your grade). Make sure you include information about character, setting, problem, solution, and ending.
Flipbook Tell your story in 5 steps. Include title and author. Each step should have at least 4 sentences and a colored picture (drawing ability will not affect your grade). Make sure you include information about character, setting, problem, solution, and ending.
Beginning-Middle-End Tell your story in 3 parts: beginning, middle, end. Each part should contain a 2 paragraph summary that is written in paragraph form using a minimum of 5 complete sentences for each paragraph. Summary should be descriptive, contain specific details from the text, and retell the entire story using only essential details (character, setting, problem, solution OR who, what, when, where, why, how). Each part should contain a colored illustration that matches the text.
4 Scenes Share your favorite scenes from your book. Make sure they are in chronological order. Each scene should contain a colored illustration and a 3 -4 sentence caption for each illustration. Captions should be written in complete sentences and should be descriptive.
Cube Using a cube template, give the following information about your book: Title, author, your name Character Setting Problem Solution Ending Except for title side, write in complete sentence form. Be descriptive. You may add color/pictures as long as it does not interfere with the text. Assemble you cube CAREFULLY.
Once project is turned in…. Once you have turned in your quarterly project, you may do any of the following for any remaining books you read that quarter: Do a second project for extra credit (by same due date) Complete six questions on back board/teacher page Online Reflection (on teacher page) ALL BOOKS READ COUNT ON LOG REGARDLESS OF HOW YOU RESPOND TO THEM