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March Book Report

March Book Report

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Published by: Jesse Franzen on Feb 08, 2010
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Book Report – March 12 –
Please choose one of the following:Paper:
Write a scene for the book you read that could have happened but didn't. Explain theplot and how the new scene would change the outcome of the book.2 pages, double spaced or more.
Rubric:
Voice – 25pts – Did you emulate the author well?Ideas – 12pts – Do you convey the main thoughts of the book?Conventions – 12pts – did you follow common writing conventions, especially theexamples we covered on grammar days.
Project:
Imagine that you are a book-cover designer and create a book jacket for the book youread. Follow the conventions of the book-cover design: Include the title and author onthe front cover as well as an illustration that capture an important aspect of the book.On the back cover, include an interesting blurb that piques the reader's interest.Remember, many book purchases are made based on the cover design.
 Also write areflection on what you did for the design and why you think it is important 
.
Rubric:
 
Voice
-- 25pts – Was it uniquely the speaker? Did the art emulate yourpersonal style?
Organization
– 12pts – Did you explain your plan and purpose in the reflectionpaper?
Presentation
– 12pts – Is it pretty?
Creative: Be creative!
#1: I must be able to understand that you’ve read the book. It is your job to prove it. Abook review is
not 
creative.
Book Report – March 12 –
Please choose one of the following:Paper:
Write a scene for the book you read that could have happened but didn't. Explain theplot and how the new scene would change the outcome of the book.2 pages, double spaced or more.
Rubric:
Voice – 25pts – Did you emulate the author well?Ideas – 12pts – Do you convey the main thoughts of the book?Conventions – 12pts – did you follow common writing conventions, especially theexamples we covered on grammar days.
Project:
Imagine that you are a book-cover designer and create a book jacket for the book youread. Follow the conventions of the book-cover design: Include the title and author onthe front cover as well as an illustration that capture an important aspect of the book.On the back cover, include an interesting blurb that piques the reader's interest.Remember, many book purchases are made based on the cover design.
 Also write areflection on what you did for the design and why you think it is important 
.
Rubric:
 
Voice
-- 25pts – Was it uniquely the speaker? Did the art emulate yourpersonal style?
Organization
– 12pts – Did you explain your plan and purpose in the reflectionpaper?
Presentation
– 12pts – Is it pretty?
Creative: Be creative!

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