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T Quarter 4 Book Report

T Quarter 4 Book Report

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Book Report – Due May 28th –
Please choose one of the following:
Paper:
Think about a character from the book you read. List ten items that the character might take with them to a deserted island. Thenexplain why, based on information in the novel, the character would choose those articles and what they reveal about him or her.2 pages, double spaced or more.
 Rubric:
Voice – 25pts – Did you represent the character well?Ideas – 12pts – Do you convey the main thoughts of the book?Conventions – 12pts – Did you follow common writing conventions, especially the examples we covered ongrammar days.
Project:
Make a travel brochure advertising the setting of the story.
 Rubric: Organization
– 25pts – Does it show the essence of the story in a way that is easily understood? At least an 8 x 11inch size piece of paper, folded twice, with all blocks filled with information.
Presentation
– 12pts – Is it pretty? Clean, professional looking without eraser marks (typed or nicelyhandwritten). Use the entire paper, front and back; there should be no large empty spaces. Usemages/graphics, statistics, facts, etc.
Citation
– 12 pts – Did you cite your sources on any wording or photos that are not your own?
3. Multiple Short Reviews:
Write
 five
half-page summaries of the section of the book you just finished. Each summary should be two weeks apart, beginningNovember 6th.
 Rubric
:Requirement 12pts Do you have 5 entries spaced two weeks apart?Ideas – 12 pts -- Do you include specific events from the story?Voice – 12 pts. – Do you create the mood of the story in your writing?Conventions – 12pts -- Did you follow common writing conventions, especially the examples we covered on grammar days.
4. Creative:
Be Creative!
#1: I must be able to understand that you’ve read the book. It is your job to prove it, and areview is
not 
creative.
Book Report – Due May 28th –
Please choose one of the following:
Paper:
Think about a character from the book you read. List ten items that the character might take with them to a deserted island. Thenexplain why, based on information in the novel, the character would choose those articles and what they reveal about him or her.2 pages, double spaced or more.
 Rubric:
Voice – 25pts – Did you represent the character well?Ideas – 12pts – Do you convey the main thoughts of the book?Conventions – 12pts – Did you follow common writing conventions, especially the examples we covered ongrammar days.
Project:
Make a travel brochure advertising the setting of the story.
 Rubric: Organization
– 25pts – Does it show the essence of the story in a way that is easily understood? At least an 8 x 11inch size piece of paper, folded twice, with all blocks filled with information.
Presentation
– 12pts – Is it pretty? Clean, professional looking without eraser marks (typed or nicelyhandwritten). Use the entire paper, front and back; there should be no large empty spaces. Usemages/graphics, statistics, facts, etc.
Citation
– 12 pts – Did you cite your sources on any wording or photos that are not your own?
3. Multiple Short Reviews:
Write
 five
half-page summaries of the section of the book you just finished. Each summary should be two weeks apart, beginningNovember 6th.
 Rubric
:Requirement 12pts Do you have 5 entries spaced two weeks apart?Ideas – 12 pts -- Do you include specific events from the story?Voice – 12 pts. – Do you create the mood of the story in your writing?Conventions – 12pts -- Did you follow common writing conventions, especially the examples we covered on grammar days.

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