Book Report – Due January 8th

Project: Create a Comic Book. You can turn your book, or part of it, into a comic book, complete with comic-style illustrations and dialogue bubbles. Rubric: Presentation –12pts. – It must be pleasing to the eye and easily understood. The pictures actually look like the actual objects. Dialogue – 12pts. – It must have spoken words and the event/s must be understandable. Conventions -- 12pts. – This is a form of formal presentations; there should be no convention, nor spelling errors, including the compound sentence. Fun – 12pts. – You must have fun with this. Project: Create a Glossary and Word Search. First write a general overview of the book. Each student creates a glossary of ten or more words that are specific to a book's tone, setting, or characters. The student defines each word and writes a sentence from the book that includes that word. Then the student creates a word search puzzle that includes the glossary words. Rubric: Word Search –12pts. Glossary – 12pts. – Ten or more words that are specific to a book's tone, setting, or characters. Conventions -- 12pts. – It must be pleasing to the eye and easily understood. The directions are clear. This is a form of formal presentations; there should be no convention, nor spelling errors, including the compound sentence. General Overview – 12pts. – What happened in the book, briefly (about a paragraph). Creative: Be Creative! #1: I must be able to understand that you’ve read the book. It is your job to prove it.

Book Report – Due January 8th
Project: Create a Comic Book. You can turn your book, or part of it, into a comic book, complete with comic-style illustrations and dialogue bubbles. Rubric: Presentation –12pts. – It must be pleasing to the eye and easily understood. The pictures actually look like the actual objects. Dialogue – 12pts. – It must have spoken words and the event/s must be understandable. Conventions -- 12pts. – This is a form of formal presentations; there should be no convention, nor spelling errors, including the compound sentence. Fun – 12pts. – You must have fun with this. Project: Create a Glossary and Word Search. First write a general overview of the book. Each student creates a glossary of ten or more words that are specific to a book's tone, setting, or characters. The student defines each word and writes a sentence from the book that includes that word. Then the student creates a word search puzzle that includes the glossary words. Rubric: Word Search –12pts. Glossary – 12pts. – Ten or more words that are specific to a book's tone, setting, or characters.

Conventions -- 12pts. – It must be pleasing to the eye and easily understood. The directions are clear. This is a form of formal presentations; there should be no convention, nor spelling errors, including the compound sentence. General Overview – 12pts. – What happened in the book, briefly (about a paragraph). Creative: Be Creative! #1: I must be able to understand that you’ve read the book. It is your job to prove it.

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