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Chapter Book Project
Check each item as you complete it. Choose a chapter book at your level. Use the fivefinger test to make sure that the book is just right for you. My book is __________________________________________________ Written by __________________________________________________ Points: 5 Complete a story wheel about your book. Begin your story wheel here: Characters _____________________________________________________ ______ Setting _____________________________________________________ ___________
. Follow the instructions carefully.Problem_____________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________________________ ___________________ Solution_____________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________________________ ___________________ Points: 30 Choose ONE of the projects below. Book projects will be completed at home. You may use supplies from the classroom or from home. Points: 65 1. WRITTEN BOOK REPORT A. Write the title of the book on the top line and underline it. Skip a line and write the author under the title.
Write additional paragraphs about the main events that happen in the book in the order that they happened. SHOE BOX DIORAMA (model) A. Include details that support your topic sentences. The paragraph should be written so the book sounds interesting enough for someone else to read. Be sure your paragraph has a main idea. 2. Choose your favorite scene from the book. Cut out the shape. Write a summary paragraph about the book. Skip a line. Write a paragraph about your reaction to the book. . D. Draw and color the background or setting of the scene on this paper. B.B. Trace the bottom of a shoe box on a plain piece of paper. C. Make sure it fits into the bottom of the shoe box.
Draw. B. Write a commercial promoting your book.Glue it in the shoe box. Decide what the best thing is about your book. color. but don't give away the ending. You can have up to . The commercial should not last more than a minute. TV COMMERCIAL A. Do this for any other props you would like to add to make your scene realistic. C. Attach Lshaped strips of heavy paper to the back of each character. and cut out characters. Be sure to tell why this book is such a good selection. Glue each character to the bottom of the box. 3.
For this project use a piece of construction paper. Be prepared to give an oral summary of the book. and your name on it. D. 4. BOOK JACKET A. Either film your commercial and turn it in on a USB drive or CD or be prepared to perform your commercial in front of the class. problem and solution. B.three other people in your commercial with you. setting. Then fold each end of the paper in 3 . Turn in your script with the title of the book. the author. C. Fold the paper in half. E. Be familiar with the characters. Please see me for the paper.
write a short blurb that will catch a reader's attention. Be prepared to give an oral summary of the book. the setting. G. C. write a summary of the story in your own words. Draw and color a picture that is appropriate for your book. You should include where the author lives. On the back cover. the author's interests. write a short paragraph about the author. On the front inside flap. and the main events of the story. On the front cover. who the main characters are. and other good books written by this author. Write: Book Jacket by: ______________ D. Include what genre this book this is. On the back inside flap.1/2 inches to make the inside flaps of the book jacket. . write the title and the author of your book. F. E.
.Be familiar with the characters. problem and solution. setting.