Independent Novel Study Projects 6R
Each term, in addition to our in-class novel, you are responsible for one independent novel study project. The projects have been divided into two groups: List A projects are primarily visual, and List B projects are more about writing. You must select one (from list A or B) project each term to pass in. The Term Two project must come from the project list you did not use in Term One. In Term Three the only requirement is that it is a project that you have not done before. Make sure to check out the evaluation Rubrics to see what needs to be included in each project.
List A: (Include
a summary with these.)
1. Create an illustrated map indicating the locations of the important events in the story. Each location should have a small illustration and a caption to identify each and explaining the significance of that place.
2. Construct a diorama ( three dimensional scene which includes models of people, buildings, plants and animals) of one of the main events of the book. Include a written description of the scene.
3. Make a mobile about the story that has at least 5 items. Include a written description of each item.
4. Make a wanted poster for one of the characters in the book. Include the following: (a) a drawing, (b) a physical description, (c) a list of the character’s “crimes” (d) other important information.
5. Create a book cube. Cover a square box with paper. On each of the four sides illustrate and describe the following from your story: important characters, setting, problem or conflict, solution to the conflict. Use the top of the square to write the book’s title and author.
|Due dates:||My Project|
|Term one:||November 4, 2016|
|Term two:||March 2, 2017|
|Term three:||May 18, 2017|
List B: Minimum length 250 words. (These
do not require a separate summary)
1. Complete each of these eight ideas with material growing out of the book you read: This book made me wish that ..., realize that ..., decide that ..., wonder about ..., see that ..., believe that ..., feel that ..., and hope that... ., why you would or would not read another book by this author.
2. Write an obituary, using obituary format, for your character assuming that he / she lived to an old age.
3. Make a table of contents for your novel. Create a title for each chapter together with a one line description of what happens in that chapter. (can be less that 250 words)
4. Pretend you are one of the characters in the novel. Write at least five diary entries explaining events that occurred in the novel.
5. You are going to be the MC at a banquet honouring the main character in your novel. Prepare a speech that introduces the character, describes the award being presented, and explains why he / she deserves this special recognition.
Check out Evaluation Rubrics