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Book Report – Due November 6th

Paper:
Write a diary that one of the story's main characters might have kept before, during, or
after the book's events. Remember that the character's thoughts and feelings are very
important in a diary.
• This must be typed, two pages long, and double spaced.
• Use specific events from the book.
• Have fun.
Rubric: Voice – 25pts – Did you emulate the character well?
Ideas – 12pts – Do you include specific events from the story?
Conventions – 12pts – Did you follow common writing conventions, especially
the examples we covered on grammar days.
Speech:
Dramatize a scene from the book. Write a script and have several rehearsals before
presenting it to the class. You can do this on an individual basis or in pairs.
Rubric: Voice: 12pts – Was it uniquely the speaker? Did you portray the characters of
the book well?
Ideas: 12pts – Could the audience tell what actually happened in the story?
Notes: 12pts – Are your notes legible and organized?
Time constraints: 12pts -- Was your presentation more than three minutes,
and less than five minutes? (If you plan on going longer, please consult me)
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 November 6th


Paper:
Write a diary that one of the story's main characters might have kept before, during, or
after the book's events. Remember that the character's thoughts and feelings are very
important in a diary.
• This must be typed, two pages long, and double spaced.
• Use specific events from the book.
• Have fun.
Rubric: Voice – 25pts – Did you emulate the character well?
Ideas – 12pts – Do you include specific events from the story?
Conventions – 12pts – Did you follow common writing conventions, especially
the examples we covered on grammar days.
Speech:
Dramatize a scene from the book. Write a script and have several rehearsals before
presenting it to the class. You can do this on an individual basis or in pairs.
Rubric: Voice: 12pts – Was it uniquely the speaker? Did you portray the characters of
the book well?
Ideas: 12pts – Could the audience tell what actually happened in the story?
Notes: 12pts – Are your notes legible and organized?
Time constraints: 12pts -- Was your presentation more than three minutes,
and less than five minutes? (If you plan on going longer, please consult me)
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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