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To Build a Fire Journal Rubric
Using details found in Jack London's "To Build a Fire," pretend you are the man who is traveling in the Yukon wilderness. Your piece must: have at least 5 entries (1 paragraph each), trace the change in the man's outlook from beginning to end, establish the relationship with the dog, address at least 3 complications in the plot, use first person POV.
Write a five paragraph essay utilizing five paragraph essay structure.
Paragraph Writing/Student supports ideas in paragraph
A paragraph is a group of sentences developing one topic. This rubric will assess how well students develop the topic and support main ideas within a written paragraph.
The Most Dangerous Game Epilogue
Students pick up where story leaves off to establish whether or not Rainsford's view of hunting has changed since his time with General Zaroff.
Students will write a an original fairy tale using the elements we discussed in class or rewrite a traditional fairy tale giving it a unique twist.
Summer Reading Essay Gr. 7
Essay based on novel read over the summer. Topic is either about a dynamic character or an analysis of the setting.
Write a short analysis of this character using one of the elements outlined above. In one paragraph, explain the character’s relationship, motivation, influence, or conflict. Use evidence to support the explanation. In an additional paragraph, extend this element of the character and connect it to the plot. You may explain something that has happened with the character using your above analysis. You may predict something that will happen to the character using your above analysis.
Creating Your Own Sonnet
The best way to gain appreciation for the sonnet form is to write one of your own. Choose a topic that is import to you and write a Shakespearean sonnet expressing your feelings and thoughts. Requirements: Iambic pentameter for every line Correct rhyme scheme Content-clear subject and story, speaker,tone and message Quatrains/couplets-3 quatrains/1 couplet
The student will perform a recitation of a Shakespearean sonnet focusing on vocal delivery and basic emotional believability
Write an original myth that introduces a new god and the origin of an object in nature, OR introduces a new hero who undertakes a quest.
Students write an ode in praise of any character of their choice from Greek mythology. Poems not only must convey the traits of their character with evidence from the stories, but must include the use of figurative language - simile, metaphor and personification.
Lord of the Flies Graphic Novel
Students will create a graphic novel version of a scene from Lord of the Flies.
Writing a new ending to Lord of the Flies
Students write an alternate ending to the classic novel Lord of the Flies.
Lord of the Flies Soundtrack
Make a CD/Soundtrack with seven songs representing the themes, characters, and symbols from the novel with an explanation for each song choice. Provide the name/artist of each song that you choose and explain rational behind song choice in a written document.
Thesis statement Unit
Rubric for Thesis statement writing lesson, as part of overall 5 paragraph essay writing unit.
Summer Reading Essay Gr. 8
Essay based on novel read over the summer. Topic is either about a dynamic character or characterization in terms of the idea of survival.
6th Grade Elizabethan Diary Project
Students choose a character from London during the Tudor period and creates a diary from that person's perspective.
Quarter 2 Independent Reading Project
Create a game that reflects aspects of the entire novel. The final project should include the main idea, some of the important details and action events from the book in your spaces, and the setting of your book. The name of your game should be the title of your book. Be sure to write the name of the author on the board as well as your own name.
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Independent Reading - Historical Fiction
Create a companion piece for the selected novel that uses visual images to relate the historical backdrop of the novel.
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