First Quarter Narrative Book Report
Our first book report will be a fiction book report. Students should start choosing a fiction chapter book at their reading level that has NOT been turned into a movie. They should also begin reading it. The book report will be assigned the day that the Create a Country project is due, and students will have three weeks to complete it.
This quarter students will complete the paper bag book report. They will choose a narrative chapter book and complete the activities from the rubric. They have to choose their book and get it approved by Mrs. Church no later than FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2012. Once they have done this, it is time to move on to reading and working on the book report.
Project Assigned: Monday, October 1, 2012
Project Due: Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Mrs. Church will happily supply the large paper bag. :-)
Please read the following rubric to be sure what this book report needs to include.
|Turned in on due date 10/23/12 (-5 points for each day late.)||/10|
|Correct format (A large paper bag with a summary on the front of the bag.)||/10|
|Title and author of the story on the front of the bag.||/5|
|Summary content– It has 3 paragraphs telling what happens at the beginning, middle and end of the book. (Beginning includes the problem or goal and end includes the solution.)||/20|
|Grammar– This includes complete sentences with capital letters, punctuation and sentences that make sense. (Each error is -2 points.)||/10|
|Pictures– At least 5 pictures (illustrations or photos) from the story on the bag. There should be at least one picture of each of the following: characters, setting,problem, solution and one free choice.||/10|
|Captions– There is one caption with each picture describing what the picture is or what is happening in the picture.||/10|
|Items in the bag– There are at least 3 items in the bag that go along with, or relate to the story in some way.||/15|
|Presentation– This means presenting my book report to the entire class. This includes being able to present it without having to read it word for word from the bag. It also includes speaking loudly and clearly enough for everyone to hear. (PRACTICE THIS AT HOME!)|
*Pictures cannot be photocopied directly from the book. You may NOT use a book that has been turned into a movie. Be sure it is a fiction, narrative book. Enjoy!