List the changes that have happened on the page (Non-Fiction Only)
Copy down all the numerical facts you have found (Non-Fiction Only)
LIST ALL OF THE TEXT FEATURES YOU FOUND ON THIS PAGE. CIRCLE THE HEADING. DESCRIBE THE DIAGRAM. EXPLAIN WHERE YOU WOULD FIND THE TABLE OF CONTENTS OF A BOOK. FIND A LIST IN THE BOOK - WRITE DOWN THE LIST AND GIVE IT A TITLE Write 6 facts for the text. Who is the author?
Which part of the text could be improved and why
Did the book have an expected ending? Why or Why not?
Who would you recommend this book to? Explain your reasons
Can you identify one problem in the book and give a different solution?
Do you agree with the actions of the main character? Why/Why not?
List the characters from most important to lease important so far
Score the book out of 5 stars, explain your rating
What do you think the character of the book was doing before the book was written?
What part would you change in the story, and why?
Using information from the book about one of the main characters, rewrIte the ending of the book.
Write another short story using the same characters.
Name one character. Rewrite the story from this character's point of view.
Write a poem about this book.
Organize this book into three or more sections and give your own subtitle for each section.
Design a poster for this book.
Pretend you are a librarian recommending this book to someone. Write a paragraph telling what you would say
Make an eight section comic strip with captions showing the main events of the story
Make a radio announcement to advertise the book. Write it out.
repare a book jacket that illustrates the kind of book as well as the story
Design costumes for the characters
The climax of any book or story is the exciting or interesting part. Tell what you think is the climax of the book and why.
Choose an interesting character from your book. Think of what his/her dislikes are; then think of a gift you would like to give him/her. Design a greeting card to go along with the gift in which you explain why you gave that gift.
Identify one problem in the book and give an alternate solution one not given by the author
Create a recording pretending to interview one of the characters from the book on their experiences. Write questions and their answers OR work with a partner. Record the interview on Ferrite or Garage Band