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Book Report #_ Student Name Ms. Rackstraw _____ Literature Due date: Presentation dates: Book Report #_ Student Name Ms. Rackstraw _____ Literature Due date: Presentation dates:

Slide 1: Title slide • Name of book • Your name • Class period Slide 1: Title slide • Name of book • Your name • Class period • Date • Picture (internally cite picture)

Slide 2: Author: • Facts about the author (paraphrased) • Other books, stories, etc… Slide 2: Author: • Facts about the author (paraphrased) • Other books, stories, etc… (internal citation) • Picture (internally cite)

Slide 3: Book Info: • # of pages • # of chapters • Copyright Slide 3: Book Info: • # of pages • # of chapters • Copyright date (original publishing date)

Slide 4: Setting • Place & time of main action (specific adjectives used in Slide 4: Setting • Place & time of main action (specific adjectives used in the novel: 2 direct quotes internally cited) • Length of story from beginning to end (a day, a week, a year …) • Importance of setting? (look at the handouts) • Picture (internally cite)

Slide 5: Character Analysis • Name & description • Personality/characteristics • Type of character: Slide 5: Character Analysis • Name & description • Personality/characteristics • Type of character: dynamic, static, foil? • Specific examples/details: 2 direct quotes (internal citation) • Picture (internally cite)

Slide 6: Plot • Brief summary of conflicts and events in the story (paraphrase) Slide 6: Plot • Brief summary of conflicts and events in the story (paraphrase) • Name types of conflict (internal or external& man vs. ___) 2 direct quotes to for conflict (internally cite) • Picture (internally cite)

Slide 7: Quote • Quote from book • MLA (Author’s last name page number) Slide 7: Quote • Quote from book • MLA (Author’s last name page number) • To me this quote means… • The quotes contributes to the… (theme, conflict, tone, mood, characterization) • Picture (internally cited)

Slides 8 -11: Your opinion Use ACE format for each of these (2 direct Slides 8 -11: Your opinion Use ACE format for each of these (2 direct quotes each, internally cite) • This book is significant (not) because… • It made me think about… • It made me realize … • Book rating (excellent, good, fair, poor, horrible) & why

Slide 12: Theme • Theme statement (NOT one word!!) • Significance of title to Slide 12: Theme • Theme statement (NOT one word!!) • Significance of title to theme • 2 Direct quotes (internally cite) • Picture (internally cite)

Slide 13: Song • Choose a song that relates to the protagonist of the Slide 13: Song • Choose a song that relates to the protagonist of the novel. • Discuss/explain in paragraph form HOW the song relates to the character (provide 2 specific examples direct quotes internally cite) • Insert the song so the audience can hear it!

Slide 14: Symbolism • Any objects, characters, or settings that are significant or represent Slide 14: Symbolism • Any objects, characters, or settings that are significant or represent something. Give 2 specific examples---direct quotation (internal citation). • Discuss significance (look at handout for guidance) • Picture (internally cite)

Slide 15: I believe • Is this book realistic or idealistic? Why or why Slide 15: I believe • Is this book realistic or idealistic? Why or why not? Specific examples ---2 direct quotes (internal citation). • Picture (internally cite)

Slide 16 Works Cited • For any outside sources used and for novel itself, Slide 16 Works Cited • For any outside sources used and for novel itself, including pictures, the song etc.

Slide 17: Ending slide Absolutely, completely blank!!! Slide 17: Ending slide Absolutely, completely blank!!!

You must include the following items: • Slide transitions • Effects: Sound and movement You must include the following items: • Slide transitions • Effects: Sound and movement • Different backgrounds • Pictures where suggested • Have a disc/flashdrive with powerpoint, email to me at least two days prior to presentation and print out the slides as “handouts”

Your slides must be legible. During oral presentation, you should make eye contact. Do Your slides must be legible. During oral presentation, you should make eye contact. Do not read from your presentation. Eye contact is important. Volume is important. Visually eye catching and appealing

Observations • Verb tense: present • Check punctuation and spelling • Theme: a. Subject Observations • Verb tense: present • Check punctuation and spelling • Theme: a. Subject b. Message about subject (do not use Spark Notes or any other website for this)

Observations • Character analysis: use adjectives to describe character’s personality; then give SPECIFIC examples/details Observations • Character analysis: use adjectives to describe character’s personality; then give SPECIFIC examples/details to support. • Symbolism: discuss in depth (on your own) • MLA: use internal citations (Author’s last name #).

Model Prezi This prezi was done at a private school, so not ALL of Model Prezi This prezi was done at a private school, so not ALL of the elements are met with this prezi that are required for the prezi for your class. Max Hall George Whitefield Model Prezi