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Ortman's Author PPT

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Miss Ortman's Author Template

Miss Ortman's Author Template

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  • 1. Author’s Name Be sure to include a picture of your author on this slide. By: Your Name Here An Author Study of
  • 2. Author’s Name
    • Date of birth
    • Place of birth
    • Family History
  • 3. Author’s Name
    • Education History
  • 4. Author’s Name
    • Use this slide to report information about your author’s personal life. You may want to include any interesting information or hobbies you find about your author.
  • 5. Author’s Name
    • Novel List
  • 6. Author’s Name
    • Did any of your author’s books win any awards? If so, list the book and the award as well as the year it was won.
  • 7. Author’s Name
    • TEXT-TO-SELF
    • Use this slide to tell about connections you can make between the author or one of the author’s novels and your life.
  • 8. Author’s Name
    • TEXT-TO-TEXT
    • Use this slide to tell about connections you can make between the author or one of the author’s novels and another book you have read.
  • 9. Author’s Name
    • TEXT-TO-WORLD
    • Use this slide to tell about connections you can make between the author or one of the author’s novels and something in the world outside of your life.
  • 10.
    • Novel Report
    • Use this slide to introduce your book report slides. Include a picture of your book on this slide.
  • 11. Main Characters
    • Use this slide to introduce the main character(s). Give a brief description of each character. Also, tell at least one thing you and each character have in common.
  • 12. Setting
    • What is the setting of the story? When and where does it take place?
  • 13. Protagonist/Antagonist
    • List the protagonist and the antagonist of the story.
    • The protagonist is the leading character, hero, or heroine of a drama or other literary work.
    • The antagonist is the adversary (opponent) of the hero or protagonist of a drama or other literary work
  • 14. Main Problem
    • What is the major problem or conflict in the story? Explain in detail.
  • 15. Solution
    • Explain, in detail, the solution to the problem of the story.
  • 16. Text-to-Self Connections
    • Explain some connections that you made from the story to your personal life.
  • 17. Text-to-Text Connections
    • Explain some connections that you made from the story to another book you have read.
  • 18. Text-to-World Connections
    • Explain some connections that you made from the story to something that reminds you of real life.
  • 19. Reflections
    • Reflect on the book. What did you like about it? What did you dislike about it?
  • 20. Recommendation
    • Whether or not you liked the book, others perhaps would. To whom would you recommend this book? What type of person might enjoy this book?
  • 21. Works Cited
    • Use this slide to document all websites, books, encyclopedias, or other resources here. Be sure to cite each source correctly. Use the examples you were given in your informational packet.